SINS OF THE 7TH SISTER: A Memoir of the Gothic South

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

An outrageous memoir that recounts what must have been a spectacular year—1929—in Elkins, West Virginia, when murder, mayhem, the KKK, castration, anti-Semitism, and adultery all collided in view of Curtiss, who was then seven years old.And who, 75 years later, apparently remembers every sordid detail. Fellatio begins on page 2, and there is little let-up in the action from that moment forward ... Read full review

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User Review  - Dawnmarie Helin - Goodreads

This is certainly on my list of most entertaining reads. This saga of southern family values (as twisted as they can be) mixed with history, ambition and scandal was a really fun read. Follow the life ... Read full review

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