Mary Morony, Author of Apron Strings, Done Growed Up and If It Ain't One Thing
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James W. Cunningham

James W. Cunningham

… What I like best about the story, however, is the sense of place and time that ever so subtly seems to be catalyst, if not cause, of the decline of Joe, Ginny, and their marriage. And of course, you know that I remember how palpable race was every day in every way in the pre-Lyndon Johnson South of my childhood and adolescence. It really is wonderful how different your portrayal of black-white relations is from any other book I’ve read.

James W. CunninghamUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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