...a page-turner of a novel as gripping as it is harrowing. -- Tony D'Souza, author of Whiteman and The Konkans
...about a grown up Huck Finn...All together, a rich mix for fiction readers... -- Betsy Rider, The Williamsport Sun-Gazette, Williamsport, Pennsylvania
I enjoyed reading the book a great deal...it would adapt well as a...TV movie. Very well done! -- Liz, Booksville Literary Review
From the Publisher
Larry Kimport, a native of north-central Pennsylvania, uses this setting for his novel, A Small Harvest of Pretty Days
. This tender love story is a first person narrative told through the voice of an older woman, Clara Waltz, and opens as she relates the events of her twenty-ninth year, when she and her illegitimate daughter, Emma, lived as domestic help to a prominent Pennsylvania family in 1890.