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Set in modern day Mississippi, the book is interwoven with recollections and memories of the 1930s South.
The story is told from multiple characters points of view, so you get a well rounded perspective from the lovable characters as well as not so lovable ones.
Either way, this book is most definitely worth a read, and I thoroughly loved it, finishing it within a day!
Captivating, revealing and enlightening. Held my attention with every page. Emotional story that shows the value of friendship and strength of characterPublished 3 months ago by Walter Wickham
This book was fantastic. Very well written & realistic. It had a resemblance to the Help, but was different in enough ways that it was great.Published 3 months ago by stew
I enjoyed this story so very much. I fell in love with "The Girls" and could not wait to see what next Tuesday's adventure would bring. Read morePublished 5 months ago by DeltaEducator
This book was selected for our monthly bookclub. It was a great read about relationships and friendship amoung women. Read morePublished 6 months ago by R Survant
What a great book!!! I thoroughly enjoyed reading this. Have gotten a few other books to read from getting interested in this form of writing that weaves history with romance.Published 9 months ago by Bernice A. Lewis
This was such a great read! I enjoyed it because I know the area and I love visiting there. Hope there will be more to come from this author.Published 9 months ago by Carol
can't wait to get the book to read - highly recommended by a friend after reading 'yellow crocus' and 'the kitchen house'
please send the book my way
catfish alley was simply amazing, I so loved all the chracters gracie, addie, roxanne, jr,billie so many others... Read morePublished 11 months ago by anu shaheed
If you like The Help, you'll enjoy Catfish Alley. The characters are well developed and the story is quite compelling, dealing with delicate subject matter. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Barbara J. French