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"Kaye Park Hinckley's novel, A Hunger in the Heart, is a story of hope, forgiveness, and redemption. It's a great read in the tradition of southern fiction."
Winston Groom, Author of Forrest Gump and Shiloh, 1862
"Kaye Park Hinckley is a writer with a sensitive ear and a keenly developed sympathy for her characters. Her debut novel, A Hunger in the Heart, marks the beginning of a promising career in the world of fiction.
Mark Childress, author of Georgia Bottoms and Crazy in Alabama --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
KAYE PARK HINCKLEYs fiction has appeared in several literary journals, including Dappled Things and the Tuscany Press Prize-Winner Short Story Anthology. Her own short story collection, Birds of a Feather, will be available in July, 2014, published by Wise Blood Books. She is the 2014 First Runner Up in Fiction for Poets & Writers Magazine's Maureen Egen Award for her latest novel, Faithful. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
A Hunger in the Heart is the kind of book which is hard to put down because of the masterful dialogue. Read morePublished 6 months ago by E.M. McCarthy
The lives of the characters are relatable and real. The author really understands human emotions and portrays an understanding of the human psyche that is void in many of today's... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Stephanie Mundell
Great book. Kaye's writing sings with literary southern flavor, just the thing I love to stumble upon.Published 15 months ago by Michelle
I loved this book. I laughed; I cried. The dialogue was so authentic, I could literally hear the conversations. Read morePublished 16 months ago by terese
I thoroughly enjoyed reading A Hunger in the Heart. Kaye Park Hinckley has a very engaging writing style and I especially appreciate the way she illustrates the grace given to her... Read morePublished 16 months ago by WB Henley
This novel explores familial relationships after the trauma of war. It demonstrates the redemptive power of love. It delineates the underlying heart of ambivalence. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Prindaville
This book was difficult for me to trust entirely. I kept waiting for the other shoe to fall. And it usually did. What else could happen? We found out. Oh, help! Read morePublished 21 months ago by Mary Margaret Hewes
There is the returning injured veteran - there are addictions - there is racism and a child must learn to cope and grow up with these.Published 21 months ago by Sarah J Lee