“...truly inspiring and uplifting without ever being preachy or didactic. A real page turner with very strong characters.”- (--Lee Smith, author of The Last Girls )
From the Publisher
"Having done a lot of literary work in one of the poorest counties of eastern Kentucky, I know the world of this novel. Michael Morris has captured the hardscrabble world of the marginalized and dispossessed to a 'T.' The depiction of abusive relationships is very real, as is the friendship, camaraderie, and strength among women. This novel is truly inspiring and uplifting without ever being preachy or didactic. A real page turner with very strong characters."-Lee Smith, Author of Saving Grace
"In words both simple and eloquent, Michael Morris writes of the people he knows with honesty and compassion. His style is worthy of comparisons to fellow Southern writers Larry Brown and Lee Smith."-Tim McLaurin, Author of The River Less Run
"Michael Morris is a born writer who learned his craft by living. He knows that story comes first. Try putting this one down!"-Janice Daugharty, Author of Like A Sister
"A Place Called Wiregrass is a powerful story of saving grace, cherished friendship, and gritty survival. You'll read it and cheer. This is a great book!"-Lynne Hinton, Author of Friendship Cake --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.