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Tallahatchie (Southern Fiction) (Volume 1) Paperback – June 28, 2016
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William F. Brown is the author of eight suspense novels available exlusively on Kindle
Tallahatchie is a complete surprise. In fact, it is a series of delightful surprises and laugh-out-loud moments, with just enough sentimental touches and shocking realities of life in the Mississippi Delta to leave me wondering if this writer has any limits at all. It’s a comfortable, feel good, thoroughly entertaining book that will have the Southern reader nodding in recognition and all others shaking their heads with bemusement. You will laugh and you will cry, sometimes all in the same paragraph, or even the same sentence! And the only ‘battles’ within these pages are those taking place in the parking lot of an old furniture factory when a disgruntled employee decides it’s time to confront his inept, arrogant, demanding, and very bigoted boss, or in a Tunica hotel room when the buxom, past-her-prime secretary sets her sights on a passionate weekend with our very reluctant hero.
In short, I absolutely loved reading Tallahatchie, and I’m betting you will too. Which doesn’t mean I’m not also looking forward to the day when Rick DeStefanis returns to Viet Nam with another war book.