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In High Cotton

By Ane Mulligan


While the rest of the world has been roaring through the 1920s, times are hardscrabble in rural South Georgia. Widow Maggie Parker is barely surviving while raising her young son alone. Then as banks begin to fail, her father-in-law threatens to take her son and sell off her livelihood—the grocery store her husband left her. Can five Southern women band together, using their wisdom and wiles to stop him and survive the Great Depression?

Book Takeaway:

Family isn't always just the one into which we're born. Sometimes it's the family we choose.

Why the author wrote this book:

I've long admired the feisty Southern women who survived the Great Depression. I felt they deserved their own story.


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