The Cook's House: A Seeming Tale to a Southron

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In the 1950s rural Mississippi Delta, young Albert Sidney McClanahan stands on the cusp of manhood. Yearning for answers to life’s eternal mysteries, he turns to Lucy, his family’s colored cook, for comfort and wisdom. Despite the gulf between them, imposed by race and culture, Albert and Lucy form a bond of love and affection that can never be spoken, only remembered in the fullness of time. More
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Review by: Jill Byrne on April 24, 2013 :
It was a very interesting book; I actually couldn't put it down. I wish it had gone on further but I got the general idea of life amoung the rich and of the poor in the South during that time period. It was very well written. The author should continue to write as he was indeed an excellent writer.
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