The Cook's House

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Set in the rural Mississippi Delta of the 1950s, The Cook's House is the story of a privileged white boy growing up with the synergism of his family, his small community, and a colored lady, the cook. As a boy would, he took for granted her kindness and the richness of her wisdom. She was his unconditional champion and became a lifetime companion in his heart.
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Words: 11,110
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301783557


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.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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