"Return with THE FIDDLER to a time when aunts and uncles were just additional parents, when you could drowse in a porch swing, listening to murmurs of old tales. Dale Meador has created these folks who surely did live, love, laugh, work, worship, and raise their families here. You may already know them … just by other names." Corrynne Clements More
"You can smell a campfire and food cooking for travelers as they talk of music and strum the chords of old and new songs. The story is an enriching experience and gives the reader a peek at times when honor was truly in vogue and character counted. This is the second work of author Dale Meador. As in his first, “Along Dusty Roads,” his keen eye for the nuances of southern living paint word pictures as vividly as any author I’ve ever read. When one can read a book and smile with the story and those who inhabit it, that’s time well spent. I loved it."
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