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“The Wiregrass” Sweet Read

61-8chGXLXL._SX323_BO1,204,203,200_Reminiscent of lazy summer days, right down to the flip-flops, The Wiregrass is a delightful read.  Author Pam Webber has captured the innocence of childhood and those undefinable moments when awareness begins to shift.

Nettie and her cousins congregate every summer at the small town home of Ain’t Pitty, who aids and abets the children in their mischievous plots, much to the chagrin of the locals.  This season, though, things are not quite the same.  Dangerous forces threaten.

Nettie, for one, will never be the same after this year’s events on the Wiregrass.

A great summer read, or for anyone wanting to awaken the nostalgia of simpler times.

 

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V.J. Knutson

Writer, avid reader, former educator, and proud grandmother, currently experiencing life through the lens of ME/CFS. Words are, and always have been, a lifeline. Some of the best adventures, I'm discovering, take place in the imagination.

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