A Southern Season: Four Stories from a Front Porch Swing
Cate Barton receives the terrible news about her mother from her brother, Lincoln. Not directly, mind you. No, he told her husband Eric in an early morning phone call that cancer had claimed their mother’s life.
They fly to Memphis where not her brother but an old friend picks them up at the airport.
This story, lovingly-told, probes the grief and heartache and Southern traditions that surround a funeral—with some surprises along the way.
Great images take readers on a journey, allowing them to see and experience events along with the characters.
I loved how the author took me to a Southern funeral with Southern expressions of grief. The emotional adventure transported me back to times when I was overwhelmed by my own grief.
Well-written! I will look for more stories by this author.
-Sandra Merville Hart