Over the next few days, I will be recommending several books that I read this year and that I believe you will like, too. These books will make absolutely thoughtful gifts also, and I invite you to follow my links below to read my reviews in their entirety.
Today I am showcasing author S. K. Nicholls.
“Red Clay and Roses” by S. K. Nichols is an honest look into the joys and ruthless realities of life in the Deep South during the 1950s and 1960s. The novel predominantly delves straightforward into lust, rape, murder, criminal abortion, lies, adoption, denial, and love, and particularly how race and gender relations intermingled within those ruthless realities of life.
You can read my full book review here by following this link —> Red Clay and Roses Book Review by Susan Marie Molloy.
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