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BarcodeT0755000368336
LocationSSBML
TitleThe saints of Swallow Hill : D
AuthorEverhart, Donna
Call NoLP EVE
CollectionLarge Print

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LP EVET0755000368336Available
LP FIC EVE50927000262660Due on 8/22/2022

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International Standard Book Number 1638082839 (hardback : alk. paper) : $37.95
International Standard Book Number 9781638082835 (hardback : alk. paper) : $37.95
Dewey Decimal Classification Number 813/.6 23/eng/20220110
Personal Name Everhart, Donna
Title Statement The saints of Swallow Hill : Donna Everhart.
Imprint Thorndike, Maine : Center Point Large Print, 2022.
Physical Description 510 pages (large print) ; 23
Physical Medium large print rda
General Note Includes author's note and discussion question
General Note Regular print version previously published by Kensington Publishing Cor
Summary, Etc. "During the Great Depression, wretched labor camps crop up in remote areas of the expansive pine forests throughout the American South. Destitute workers live and toil under terrible conditions to harvest pine gum, hacking into tree trunks, drawing out the sticky sap that gives the Tar Heel State its nickname, and hauling it to stills to be refined into turpentine. Subsistence living means racking up huge debts they are forced to work off, creating an endless cycle of labor and debt. But for the most desperate among America's vast unemployed, these camps are often the last and only option. This much is true for the individuals whose lives intersect in the deep woods of Georgia at the Swallow Hill turpentine camp in 1932. For Rae Lynn Cobb, a young woman disguised as a man, Swallow Hill offers distance and anonymity from those who would wrongly imprison her for killing her kind, though careless, husband. For a charming bachelor named Del Reese, it's a place where backbreaking work might drown out memories of a recent trauma that's shaken him to his core. But Swallow Hill is no easy haven. The squalid camp is ruled by a sadistic boss named Crow and the greedy commissary owner Otis Riddle, a man who takes out his frustrations on his browbeaten wife, Cornelia. As Rae Lynn forges a deeper friendship with both Del and Cornelia, she begins to envision a path out of the camp."-- Provided by publishe
Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Depressions Georgia 1929 Fictio
Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Disguise Ficti
Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Labor camps Georgia History 20th century Fictio
Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Large type boo
Subject Added Entry - Geographical Term Georgia Social conditions 20th century Fictio
Index Term-Genre/Form Historical fiction
Memorials Flo McGuire. Elaine Harry & George Luman.

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