Copyright Bonnie Stanard
The road to Westfall plantation is a showcase of beauty, but in the distance are the slave quarters, barely habitable hovels. Owner Tilmon Goodwyn credits himself with the benevolent care of his family and slaves, but little does he know of the venom hidden in their acts of obedience
World War II novels of a girl saying goodbye to childhood
we see her growing responsibility
her passion for something other than an ordinary life
a combination of heartbreak, loss, and redemption
unsparing and absorbing
a captivating read
What Missing Means
— a strong protagonist
— pitch perfect dialogue
— an honest perspective
— draws on all the senses
This captivating and well-researched story will resonate with you long after reading the final page.
Gritty and unsparing, this is an absorbing, well-paced read,
sure to please a wide variety of readers.