Book Review of In High Cotton by Ane Mulligan

I am so happy to share with my readers the wonderful heart-warming story of In High Cotton by my friend and fellow ACFW writer Ane Mulligan. I have read several of her other books, and I believe you will agree with me that this is the best one she has written so far. Her voice comes through loud and clear in this story set during the depression era in the small town of Rivers End, Georgia.

Her characters are those you would love to meet and live with, and that is what you feel like you are doing as you share their troubles and triumphs. The main character is Magnolia, nicknamed Maggie, a general store owner who is also a writer of household hints and is also working on a book. She is surrounded by her son Barry (seven going on eight), and her sister Duchess and several other friends who prove to be true and loyal, unlike her father-in-law and a few other characters.

This book has so many twists and turns, but I don’t want to ruin the surprises for the readers, so will let them read and enjoy this adventure for themselves. So hold onto your hats and prepare for the ride of your life!

And be sure to return on August 4th for a post from the author herself and a way to leave a comment to win a copy of this amazing book!


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