Take a look at this endorsement for my new novel, SUNDAY'S ORPHAN!
...is just plain excellent. Through its acuity of expression, emotional and psychological insights, and the unfolding of characters, it allows us to enter an historical period--the Jim Crow South--that is critical to understanding racism today. This is imaginative work that hits home.
--Jeremiah Conway, PhD
Set on the barrier islands off the coast of Savannah, Georgia Sunday's Orphan recounts three days of unprecedented events in July, 1930 during the Jim Crow era. Family intrigue, utopian attempts to live in peace, and profound love drive the characters in Sunday's Orphan.