I recently got to review The Truthful Story, a book set in the 1960s that celebrates the bond between a grandmother and granddaughter, explores what happens when industry encroaches on a rural lifestyle, and encourages women to listen to their intuition.
When Genny’s Nannie dies mysteriously in the Lowcountry river she’s
loved and lived near all her life, Genny and her family are heartbroken. Genny sees and hears Nannie, and works to understand why she died and what it had to do with the nearby industrial property.
It was a well-written book, one that has a memorable story and a satisfying conclusion. I enjoyed reading it!