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Other Books in Series
This is book number 2 in the Lowcountry Tales series.
- #1: Sullivan's Island (Lowcountry Tales #1) (Paperback): $17.00
- #3: Isle of Palms (Lowcountry Tales #3) (Paperback): $9.99
- #4: Shem Creek (Lowcountry Tales #4) (Paperback): $17.00
- #5: Pawleys Island (Lowcountry Tales #5) (Mass Market): $8.99
- #6: Return to Sullivans Island (Lowcountry Tales #6) (Compact Disc): $39.99
- #8: Folly Beach: A Lowcountry Tale (Lowcountry Tales #8) (Compact Disc): $44.99
- #9: Bulls Island (Lowcountry Tales #9) (Compact Disc): $39.99
New York Times bestselling author Dorothea Benton Frank evokes a lush plantation in the heart of modern-day South Carolina—where family ties and hidden truths run as deep and dark as the mighty Edisto River....
Caroline Wimbley Levine always swore she’d never go home again. But now, at her brother’s behest, she has returned to South Carolina to see about Mother—only to find that the years have not changed the Queen of Tall Pines Plantation. Miss Lavinia is as maddeningly eccentric as ever—and absolutely will not suffer the questionable advice of her children. This does not surprise Caroline. Nor does the fact that Tall Pines is still brimming with scandals and secrets, betrayals and lies. But she soon discovers that something is different this time around. It lies somewhere in the distance between her and her mother—and in her understanding of what it means to come home....
About the Author
Dorothea Benton Frank was born and raised on Sullivan's Island in South Carolina. She was the New York Times bestselling author of numerous novels, including Sullivan's Island, Plantation, Pawleys Island, Shem Creek, and Isle of Palms.
Praise for Plantation
“Effortlessly evokes the lush beauty of the South Carolina Lowcountry while exploring the complexities of family relationships…Readers will enjoy immersing themselves in the lives of these deftly drawn, heartfelt characters.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review)
“Filled with entertaining characters and lots of humor.”—The State (Columbia, SC)
“Think Terry McMillan meets Rebecca Wells by way of the Deep South and you’ll be barking up the right bayou.”—The Mirror (UK)