Southern Heat Review

This is a story of Charleston only a lowcountry writer could tell. He knows the city’s dark secrets and he exposes them one by one: the hopelessness of life in the inner city, the heartlessness in the city’s response, the rot at the core of the aristocracy, the way money holds the city’s machine in thrall. But he doesn’t leave us in the mire. He creates bright, shining characters in a newspaper owner to whom the truth is the bottom line, a reverend who lovingly tends his flock, a reporter who works for the love of the story, and his hero, a private investigator in love with his ghosts. This book is a movie waiting to happen.


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