Ghost swamp blues
Nothing is black or white in the murky town of Alderman, North Carolina, no matter how much the human and ghostly residents of Idyllic Grove Rice Plantation would like it to be. Weaving together the threads of three women rooted by life or death to this haunted Southern landscape, Ghost Swamp Blues pulls the reader into the layers of racism, family loyalties, and hidden relationships that intertwine as naturally as the kudzu that covers the trees where the Swamp Sirens sing.
White River Press
Race relations -- Fiction, North Carolina -- Fiction, Race relations, North Carolina
Creative Writing | Fiction
Herring, L. (2010). Ghost swamp blues. https://aura.antioch.edu/facbooks/14