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In an emotionally rich and captivating new novel, New York Times bestselling author Marie Bostwick reunites three sisters whose deep bond is rooted in an unconventional past.


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Elaine Hussey


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Elaine Hussey | Journey to The Sweetest Hallelujah
July 31, 2013
It has been an incredible ten-year journey to THE SWEETEST HALLELUJAH. The story first  Read More...

Pseudonym for Peggy Webb.

Peggy Webb of Tupelo, Mississippi, writes the hilarious Southern Cousins Mystery series starring Elvis, the basset hound who thinks he's the King of Rock 'n' Roll reincarnated. This prolific author pioneered the romantic comedy genre and is the author of many beloved romances, including the Donovans of the Delta series. She is bringing her classic romances back as eBooks. Her beloved Touched by Angels and A Prince for Jenny landed in the top ten ebook bestsellers. Her Dixie Virgin Chronicles will be available in the fall of 2013.

Though Peggy says she was born with a funny bone, she also writes literary fiction as Elaine Hussey and Anna Michaels. Pat Conroy describes her work as "astonishing" and Kirkus Review calls it "poetic and beautiful." The Sweetest Hallelujah, written as Elaine Hussey (MIRA, July 30, 2013) follows the remarkable journey of two courageous women who dare to cross color lines in 1955 to save a child. Kirkus Review says the book will inevitably be "compared to The Help."

To learn more, visit her websites.

 

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Books:

The Oleander Sisters, August 2014
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The Sweetest Hallelujah, August 2013
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