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Pam Webber's The Wiregrass

About Pam Webber:

Pam Webber is the best-selling author of The Wiregrass and Moon Water. These award-winning novels were selected as Editor’s Choice by the Historical Novel Society (HNS) and Read of the Month by the Southern Literary Review. To date, her third novel, Life Dust, has earned five-star reviews from the Historical Novel Society and Pam is a family nurse practitioner in internal medicine, an avid traveler, and a nature lover. She and her husband, Jeff, live and work in Winchester, Virginia.

The Wiregrass

Book Genre: Historical Fiction

About The Wiregrass

Reminiscent of the stories and styles of Harper Lee, Sue Monk Kidd, and Jan Karon, Pam Webber’s The Wiregrass ​is ​an extraordinary tale about a magical time in an ordinary place full of lovable and unlovable characters. Infused with laughter, tears, love, loss, and hope, the story follows fourteen-year-old cousins Nettie, J.D. Eric, and Sam as they navigate the summer of their discontent, struggle with the physical and emotional turbulence of puberty and disappearing childhood, feel the excitement of first love, and run for their lives ​after they uncover an evil secret hidden in the shadows of the small town they love. Their story promises to stay with you a lifetime.

Stephanie Barko, Literary Publicist

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