Summary

Remembering the past can be like buying a return ticket for a train you aren't sure you want to board.
Rocking away on her peaceful front porch, Betty Grafton receives sad news which forces her to relive the darkest moments of her life. Surrounded by her family, a captive audience hanging onto her every word, she weaves the tale of how an unlikely and controversial friendship shaped her into the woman she is today. Exposing her own mistakes, fears, and soul deep heartbreak, Betty shares the hard truth about growing up in the South in the 1960's.
Though the years have blown by with hurricane force, the ache in her heart feels fresh. The threat of harm still chills her to the core. Yet the joy of friendship continues to sustain her.
©2015 Danielle Stewart (P)2015 Danielle Stewart
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By Price family on 17-10-17

amazing!

Truly speechless! Trust me in saying that doesnt often happen! I won't say anymore except you must read this book...

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FLowers in the snow 5Rate

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By Debbie on 20-10-15

Carolina in the 60s

One of the best stories about life in the south during the perilous times of 60s, the riots, demonstrations and segregation. Well written, with great compassion and understanding . . . and thought about the ignorance which led to the violent acts and hatred by the KKK . . . one of the most shameful and sad times in American history. Told from a most personal view point, Flowers in the Snow, is a beautiful testimony of what only a few people of great conviction and great love can do . . . with many unexpected twists and turns, it will fill you with sadness, joy and hope . . . I can't wait for the next in the series . . .

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By Rhonie on 11-08-15

Amazing

Tears and tears.....I loved this book. It was from a time in my life that was dark and painful. With what we are seeing today it saddens me that things have not changed as much as some of thought and hoped for. Thank you for a wonderful book.

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