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Low Country
Low Country
Author: Anne Rivers Siddons
Caroline Venable has everything her Southern heritage promised: money, prestige, a rich husband--and a predictable routine of country-club luncheons and cocktail parties. Caroline is the chatelaine of a magnificent home, hostess to her husband's wealthy friends and prospective clients, and the official "one-woman welcome wagon" for young, eager ...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780060176167
ISBN-10: 0060176164
Publication Date: 1998
Pages: 290
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 36 ratings
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback, Audio Cassette
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Helpful Score: 3
An easy to read story. I found that I cared about what happened to these characters, which is a great thing!!
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Helpful Score: 2
Wow! This is a fabulous story, full of larger-than-life characters and wonderful settings.
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I love all of Anne Rivers Siddons' books about the south, especially in the low country. This is another wonderful, engrossing special story.
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Helpful Score: 1
One of Anne Rivers Siddons great Lowcountry books. Will Caro lose the island and home she always thought of as invincible?
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Compelling story telling about a southern heroine.
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This was a wonderful story and I enjoyed hearing how the story unfolded. It's was a good substitute for TV.
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This is my second Siddons book, and this is very different from the last, which was Nora, Nora. I was expecting the same level of sappiness here, and was prepared to just list it unfinished. But this story had a lot more maturity to the characters, and the plot itself. Not a new plot: husband in financial trouble and wife finds out he has been lying to her, discovers that he is about to sell something precious right out from under her, hears these things from another man, a mysterious, handsome man...
But Debra Monk reads this book with such skill that I was drawn in and found myself sitting in parking lots or in my driveway, just to hear where they were all going next. I could feel the air, smell the land and water, see the wild ponies, hear the Gullah talk.


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