Heavenly Days

Heavenly Days

James Wilcox


Over the process two decades and 8 novels, James Wilcox has proven himself as essentially the most specific and cherished voices of the South, a comic book grasp whose paintings has been praised through writers as varied as Robert Penn Warren and Anne Tyler. From Modern Baptists to Plain and Normal, he has charted the collision of the stubbornly genteel outdated South with an international of franchise foodstuff and ethnic range, as time-cherished manners and mores threaten to fade thoroughly. In Heavenly Days—his first novel in 5 years—Wilcox returns to the typical panorama of Tula Springs, Louisiana, and introduces Lou Jones, a sweetly hapless heroine attempting to come to phrases with a lifestyle for which she is completely unequipped.

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