Booknews**** Reprint of the Doubleday Doran edition of 1929 which is cited in BCL3. New introduction by Dan H. Doyle. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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As a student of Southern history, 'Mamba's Daughter' served to delight and intrigue me. I was assigned this to read as a class assignment for SC history, and i typically don't enjoy fiction read with a historical slant, but this book drew me in and i couldn't put it down until i finished reading in one sitting. The vivid details of old Charleston are so welcome and inciteful. Great storytelling from one of SC's great forgotten authors.