NOTHING GOOD COMES FROM STINKING CREEK
Alone, again, after the death of her fiancé,
Alone in a demanding crowd, Delia Mae McGuffrey lives for God, her husband, her family, and the congregation of her husband’s church. Stifled by rules, this pastor’s wife walks a fine line of perfection, trying to please them all. Now an atheist Yankee, who moved in across the road, needs her, too.
Two women. Two problems. Each holds the key to the other’s freedom.
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About the Author
Her interests vary as much as the Tennessee weather-running, bassoons, jazz, stained glass and, of course, writing. She's a transplant from New York who now lives in the hills of East Tennessee with her husband and overactive Springer spaniel.
She is the president of ACFW Knoxville and the secretary of the Authors Guild of Tennessee.
In her "free time" she teaches life skills in the local jail and supervises student teachers for WGU.
A freelance editor and former acquisitions editor for the Les Stobbe Agency, Peterson is a member of ACFW and ACFW Knoxville.
Freelance cover artist and former cover designer for Desert Breeze Publishing.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
With a unique voice, McClain creates colorful characters around an enjoyable plot line. She brings out the cultural difference between North and South in an entertaining manner, also accented by the contrast between an atheist and a pastor's wife. Two women from two very different worlds land next door to each other and both learn valuable life lessons. Truly enjoyed this book and loved the ending...brought me to tears. A copy of this book was provided for an honest review.
As someone in living in New York it was interesting to see the differences in culture and attitude, At first I had a hard time with some of the different southern wording, but once i understood it, it was a very fun read. To see the change and follow the change in the main character was funny and entertaining. A definate must read!!! A copy of the book was provided to me for an honest review and i am glad I got a chance to read something out of my usual genre, and it was worth every page.