"Family secrets to be unearthed and old grudges to be forgiven."
"Dramatic, dark, and full of secrets."
"Check out this book if you love family stories told with Southern flair!"
Family is forever... until it's not.
Alice Matins is dead. With the passing of this Mississippi matriarch, estranged sisters Maggy and Quinn collide over the course of Alice's wake and funeral amidst a motley band of gossiping church ladies and feuding gravediggers.
As storm clouds gather, the two women unbury secrets from their past involving Quinn's husband that could resurrect their once-strong sisterly bond. But he has secrets of his own.
The Gravedigger's Guild examines the indelible ties of sisterhood and the complicated legacy we leave behind.
Sibling drama. Southern wit and wisdom. Adult second chances. And love that grows and evolves over lifetimes.
|Publisher:||Susan E. Farris|
|File size:||475 KB|
About the Author
Sweet stories with a Southern twang.
Susan E. Farris is a Mississippi author and poet with a passion for local stories and a deeply held belief that a cup of tea solves many of life's problems. Her favorite local places often appear in her stories and poems- along with her favorite foods!
When she's not wrangling words on the page, she loves to garden, play board games, or snuggle up with her three cats and two dogs while appreciating her husband’s amazing cooking skills.
Other works by Susan E. Farris include The Gravedigger's Guild (fiction) and Heartwork (poetry).