The Long Road Home

The Long Road Home

by Millie Ledford Lee
The Long Road Home

The Long Road Home

by Millie Ledford Lee



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In the summer of 1952, American is in the midst of the Korean War and Eisenhower is running for president. But these events are far removed from the Appalachian-Mountain world of Fern Creek and the Spurlock family.

Coralee, a devoutly religious woman has her soul in the church; Jasper her alcoholic, mean-as-a-snake husband has his heart in a jug of moonshine; and JC their music-loving grown son has his head in the clouds. Surrounded by the beauty of the Appalachian Mountains they are caught in a vortex of hope for something better. Then the local minister is dismissed for sexual misconduct, Jasper comes up with a get-rich-quick gambling scheme, and JC returns home with dreams of playing guitar for Hank Williams.

Following disappointment, heartbreak and lots of soul searching, they find their way back after traveling down the long road home.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016045061
Publisher: Millie Ledford Lee
Publication date: 01/18/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 256 KB

About the Author

Millie Ledford Lee was born in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains at Cranks Creek, Kentucky in Harlan County.

Because of her Southern roots, most of Lee's stories are set in the South. Along the way, she has published novels, short stories and essays, and been a finalist in and won numerous writing contests.

Her short story, "A Song for Addie" segued into her Southern novel "The Long Road Home" and "Trailer of Dreams" was a finalist in the Mainstream/Literary Short Story category of the 80th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition.

Southern novels by Lee:
"Innocent Heart"
"Banjo on My Knee"
"The Long Road Home"
"Good Country People" Southern short stories

Western historical romance:
"Sweet Deception"
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