The Street Singer

The Street Singer

by Kathleen Neely

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ISBN-13: 9781522301295
Publisher: Pelican Book Group
Publication date: 02/22/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 316
File size: 935 KB

About the Author

Kathleen Neely is an author and former elementary school principal. After growing up in Pittsburgh, PA, she and her husband Vaughn moved to sunny South Carolina. Together they have three handsome sons, one lovely daughter-in-law, and two incredible grandsons. She is a member of Cross N Pens and ACFW, and a first place winner in Almost An Author’s Fresh Voices Contest. You can find her at

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The Street Singer 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous 5 hours ago
The Street Singer” by Kathleen Neely is what one might consider “redemptive fiction”. The main character, Trisha, develops into a lady who is no longer controlled by those around her, but free to live an abundant life. As she reaches out to Adeline, a victim in so many ways, both of their lives are tremendously redeemed. “God doesn’t waste our scars!” The settings of Asheville, NC and Greenville, SC make this book even more appealing, since I live in that area. There is intrigue, love, humor, and a host of other emotions as the story unfolds. A must read for any who rejoice in seeing what was meant for evil used for good! Pam Erwin
Laura Boehm 5 hours ago
This is my first novel by Kathleen Neely, so I was not sure what to expect. What I found was a delightful read. Trisha’s quest to help Adeline had me cheering on the sidelines. Such a wonderful journey of finding hope that was lost. Being from Greenville, SC I enjoyed the references to places that I am familiar with in both Greenville and Asheville. I was given the opportunity to have an advanced copy for an honest review and I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I am looking forward to reading more of Kathleen’s novels in the future.
LarriM 6 hours ago
If you're looking for a delightful read to hold your interest, you'll find it in Kathleen Neely's "The Street Singer." It was a quick read I finished in an afternoon, though the subject matter and Southern characters had depth. The story took several unexpected twists, and I found myself grinning as I read the banter between characters. And even though I laughed aloud a few times, what surprised me most was when I was moved to tears at a key moment of the story; so I give this novel high marks for evoking those emotions. What sets 'The Street Singer" apart from other novels is the characters. They resonated with me to the point I have thought of them, and found myself wondering what they would be doing today. This author has made her characters come to life, and I love that fortuitous gift. (I received an advanced copy free of charge and was not required to leave a positive review. I loved this novel so much, I purchased it as gifts for some of my friends & family. If it becomes available in paperback, I will be adding to my bookshelf. It will be enjoyable reading again.)
Tea4Thee 7 hours ago
The Street Singer is a beautifully crafted novel grounded in southern roots. The author delivers an enjoyable story with memorable characters, like Trisha, Rusty, and Adda. Their relationships are endearing. Curl up, pour a glass of sweet tea, and travel to Pap's farmhouse, a place you'll never want to leave. (I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review. I admit to not being a die-hard fiction reader, but I finished this book in two nights simply because it held my interest. I couldn't wait to see what happened to the characters and I wasn't disappointed.)