Sweeping up Glass by Carolyn Wall


A novel about mothers and daughters, racial prejudice and the power of secrets in the 1930s American South. Olivia Harker grew up in brutally-segregated Depression-era Kentucky, but spent her time with her black neighbours. Now a grandmother, Olivia finds that her past threatens her family, her community, and her life.


Book Information

Format: Paperback

Published: 2009

Category: Historical Fiction, Mystery Crime

Publisher: Quercus

Pages: 320

Dimensions: 175 x 110 x 20mm

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