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a division of F+W Media, Inc. Table of Contents. If a writer can attribute a book to anything except imagination and the desire to write, I have to acknowledge my family.

a division of F+W Media, Inc. My grandmother and mother taught me by example what it means to be strong, and my father showed me what it means to love. And late at night, while I wrote, it was the soft whisper of my mother’s voice that shaped the story.

I have now read enough of Carolyn Haines to finally figure out why I keep coming back for more. Her plot lines often have holes or take needless twists and turns that frustrate me to no end, but her characters never disappoint. Haines develops such real, 3-dimensional, tortured characters. This novel was perhaps the best example of that with Mattie Haunting, dark, chilling. I finished this book late at night and will admit I had a hard time getting to sleep after. Yet, I thoroughly enjoyed it.

Elizabeth Maslow is an educated woman living in the isolated town of 1920's Mission, Alabama. The next charming mystery from Carolyn Haines featuring spunky southern private investigator Sarah Booth Delaney

Elizabeth Maslow is an educated woman living in the isolated town of 1920's Mission, Alabama. She's defied the town's definition of a woman's place-she's unmarried and given birth to a child with webbed hands and feet. The next charming mystery from Carolyn Haines featuring spunky southern private investigator Sarah Booth Delaney. Dr. Frank Hafner is an archeologist working on excavating a new-found Native American temple site in the Mississippi Delta. He's also too handsome for his own good, and a bit of a flirt.

Carolyn Haines (born May 12, 1953 in Hattiesburg, Mississippi), who uses the pseudonyms . Chesterton, Caroline Burnes, and Lizzie Hart, is a prolific mystery author and former journalist specializing in mysteries set in the Mississippi Delta. Haines is the daughter of Roy and Hilda Haines, both journalists. Haines grew up in Lucedale, Mississippi, and graduated from high school there in 1971

The Deep South never gets any deeper than 1920s Jexville, Mississippi, of Carolyn Haines novel Touched.

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Carolyn Haines Wishbones The eighth book in the Sarah Booth Delaney series, 2008 For John and Judy Adams-my talented friends ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Growing up in Lucedale, Mississippi, I had several advantages, but one of the biggest is that my family told stories. My mother, father, and grandmother were all accomplished creators of tall tales, spun out with pace and drama. The eighth book in the Sarah Booth Delaney series, 2008. For John and Judy Adams-my talented friends.

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Comments: (7)

I love many of the C. Haines books, but this isn't one of them. If you want to be depressed about life, people, relationships, and just about anything else, you will love this book. Her writing is very descriptive, and, as many of the reviews said, you can feel yourself in the location. However, it is not a good feel. I made it through more than half of the book, then gave up and read the ending. I am very glad I didn't torture myself reading the rest of the book. I would love to see Ms. Haines write in this genre but with a happier story.
I haven't enjoyed a book this much in a very long time! This is a period piece about a small town in 1920's Mississippi. I fell in love with all the main characters, expecially Mattie, who is the the storyteller and main protagonist. Others have written a synopsis, so I won't. However, I can tell you this. I was mesmerized by the characters, totally engrossed in the story to the point that I read this novel almost non-stop for 3 days while sick (I could have finished it in a day if I would have been able to read it uninterrupted). Do yourself a favor and read this book. You will not be sorry. Excellent read by an excellent author. I look forward to reading Summer of the Redeemers now.
I have to say, I’ve read many of Carolyn Haines novels and Touched is by far my favorite so far. I was right there with Mattie - totally engrossed in this book from start to finish. The main characters are rich and well thought out and even those that were in the background were there for a reason. No fluff at all in these pages - I would recommend this to anyone who loves a good Southern Mystery. Well done Carolyn Haines!
Touched is a novel of small town Mississippi in the 1920's. The humid, atmospheric setting is invaluable to the novel. The narrator is a young girl who was sold to an older man as his bride. Their relationship is at first violently abusive. As the story progresses, relationships change, lives change, the town itself changes. It is a wonderful look at the best and worst of humanity. Carolyn Haines is a fabulous writer. Her characters become part of your life. What a gift!
From the very first chapter I knew this book was going to keep me up at nights, because I wasn't going to want to put it down. Carolyn Haines did not disappoint! The characters were all very interesting and instantly came to life for me. It was hard to find a place to stop and put the book down for the night as the plot twists and turns kept me wanting to know more. My imagination was brought to life picturing what each character looked like and what each scene looked like as I was able to travel with them as an observer of their lives. I am excited to read more of Ms. Haines work as her writing style is very pleasing and enjoyable. Well done.
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An intense and riveting story. As much as I love the author's Sarah Booth Delaney series; this book was impossible to put down. What I wouldn't give for her to write a sequel to this one.
Loved this book! Engaging and colorful...Carolyn Haines at her best!
I love Carolyn Haines!!! Especially when she writes in this genre. I do enjoy the Sarah Booth Delany books as well, but it is like comparing a fine wine to Kool-Aid!
When the author writes in this genre it is always tough, life then was never "pretty" or easy, yet she counters it with characters who are gracious.
The only critism was the ending, a bit too abrupt. Or perhaps I just did not want it to end??
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Author: Carolyn Haines
ISBN: 0747213917
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Contemporary
Language: English
Publisher: HEADLINE BOOK PUBLISHING (July 4, 1996)
Pages: 342 pages