Hill Towns is a classic novel of remarkable emotional power, insight, and sensitivity from Anne Rivers Siddons, whose books live on the New York Times bestseller list and in the hearts of millions of her adoring fans. One of the acknowledged masters of contemporary Southern fiction—the author of such phenomenally popular works as Nora, Nora; Outer Banks, Islands; and Sweetwater Creek—Siddons carries the reader from the mountains of Tennessee to the breathtaking Tuscany countryside as she brilliantly chronicles the unraveling of a marriage. Pat Conroy (The Prince of Tides) says, “She ranks among the best of us,” and Hill Towns is the proof.
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``Americans behave badly in Italy,'' observes a perspicacious character in Siddon's ( Colony ) latest, an evocative, gothic tale of the dark ties binding a long-married couple. Cat Gaillard's life wasJun 28 1993 | Read Full Review of Hill Towns
HILL TOWNS Anne Rivers Siddons (HarperCollins, $22) Since her parents were killed by a car while making love on a bridge, Catherine Gaillard has cloistered herself high on a Tennessee mountain, always able to ''know what was coming.'' In a surge of bravery (and after years of therapy), a middle-a...Jul 16 1993 | Read Full Review of Hill Towns
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