Unto These Hills by Emily Sue Harvey

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"A subtle tale deep with character and southern atmosphere to die for. Emily Sue Harvey has a sure touch and strong voice. She's a talent to watch."
– Steve Berry, New York Times bestselling author

"Unto These Hills is strong in its characterization and Emily Sue Harvey captures the humor and heartbreak of Southern Culture. The scenes are real and the emotions deep. A wonderfully readable novel."
– Kay Allenbaugh, bestselling author of Chocolate for a Woman's Soul

"Emily Sue Harvey creates a strong Southern voice, vibrant characters, and a story that moves us from commonplace life to the brink of emotional destruction and back to salvation."
– Gwen Hunter, author of Ashes to Ashes

Unto These Hills is an unforgettable novel of love, scandal, family, and roots by one of the most emotionally authentic authors of our time. Taking us into the deep South's Tucapau Mill Hill, it introduces us to the unforgettable Sunny Acklin. Betrayed, abandoned, and violated, Sunny faces one seemingly insurmountable challenge after another. But she never loses her spirit or the memory of the love that once so richly illuminated her world. As years go by, Sunny does everything she can to make something of her life until at last an opportunity arises, one charged with promise...and undeniable risk.


From its vivid evocation of mill hill life to its pitch perfect rendering of the complexities of family and relationships, Unto These Hills is at once epic and intensely intimate. It is the richest novel yet from a writer who fluently speaks the language of our deepest feelings.
 

About Emily Sue Harvey

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Emily Sue Harvey is a past president of the Southeastern Writers Association. She has contributed to several volumes in the bestselling "Chicken Soup" and "Chocolate for Women" series and has published articles in multiple venues. She is the author of the novels Song of Renewal, Homefires, Space and the novella Flavors . She is the mother of grown children and lives with her husband in South Carolina.
 
Published November 1, 2011 by Story Plant, The. 442 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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