D’Leaux Mississippi: Life from Moss to Tuckertown – Book Review

Step into the mind of Cecil McRae, into the Piney Woods of Mississippi, and experience her world as she sees it. From awkward adolescence to womanhood, she lets you follow her journey while colorful characters shine, spin, and tumble in and out of her life like shards of glass in a kaleidoscope. It is hard to take your eye off the show, and in the end, you’ll be left wanting more. A friend of mine, Cecil George Brown, wrote a delightful “novel in stories” and I had the privilege to read an early copy.

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