It’s not history when you’re still living it
Between the years 1940-1970, more than five million African-Americans left the South. Edward and Algie Clover of Dublin, Georgia, along with their three daughters and Algie’s mother, joined that great migration. Arriving in Dayton, Ohio just before the decade that changed civil wrongs into civil rights, they would witness history, but never allow it to get in the way of living.
To Handcuff Lightning is the first book in the Clover Family Series.
The characters are believable, with funny moments, drama and a family secret. TO HANDCUFF LIGHTNING will have a sequel and I'm filled with anticipation to see how each woman changed
in the era of the 60s.
This book had me, hook, line and sinker from the first chapter... easy reading about down-home truths can be the best!
Sistahs A Book Club, Atlanta