Blood in the Low Country: A Tension-Filled Family Saga Of Betrayal
Blood in the Low Country, the first of the Atkins Family Low Country Sagas, tells the story of a southern family living in Charleston, South Carolina in 1973. The book follows the lives of Monty Atkins, his wife Rose, and their sons Eli and Walker. Rose's childhood is plagued by poverty, abuse, and tragedy. Determined to prove she's better than her past, she relentlessly pushes her sons to succeed in proper Charleston society. When Rose's oldest son Eli, the product of her first, failed marriage, is accused of murdering his girlfriend Kimberly, Rose fears losing everything. Monty believes his son is innocent and hires a detective to find the killer. But when the murderer is revealed, Monty's marriage and everything he holds true are tested. Can Monty and Rose save their family and confront Rose's demons? Only time will tell. A story of love, faith, and redemption, Blood in the Low Country is a must-read for fans of Southern family sagas.