July Read of the Month: “Parade of Horribles,” by Rhett DeVane

Reviewed by Donna Meredith Once again, Rhett DeVane captures the essence of life in a small southern town in Parade of Horribles, the seventh installment in her beloved Chattahoochee series. DeVane mines the debilitating nature of fear and the need to forgive in this deeply appealing novel. Jake Witherspoon, familiar to readers of DeVane’s earlier […]

“Secondhand Sister,” by Rhett DeVane

Reviewed by Donna Meredith In Rhett’s DeVane’s latest novel, Secondhand Sister, Mary-Esther Sloat may be down on her luck, but that’s about to change when she flees hurricane-ravaged New Orleans for a new life and sanctuary in North Florida. The hospitality of newfound friends and family soon envelops her—and this sixth novel in the beloved […]

Meet Rhett DeVane, Author of Mama’s Comfort Food

     Author Rhett DeVane discussed her recent release, Mama’s Comfort Food, with SLR contributor Donna Meredith. We’re pleased to share part of their conversation with you.      SLR: Why did you choose a woman facing breast cancer treatment as your focus for this third novel in the Chattahoochee series?        RD: I’ve lost one dear friend […]

Mama’s Comfort Food, by Rhett DeVane

Mama’s Comfort Food By Rhett DeVane Reviewed by Peggy Kassees Click to Buy      “The secret to outliving cancer is positive living . . . I didn’t mean to think positive; I meant to live in a positive way.”  That’s an excerpt from Mama’s Comfort Food, by Rhett DeVane. Smooth as whipped butter, sweet as […]