CAROLINA MOON McCorkle's fifth novel (and sixth book, including a fine collection, Crash Diet, 1992) is a narrative gem that emanates dramatic heat, southern-gothic light, and an uncanny emotional wisdom. The sixtysomething heroine, Queen Mary Stutts Purdy, called Quee, has just opened a smoking rehab in her house in Fulton, North Carolina, a little town ``halfway between the river and the ocean.'' This is the
Review: Carolina Moon Such a quiet story--makes you wonder how quiet books like this get published when everyone in the publishing industry says they don't want quiet stories! This was my first Jill McCorkle book. Looking forward to reading more.
Review: Carolina Moon okay story with interesting characters
Review: Carolina Moon Very strange plot and characters.
Review: Carolina Moon Couldn't finish this boring book.
Review: Carolina Moon Just about the time this book became interesting, it was over. This was a very light read and would have been so much more enjoyable if the story had revealed its twist much earlier.