This is my stop during the book blitz for The Waltz of Devil's Creek by Justine Carver. The Waltz of Devil's Creek is a new standalone historical fiction book set in 1947.
This book blitz is organized by Lola's Blog Tours. The book blitz runs from 26 October till 8 November. See the tour schedule here.
Genre: Historical Fiction
Age category: Adult
Release Date: 20 October, 2020
Judith Campbell is dying, and she cannot take the painful truth about where her son came from to the grave with her. While on her deathbed in Atlanta, Georgia in 1994, Judith tells him the tragic story of his conception, and which of two men his birth father could be: the young man who professed his love to her, or the pastor who assaulted her.
Set in the Deep South in 1947, The Waltz of Devil's Creek digs into the dark crevices of racism and women's rights during a heated political climate in an era of segregation. Combined with Judith's lack of social stature, and at a time when reporting sexual assault was unheard of, every injustice is stacked against her from the very beginning.
But there is a light in Judith's young life: her best friend, Joseph Bird, who has loved her since childhood. Joseph stands up for Judith when no one else will and proves that even in the darkest of times, a light is always burning.
You can find The Waltz of Devil's Creek on Goodreads
You can buy The Waltz of Devil's Creek here:
- Barnes & Noble
About the Author:
Justine Carver was born and raised in the Southern United States on a heavy dose of creek-wading, lightning-bug-catching, and Saturday morning cartoons. She is a full-time writer, all-the-time reader, and every now and then, she pulls her head out of the clouds long enough to remember how much better it is up there.
You can find and contact Justine Carver here: