Trouble the Water

American

Author: Nicole A. Seitz

Set in the South Carolina Sea Islands, Nicole Seitz’s second novel follows the stories of two sisters. One is seeking to recreate her life yet again and learns to truly live from a group of Gullah nannies she meets on the island. The other thinks she’s got it all together until her sister’s imminent death from cancer causes her to re-examine her own life and seek the heali….Read More

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