(pub. 2002)
A mix of the con­tem­po­rary inter­views, in the moment sto­ry telling, and lit­tle bits from news­pa­pers make an inter­est­ing way of telling a story.
Much of the sto­ry is nar­rat­ed by Nin­ny Thread­goode — a woman who mar­ried in the to the Thread­goode fam­i­ly. She’s not exact­ly an unre­li­able nar­ra­tor but she has her own per­spec­tive on things. Oth­er parts of the book are told in the present tense as the action hap­pens over the course of the years. Con­tin­ue reading