The Sisters of Glass Ferry

The Sisters of Glass Ferry

*EDITORS CHOICE* Historical Novel Society SIBA Okra Pick, Fall 2017 Longlisted for the 2018 Southern Book Prize Spanning several decades and written in an authentic voice both lyrical and wise, The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a haunting novel about small-town Southern secrets, loss and atonement, and the unbreakable bond between siblings. Glass Ferry, Kentucky, is bourbon countr *EDITORS CHOICE* Historical Novel Society SIBA Okra Pick, Fall 2017 Longlisted for the 2018 Southern Book...

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Title:The Sisters of Glass Ferry
Author:Kim Michele Richardson
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Genres:Fiction
ISBN:1496709551
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:262 pages pages

The Sisters of Glass Ferry Reviews

  • Tonya
    May 26, 2017

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

    From Kentucky?s finest Southern storyteller, Kim Michele Richardson returns following (2016) GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and (2015) Liar's Bench with her latest gripping mystery (her best yet), crime thriller: THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY ?Rich in character, strong family bon...

    Some books start off in a way that makes you just know that this book will work out very well. And, this beginning of this book with Flannery visiting her mother on her birthday and it's the twentieth one since Flannery's sister Patsy went missing. And, still, her mother expects that s...

    MY REVIEW OF ?THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY? by Kim Michele Richardson ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? by Kim Michele Richardson is an emotional and captivating novel. ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? is published by Kensington Publishing Corporation and will be out November 28,201...

    Let me just say, any time Kim has a book come out, I don't even need to know what it is about. Just yes please! The best writing ever! Pure pleasure! Twin sisters. Flannery and Pasty, one went missing the night of prom and so the story begins. We go back and forth between 1972 and 1...

  • Patty
    Nov 05, 2017

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

    From Kentucky?s finest Southern storyteller, Kim Michele Richardson returns following (2016) GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and (2015) Liar's Bench with her latest gripping mystery (her best yet), crime thriller: THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY ?Rich in character, strong family bon...

    Some books start off in a way that makes you just know that this book will work out very well. And, this beginning of this book with Flannery visiting her mother on her birthday and it's the twentieth one since Flannery's sister Patsy went missing. And, still, her mother expects that s...

    MY REVIEW OF ?THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY? by Kim Michele Richardson ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? by Kim Michele Richardson is an emotional and captivating novel. ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? is published by Kensington Publishing Corporation and will be out November 28,201...

    Let me just say, any time Kim has a book come out, I don't even need to know what it is about. Just yes please! The best writing ever! Pure pleasure! Twin sisters. Flannery and Pasty, one went missing the night of prom and so the story begins. We go back and forth between 1972 and 1...

    In 1952 in Glass Ferry, Kentucky, twin sisters Patsy and Flannery prepare for prom night in different ways. Patsy has a date with her boyfriend Danny and Flannery has to go to work. Patsy and Danny never arrive at the prom and don't come home. No one knows if they ran off together or i...

    I received an advance copy of this wonderful story and am pleased to review it here. From the opening chapter, "Sisters" grabs and does not let go until long after the reader closes the back cover. Twin sisters, born eight minutes apart, live as might any other two girls competing ...

    Thanks to the publisher for this review copy! If you love dark Southern intrigue, this one may be for you. I enjoyed it for the most part, but it did feel like there were about 5 extraneous story lines and some overdramatic moments that could have been avoided. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a beautifully written, haunting book about sisters, sins, and secrets. Kim Michele Richardson has such a unique voice, putting the reader right into the middle of this story, its characters, and rural Kentucky. Spanning decades, this book tackles social is...

    Perhaps I should forsake historical fiction entirely and just read Southern Gothic. Better books, better writing, better atmosphere--and far more accurate--and better characters. This one is no exception. ...

    Review also found at https://kristineandterri.blogspot.ca/... I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.  Thank you! I was drawn in to this story as I wanted to find out more about Patsy's story and what happened t...

    My Review~ "The Sisters of Glass Ferry" by Kim Michele Richardson ...this is Kim's third and latest work of fiction. I've read them all. My first insight: Her words are nothing less than poetic...She sculpts her words with texture...a true artist indeed. I read her stories and abso...

    Thank you NetGalley and Kensington Books for allowing me the privilege to read The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson. The following review contains thoughts and opinions that are entirely my own. The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson is impressive from ...

  • Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede
    Nov 02, 2017

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

    From Kentucky?s finest Southern storyteller, Kim Michele Richardson returns following (2016) GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and (2015) Liar's Bench with her latest gripping mystery (her best yet), crime thriller: THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY ?Rich in character, strong family bon...

    Some books start off in a way that makes you just know that this book will work out very well. And, this beginning of this book with Flannery visiting her mother on her birthday and it's the twentieth one since Flannery's sister Patsy went missing. And, still, her mother expects that s...

  • Kristin
    Dec 12, 2017

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

    From Kentucky?s finest Southern storyteller, Kim Michele Richardson returns following (2016) GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and (2015) Liar's Bench with her latest gripping mystery (her best yet), crime thriller: THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY ?Rich in character, strong family bon...

    Some books start off in a way that makes you just know that this book will work out very well. And, this beginning of this book with Flannery visiting her mother on her birthday and it's the twentieth one since Flannery's sister Patsy went missing. And, still, her mother expects that s...

    MY REVIEW OF ?THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY? by Kim Michele Richardson ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? by Kim Michele Richardson is an emotional and captivating novel. ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? is published by Kensington Publishing Corporation and will be out November 28,201...

    Let me just say, any time Kim has a book come out, I don't even need to know what it is about. Just yes please! The best writing ever! Pure pleasure! Twin sisters. Flannery and Pasty, one went missing the night of prom and so the story begins. We go back and forth between 1972 and 1...

    In 1952 in Glass Ferry, Kentucky, twin sisters Patsy and Flannery prepare for prom night in different ways. Patsy has a date with her boyfriend Danny and Flannery has to go to work. Patsy and Danny never arrive at the prom and don't come home. No one knows if they ran off together or i...

    I received an advance copy of this wonderful story and am pleased to review it here. From the opening chapter, "Sisters" grabs and does not let go until long after the reader closes the back cover. Twin sisters, born eight minutes apart, live as might any other two girls competing ...

    Thanks to the publisher for this review copy! If you love dark Southern intrigue, this one may be for you. I enjoyed it for the most part, but it did feel like there were about 5 extraneous story lines and some overdramatic moments that could have been avoided. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a beautifully written, haunting book about sisters, sins, and secrets. Kim Michele Richardson has such a unique voice, putting the reader right into the middle of this story, its characters, and rural Kentucky. Spanning decades, this book tackles social is...

    Perhaps I should forsake historical fiction entirely and just read Southern Gothic. Better books, better writing, better atmosphere--and far more accurate--and better characters. This one is no exception. ...

    Review also found at https://kristineandterri.blogspot.ca/... I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.  Thank you! I was drawn in to this story as I wanted to find out more about Patsy's story and what happened t...

    My Review~ "The Sisters of Glass Ferry" by Kim Michele Richardson ...this is Kim's third and latest work of fiction. I've read them all. My first insight: Her words are nothing less than poetic...She sculpts her words with texture...a true artist indeed. I read her stories and abso...

    Thank you NetGalley and Kensington Books for allowing me the privilege to read The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson. The following review contains thoughts and opinions that are entirely my own. The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson is impressive from ...

    I received this book through a Goodreads Giveaway. All opinions are my own. Many thanks to the author and publisher. In 1952, Flannery Butler's twin sister disappeared on Prom night without a trace. Since then rumors have followed Flannery about what might have happened to her siste...

    I received The Sisters in exchange for an honest review. The opinions posted are exclusively mine. This book came to me at a time where I am craving light and happy. You will get neither from this story. It is a well written Southern Fiction that incorporates very timely matters base...

    This book was immediately captivating. Twin sisters, prom night. 20 years later, one is still missing. Taking place in the whiskey country of Kentucky, Richards weaves an amazing tale of secrets, betrayal, and mystery that spans decades. From the 50s on that tragic night, all the way t...

    This story about two Kentucky sisters is a rich multi-generation tale that is soaked in bourbon, lies and loss. The ending was perfectly haunting. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry  is a southern-themed historical novel. It?s filled with complex characters. This dual timeline novel takes place in 1952 and 1972. It deals with the relationship between twins, Flannery and Patsy, their bootlegger family, and the entire small town of...

    A tale woven between darkness and light, longing and revenge, The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a novel not to be missed. Richardson?s ability to make you care about a character is unsurpassed. Two twins, Flannery and Patsy, born eight minutes apart, their closeness cannot be denied. ...

    Reading Flanerry?s story from a twin?s perspective myself was a bit raw for me. I related to Flannery as half of a set of twins and at times, it felt as if the author was in my own head! Quite an engrossing tale of family, loss, responsibility, and revenge. I really enjoyed the ma...

    This started off really well. I was impressed by the strongly flavored but modern-feeling Southern Gothic. The story was good but I think it just dragged on too long, especially considering the reader basically knows what happened before all the characters find out. So I don't know. Re...

  • Marcee Feddersen
    Jan 21, 2018

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

    From Kentucky?s finest Southern storyteller, Kim Michele Richardson returns following (2016) GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and (2015) Liar's Bench with her latest gripping mystery (her best yet), crime thriller: THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY ?Rich in character, strong family bon...

    Some books start off in a way that makes you just know that this book will work out very well. And, this beginning of this book with Flannery visiting her mother on her birthday and it's the twentieth one since Flannery's sister Patsy went missing. And, still, her mother expects that s...

    MY REVIEW OF ?THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY? by Kim Michele Richardson ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? by Kim Michele Richardson is an emotional and captivating novel. ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? is published by Kensington Publishing Corporation and will be out November 28,201...

    Let me just say, any time Kim has a book come out, I don't even need to know what it is about. Just yes please! The best writing ever! Pure pleasure! Twin sisters. Flannery and Pasty, one went missing the night of prom and so the story begins. We go back and forth between 1972 and 1...

    In 1952 in Glass Ferry, Kentucky, twin sisters Patsy and Flannery prepare for prom night in different ways. Patsy has a date with her boyfriend Danny and Flannery has to go to work. Patsy and Danny never arrive at the prom and don't come home. No one knows if they ran off together or i...

    I received an advance copy of this wonderful story and am pleased to review it here. From the opening chapter, "Sisters" grabs and does not let go until long after the reader closes the back cover. Twin sisters, born eight minutes apart, live as might any other two girls competing ...

    Thanks to the publisher for this review copy! If you love dark Southern intrigue, this one may be for you. I enjoyed it for the most part, but it did feel like there were about 5 extraneous story lines and some overdramatic moments that could have been avoided. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a beautifully written, haunting book about sisters, sins, and secrets. Kim Michele Richardson has such a unique voice, putting the reader right into the middle of this story, its characters, and rural Kentucky. Spanning decades, this book tackles social is...

    Perhaps I should forsake historical fiction entirely and just read Southern Gothic. Better books, better writing, better atmosphere--and far more accurate--and better characters. This one is no exception. ...

    Review also found at https://kristineandterri.blogspot.ca/... I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.  Thank you! I was drawn in to this story as I wanted to find out more about Patsy's story and what happened t...

    My Review~ "The Sisters of Glass Ferry" by Kim Michele Richardson ...this is Kim's third and latest work of fiction. I've read them all. My first insight: Her words are nothing less than poetic...She sculpts her words with texture...a true artist indeed. I read her stories and abso...

    Thank you NetGalley and Kensington Books for allowing me the privilege to read The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson. The following review contains thoughts and opinions that are entirely my own. The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson is impressive from ...

    I received this book through a Goodreads Giveaway. All opinions are my own. Many thanks to the author and publisher. In 1952, Flannery Butler's twin sister disappeared on Prom night without a trace. Since then rumors have followed Flannery about what might have happened to her siste...

    I received The Sisters in exchange for an honest review. The opinions posted are exclusively mine. This book came to me at a time where I am craving light and happy. You will get neither from this story. It is a well written Southern Fiction that incorporates very timely matters base...

    This book was immediately captivating. Twin sisters, prom night. 20 years later, one is still missing. Taking place in the whiskey country of Kentucky, Richards weaves an amazing tale of secrets, betrayal, and mystery that spans decades. From the 50s on that tragic night, all the way t...

    This story about two Kentucky sisters is a rich multi-generation tale that is soaked in bourbon, lies and loss. The ending was perfectly haunting. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry  is a southern-themed historical novel. It?s filled with complex characters. This dual timeline novel takes place in 1952 and 1972. It deals with the relationship between twins, Flannery and Patsy, their bootlegger family, and the entire small town of...

    A tale woven between darkness and light, longing and revenge, The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a novel not to be missed. Richardson?s ability to make you care about a character is unsurpassed. Two twins, Flannery and Patsy, born eight minutes apart, their closeness cannot be denied. ...

    Reading Flanerry?s story from a twin?s perspective myself was a bit raw for me. I related to Flannery as half of a set of twins and at times, it felt as if the author was in my own head! Quite an engrossing tale of family, loss, responsibility, and revenge. I really enjoyed the ma...

    This started off really well. I was impressed by the strongly flavored but modern-feeling Southern Gothic. The story was good but I think it just dragged on too long, especially considering the reader basically knows what happened before all the characters find out. So I don't know. Re...

    Hefty secrets create enormous guilt for family members living in the aftermath of a tragic event. Richardson's characters set forth on an emotional journey to understand their complicated past, which is as well-hidden as the gruesome discovery of a car pulled from the muddy river. A tw...

    I didn't enjoy this book. I don't know if it was just my mood or what but I kept laying the book down and not wanting to come back to it. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry Kim Michele Richardson, 2017, Kensington Publishing Company, pb, 255 pp, 15.00, 9781496709554 Lost things spilled onto the Kentucky?s banks, into fishermen?s hands, more than a few, revealing age-old secrets. Glass Ferry, Kentucky June, 1972 P...

    Like any other small town, Glass Ferry teems with whispered tales. When a drought unearths a major secret from the past, Flannery Butler must confront family secrets ? hers and others ? that reach from the past to threaten the social hierarchy of Glass Ferry itself. The Sisters ...

    4.5 stars. Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for providing me with an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. This is a powerful story that stays with you for a long time, and although it wasn?t always pleasant reading about what takes place in the novel, I felt t...

    ** ARC provided by the author for an honest review ** Come with me to Glass Ferry, Kentucky, where secrets and lies rock the Butler family. The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson, brings you the story of twin sisters, one lost 20 years before, and the one that was left...

    THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY by Kim Michele Richardson is a haunting story of family bonds, small town secrets, tragic loss and atonement. It is set in the rural town of Glass Ferry, Kentucky, along the banks of the Kentucky River. Bourbon making has been a way of life for many in this a...

    http://www.anurseandabook.com/2018/01... The setup for this book seemed very promising. Flannery and Patsy are twins growing up in Glass Ferry, Kentucky, daughters of a whiskey bootlegger. They've been inseparable growing up, but now they are growing apart. Patsy is interested in boys...

  • Diane S ☔
    Dec 04, 2017

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

  • Kaleen
    Jan 26, 2018

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

    From Kentucky?s finest Southern storyteller, Kim Michele Richardson returns following (2016) GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and (2015) Liar's Bench with her latest gripping mystery (her best yet), crime thriller: THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY ?Rich in character, strong family bon...

    Some books start off in a way that makes you just know that this book will work out very well. And, this beginning of this book with Flannery visiting her mother on her birthday and it's the twentieth one since Flannery's sister Patsy went missing. And, still, her mother expects that s...

    MY REVIEW OF ?THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY? by Kim Michele Richardson ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? by Kim Michele Richardson is an emotional and captivating novel. ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? is published by Kensington Publishing Corporation and will be out November 28,201...

    Let me just say, any time Kim has a book come out, I don't even need to know what it is about. Just yes please! The best writing ever! Pure pleasure! Twin sisters. Flannery and Pasty, one went missing the night of prom and so the story begins. We go back and forth between 1972 and 1...

    In 1952 in Glass Ferry, Kentucky, twin sisters Patsy and Flannery prepare for prom night in different ways. Patsy has a date with her boyfriend Danny and Flannery has to go to work. Patsy and Danny never arrive at the prom and don't come home. No one knows if they ran off together or i...

    I received an advance copy of this wonderful story and am pleased to review it here. From the opening chapter, "Sisters" grabs and does not let go until long after the reader closes the back cover. Twin sisters, born eight minutes apart, live as might any other two girls competing ...

    Thanks to the publisher for this review copy! If you love dark Southern intrigue, this one may be for you. I enjoyed it for the most part, but it did feel like there were about 5 extraneous story lines and some overdramatic moments that could have been avoided. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a beautifully written, haunting book about sisters, sins, and secrets. Kim Michele Richardson has such a unique voice, putting the reader right into the middle of this story, its characters, and rural Kentucky. Spanning decades, this book tackles social is...

    Perhaps I should forsake historical fiction entirely and just read Southern Gothic. Better books, better writing, better atmosphere--and far more accurate--and better characters. This one is no exception. ...

    Review also found at https://kristineandterri.blogspot.ca/... I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.  Thank you! I was drawn in to this story as I wanted to find out more about Patsy's story and what happened t...

    My Review~ "The Sisters of Glass Ferry" by Kim Michele Richardson ...this is Kim's third and latest work of fiction. I've read them all. My first insight: Her words are nothing less than poetic...She sculpts her words with texture...a true artist indeed. I read her stories and abso...

    Thank you NetGalley and Kensington Books for allowing me the privilege to read The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson. The following review contains thoughts and opinions that are entirely my own. The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson is impressive from ...

    I received this book through a Goodreads Giveaway. All opinions are my own. Many thanks to the author and publisher. In 1952, Flannery Butler's twin sister disappeared on Prom night without a trace. Since then rumors have followed Flannery about what might have happened to her siste...

  • G.J.
    Sep 09, 2017

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

    From Kentucky?s finest Southern storyteller, Kim Michele Richardson returns following (2016) GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and (2015) Liar's Bench with her latest gripping mystery (her best yet), crime thriller: THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY ?Rich in character, strong family bon...

    Some books start off in a way that makes you just know that this book will work out very well. And, this beginning of this book with Flannery visiting her mother on her birthday and it's the twentieth one since Flannery's sister Patsy went missing. And, still, her mother expects that s...

    MY REVIEW OF ?THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY? by Kim Michele Richardson ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? by Kim Michele Richardson is an emotional and captivating novel. ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? is published by Kensington Publishing Corporation and will be out November 28,201...

    Let me just say, any time Kim has a book come out, I don't even need to know what it is about. Just yes please! The best writing ever! Pure pleasure! Twin sisters. Flannery and Pasty, one went missing the night of prom and so the story begins. We go back and forth between 1972 and 1...

    In 1952 in Glass Ferry, Kentucky, twin sisters Patsy and Flannery prepare for prom night in different ways. Patsy has a date with her boyfriend Danny and Flannery has to go to work. Patsy and Danny never arrive at the prom and don't come home. No one knows if they ran off together or i...

    I received an advance copy of this wonderful story and am pleased to review it here. From the opening chapter, "Sisters" grabs and does not let go until long after the reader closes the back cover. Twin sisters, born eight minutes apart, live as might any other two girls competing ...

  • Amy (TheSouthernGirlReads)
    Nov 21, 2017

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

    From Kentucky?s finest Southern storyteller, Kim Michele Richardson returns following (2016) GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and (2015) Liar's Bench with her latest gripping mystery (her best yet), crime thriller: THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY ?Rich in character, strong family bon...

    Some books start off in a way that makes you just know that this book will work out very well. And, this beginning of this book with Flannery visiting her mother on her birthday and it's the twentieth one since Flannery's sister Patsy went missing. And, still, her mother expects that s...

    MY REVIEW OF ?THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY? by Kim Michele Richardson ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? by Kim Michele Richardson is an emotional and captivating novel. ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? is published by Kensington Publishing Corporation and will be out November 28,201...

    Let me just say, any time Kim has a book come out, I don't even need to know what it is about. Just yes please! The best writing ever! Pure pleasure! Twin sisters. Flannery and Pasty, one went missing the night of prom and so the story begins. We go back and forth between 1972 and 1...

    In 1952 in Glass Ferry, Kentucky, twin sisters Patsy and Flannery prepare for prom night in different ways. Patsy has a date with her boyfriend Danny and Flannery has to go to work. Patsy and Danny never arrive at the prom and don't come home. No one knows if they ran off together or i...

    I received an advance copy of this wonderful story and am pleased to review it here. From the opening chapter, "Sisters" grabs and does not let go until long after the reader closes the back cover. Twin sisters, born eight minutes apart, live as might any other two girls competing ...

    Thanks to the publisher for this review copy! If you love dark Southern intrigue, this one may be for you. I enjoyed it for the most part, but it did feel like there were about 5 extraneous story lines and some overdramatic moments that could have been avoided. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a beautifully written, haunting book about sisters, sins, and secrets. Kim Michele Richardson has such a unique voice, putting the reader right into the middle of this story, its characters, and rural Kentucky. Spanning decades, this book tackles social is...

    Perhaps I should forsake historical fiction entirely and just read Southern Gothic. Better books, better writing, better atmosphere--and far more accurate--and better characters. This one is no exception. ...

    Review also found at https://kristineandterri.blogspot.ca/... I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.  Thank you! I was drawn in to this story as I wanted to find out more about Patsy's story and what happened t...

    My Review~ "The Sisters of Glass Ferry" by Kim Michele Richardson ...this is Kim's third and latest work of fiction. I've read them all. My first insight: Her words are nothing less than poetic...She sculpts her words with texture...a true artist indeed. I read her stories and abso...

    Thank you NetGalley and Kensington Books for allowing me the privilege to read The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson. The following review contains thoughts and opinions that are entirely my own. The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson is impressive from ...

    I received this book through a Goodreads Giveaway. All opinions are my own. Many thanks to the author and publisher. In 1952, Flannery Butler's twin sister disappeared on Prom night without a trace. Since then rumors have followed Flannery about what might have happened to her siste...

    I received The Sisters in exchange for an honest review. The opinions posted are exclusively mine. This book came to me at a time where I am craving light and happy. You will get neither from this story. It is a well written Southern Fiction that incorporates very timely matters base...

  • J.M. Powers
    Nov 06, 2017

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

    From Kentucky?s finest Southern storyteller, Kim Michele Richardson returns following (2016) GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and (2015) Liar's Bench with her latest gripping mystery (her best yet), crime thriller: THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY ?Rich in character, strong family bon...

    Some books start off in a way that makes you just know that this book will work out very well. And, this beginning of this book with Flannery visiting her mother on her birthday and it's the twentieth one since Flannery's sister Patsy went missing. And, still, her mother expects that s...

    MY REVIEW OF ?THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY? by Kim Michele Richardson ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? by Kim Michele Richardson is an emotional and captivating novel. ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? is published by Kensington Publishing Corporation and will be out November 28,201...

    Let me just say, any time Kim has a book come out, I don't even need to know what it is about. Just yes please! The best writing ever! Pure pleasure! Twin sisters. Flannery and Pasty, one went missing the night of prom and so the story begins. We go back and forth between 1972 and 1...

    In 1952 in Glass Ferry, Kentucky, twin sisters Patsy and Flannery prepare for prom night in different ways. Patsy has a date with her boyfriend Danny and Flannery has to go to work. Patsy and Danny never arrive at the prom and don't come home. No one knows if they ran off together or i...

    I received an advance copy of this wonderful story and am pleased to review it here. From the opening chapter, "Sisters" grabs and does not let go until long after the reader closes the back cover. Twin sisters, born eight minutes apart, live as might any other two girls competing ...

    Thanks to the publisher for this review copy! If you love dark Southern intrigue, this one may be for you. I enjoyed it for the most part, but it did feel like there were about 5 extraneous story lines and some overdramatic moments that could have been avoided. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a beautifully written, haunting book about sisters, sins, and secrets. Kim Michele Richardson has such a unique voice, putting the reader right into the middle of this story, its characters, and rural Kentucky. Spanning decades, this book tackles social is...

    Perhaps I should forsake historical fiction entirely and just read Southern Gothic. Better books, better writing, better atmosphere--and far more accurate--and better characters. This one is no exception. ...

    Review also found at https://kristineandterri.blogspot.ca/... I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.  Thank you! I was drawn in to this story as I wanted to find out more about Patsy's story and what happened t...

    My Review~ "The Sisters of Glass Ferry" by Kim Michele Richardson ...this is Kim's third and latest work of fiction. I've read them all. My first insight: Her words are nothing less than poetic...She sculpts her words with texture...a true artist indeed. I read her stories and abso...

    Thank you NetGalley and Kensington Books for allowing me the privilege to read The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson. The following review contains thoughts and opinions that are entirely my own. The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson is impressive from ...

    I received this book through a Goodreads Giveaway. All opinions are my own. Many thanks to the author and publisher. In 1952, Flannery Butler's twin sister disappeared on Prom night without a trace. Since then rumors have followed Flannery about what might have happened to her siste...

    I received The Sisters in exchange for an honest review. The opinions posted are exclusively mine. This book came to me at a time where I am craving light and happy. You will get neither from this story. It is a well written Southern Fiction that incorporates very timely matters base...

    This book was immediately captivating. Twin sisters, prom night. 20 years later, one is still missing. Taking place in the whiskey country of Kentucky, Richards weaves an amazing tale of secrets, betrayal, and mystery that spans decades. From the 50s on that tragic night, all the way t...

    This story about two Kentucky sisters is a rich multi-generation tale that is soaked in bourbon, lies and loss. The ending was perfectly haunting. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry  is a southern-themed historical novel. It?s filled with complex characters. This dual timeline novel takes place in 1952 and 1972. It deals with the relationship between twins, Flannery and Patsy, their bootlegger family, and the entire small town of...

  • Kathleen Sara Shattuck
    Dec 30, 2017

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

    From Kentucky?s finest Southern storyteller, Kim Michele Richardson returns following (2016) GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and (2015) Liar's Bench with her latest gripping mystery (her best yet), crime thriller: THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY ?Rich in character, strong family bon...

    Some books start off in a way that makes you just know that this book will work out very well. And, this beginning of this book with Flannery visiting her mother on her birthday and it's the twentieth one since Flannery's sister Patsy went missing. And, still, her mother expects that s...

    MY REVIEW OF ?THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY? by Kim Michele Richardson ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? by Kim Michele Richardson is an emotional and captivating novel. ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? is published by Kensington Publishing Corporation and will be out November 28,201...

    Let me just say, any time Kim has a book come out, I don't even need to know what it is about. Just yes please! The best writing ever! Pure pleasure! Twin sisters. Flannery and Pasty, one went missing the night of prom and so the story begins. We go back and forth between 1972 and 1...

    In 1952 in Glass Ferry, Kentucky, twin sisters Patsy and Flannery prepare for prom night in different ways. Patsy has a date with her boyfriend Danny and Flannery has to go to work. Patsy and Danny never arrive at the prom and don't come home. No one knows if they ran off together or i...

    I received an advance copy of this wonderful story and am pleased to review it here. From the opening chapter, "Sisters" grabs and does not let go until long after the reader closes the back cover. Twin sisters, born eight minutes apart, live as might any other two girls competing ...

    Thanks to the publisher for this review copy! If you love dark Southern intrigue, this one may be for you. I enjoyed it for the most part, but it did feel like there were about 5 extraneous story lines and some overdramatic moments that could have been avoided. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a beautifully written, haunting book about sisters, sins, and secrets. Kim Michele Richardson has such a unique voice, putting the reader right into the middle of this story, its characters, and rural Kentucky. Spanning decades, this book tackles social is...

    Perhaps I should forsake historical fiction entirely and just read Southern Gothic. Better books, better writing, better atmosphere--and far more accurate--and better characters. This one is no exception. ...

    Review also found at https://kristineandterri.blogspot.ca/... I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.  Thank you! I was drawn in to this story as I wanted to find out more about Patsy's story and what happened t...

    My Review~ "The Sisters of Glass Ferry" by Kim Michele Richardson ...this is Kim's third and latest work of fiction. I've read them all. My first insight: Her words are nothing less than poetic...She sculpts her words with texture...a true artist indeed. I read her stories and abso...

  • Terri
    Nov 25, 2017

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

    From Kentucky?s finest Southern storyteller, Kim Michele Richardson returns following (2016) GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and (2015) Liar's Bench with her latest gripping mystery (her best yet), crime thriller: THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY ?Rich in character, strong family bon...

    Some books start off in a way that makes you just know that this book will work out very well. And, this beginning of this book with Flannery visiting her mother on her birthday and it's the twentieth one since Flannery's sister Patsy went missing. And, still, her mother expects that s...

    MY REVIEW OF ?THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY? by Kim Michele Richardson ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? by Kim Michele Richardson is an emotional and captivating novel. ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? is published by Kensington Publishing Corporation and will be out November 28,201...

    Let me just say, any time Kim has a book come out, I don't even need to know what it is about. Just yes please! The best writing ever! Pure pleasure! Twin sisters. Flannery and Pasty, one went missing the night of prom and so the story begins. We go back and forth between 1972 and 1...

    In 1952 in Glass Ferry, Kentucky, twin sisters Patsy and Flannery prepare for prom night in different ways. Patsy has a date with her boyfriend Danny and Flannery has to go to work. Patsy and Danny never arrive at the prom and don't come home. No one knows if they ran off together or i...

    I received an advance copy of this wonderful story and am pleased to review it here. From the opening chapter, "Sisters" grabs and does not let go until long after the reader closes the back cover. Twin sisters, born eight minutes apart, live as might any other two girls competing ...

    Thanks to the publisher for this review copy! If you love dark Southern intrigue, this one may be for you. I enjoyed it for the most part, but it did feel like there were about 5 extraneous story lines and some overdramatic moments that could have been avoided. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a beautifully written, haunting book about sisters, sins, and secrets. Kim Michele Richardson has such a unique voice, putting the reader right into the middle of this story, its characters, and rural Kentucky. Spanning decades, this book tackles social is...

    Perhaps I should forsake historical fiction entirely and just read Southern Gothic. Better books, better writing, better atmosphere--and far more accurate--and better characters. This one is no exception. ...

    Review also found at https://kristineandterri.blogspot.ca/... I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.  Thank you! I was drawn in to this story as I wanted to find out more about Patsy's story and what happened t...

  • Donna Everhart
    Mar 07, 2018

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

    From Kentucky?s finest Southern storyteller, Kim Michele Richardson returns following (2016) GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and (2015) Liar's Bench with her latest gripping mystery (her best yet), crime thriller: THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY ?Rich in character, strong family bon...

    Some books start off in a way that makes you just know that this book will work out very well. And, this beginning of this book with Flannery visiting her mother on her birthday and it's the twentieth one since Flannery's sister Patsy went missing. And, still, her mother expects that s...

    MY REVIEW OF ?THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY? by Kim Michele Richardson ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? by Kim Michele Richardson is an emotional and captivating novel. ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? is published by Kensington Publishing Corporation and will be out November 28,201...

    Let me just say, any time Kim has a book come out, I don't even need to know what it is about. Just yes please! The best writing ever! Pure pleasure! Twin sisters. Flannery and Pasty, one went missing the night of prom and so the story begins. We go back and forth between 1972 and 1...

    In 1952 in Glass Ferry, Kentucky, twin sisters Patsy and Flannery prepare for prom night in different ways. Patsy has a date with her boyfriend Danny and Flannery has to go to work. Patsy and Danny never arrive at the prom and don't come home. No one knows if they ran off together or i...

    I received an advance copy of this wonderful story and am pleased to review it here. From the opening chapter, "Sisters" grabs and does not let go until long after the reader closes the back cover. Twin sisters, born eight minutes apart, live as might any other two girls competing ...

    Thanks to the publisher for this review copy! If you love dark Southern intrigue, this one may be for you. I enjoyed it for the most part, but it did feel like there were about 5 extraneous story lines and some overdramatic moments that could have been avoided. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a beautifully written, haunting book about sisters, sins, and secrets. Kim Michele Richardson has such a unique voice, putting the reader right into the middle of this story, its characters, and rural Kentucky. Spanning decades, this book tackles social is...

    Perhaps I should forsake historical fiction entirely and just read Southern Gothic. Better books, better writing, better atmosphere--and far more accurate--and better characters. This one is no exception. ...

    Review also found at https://kristineandterri.blogspot.ca/... I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.  Thank you! I was drawn in to this story as I wanted to find out more about Patsy's story and what happened t...

    My Review~ "The Sisters of Glass Ferry" by Kim Michele Richardson ...this is Kim's third and latest work of fiction. I've read them all. My first insight: Her words are nothing less than poetic...She sculpts her words with texture...a true artist indeed. I read her stories and abso...

    Thank you NetGalley and Kensington Books for allowing me the privilege to read The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson. The following review contains thoughts and opinions that are entirely my own. The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson is impressive from ...

    I received this book through a Goodreads Giveaway. All opinions are my own. Many thanks to the author and publisher. In 1952, Flannery Butler's twin sister disappeared on Prom night without a trace. Since then rumors have followed Flannery about what might have happened to her siste...

    I received The Sisters in exchange for an honest review. The opinions posted are exclusively mine. This book came to me at a time where I am craving light and happy. You will get neither from this story. It is a well written Southern Fiction that incorporates very timely matters base...

    This book was immediately captivating. Twin sisters, prom night. 20 years later, one is still missing. Taking place in the whiskey country of Kentucky, Richards weaves an amazing tale of secrets, betrayal, and mystery that spans decades. From the 50s on that tragic night, all the way t...

    This story about two Kentucky sisters is a rich multi-generation tale that is soaked in bourbon, lies and loss. The ending was perfectly haunting. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry  is a southern-themed historical novel. It?s filled with complex characters. This dual timeline novel takes place in 1952 and 1972. It deals with the relationship between twins, Flannery and Patsy, their bootlegger family, and the entire small town of...

    A tale woven between darkness and light, longing and revenge, The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a novel not to be missed. Richardson?s ability to make you care about a character is unsurpassed. Two twins, Flannery and Patsy, born eight minutes apart, their closeness cannot be denied. ...

    Reading Flanerry?s story from a twin?s perspective myself was a bit raw for me. I related to Flannery as half of a set of twins and at times, it felt as if the author was in my own head! Quite an engrossing tale of family, loss, responsibility, and revenge. I really enjoyed the ma...

    This started off really well. I was impressed by the strongly flavored but modern-feeling Southern Gothic. The story was good but I think it just dragged on too long, especially considering the reader basically knows what happened before all the characters find out. So I don't know. Re...

    Hefty secrets create enormous guilt for family members living in the aftermath of a tragic event. Richardson's characters set forth on an emotional journey to understand their complicated past, which is as well-hidden as the gruesome discovery of a car pulled from the muddy river. A tw...

  • Danielle
    Sep 27, 2017

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

    From Kentucky?s finest Southern storyteller, Kim Michele Richardson returns following (2016) GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and (2015) Liar's Bench with her latest gripping mystery (her best yet), crime thriller: THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY ?Rich in character, strong family bon...

    Some books start off in a way that makes you just know that this book will work out very well. And, this beginning of this book with Flannery visiting her mother on her birthday and it's the twentieth one since Flannery's sister Patsy went missing. And, still, her mother expects that s...

    MY REVIEW OF ?THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY? by Kim Michele Richardson ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? by Kim Michele Richardson is an emotional and captivating novel. ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? is published by Kensington Publishing Corporation and will be out November 28,201...

    Let me just say, any time Kim has a book come out, I don't even need to know what it is about. Just yes please! The best writing ever! Pure pleasure! Twin sisters. Flannery and Pasty, one went missing the night of prom and so the story begins. We go back and forth between 1972 and 1...

    In 1952 in Glass Ferry, Kentucky, twin sisters Patsy and Flannery prepare for prom night in different ways. Patsy has a date with her boyfriend Danny and Flannery has to go to work. Patsy and Danny never arrive at the prom and don't come home. No one knows if they ran off together or i...

    I received an advance copy of this wonderful story and am pleased to review it here. From the opening chapter, "Sisters" grabs and does not let go until long after the reader closes the back cover. Twin sisters, born eight minutes apart, live as might any other two girls competing ...

    Thanks to the publisher for this review copy! If you love dark Southern intrigue, this one may be for you. I enjoyed it for the most part, but it did feel like there were about 5 extraneous story lines and some overdramatic moments that could have been avoided. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a beautifully written, haunting book about sisters, sins, and secrets. Kim Michele Richardson has such a unique voice, putting the reader right into the middle of this story, its characters, and rural Kentucky. Spanning decades, this book tackles social is...

    Perhaps I should forsake historical fiction entirely and just read Southern Gothic. Better books, better writing, better atmosphere--and far more accurate--and better characters. This one is no exception. ...

    Review also found at https://kristineandterri.blogspot.ca/... I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.  Thank you! I was drawn in to this story as I wanted to find out more about Patsy's story and what happened t...

    My Review~ "The Sisters of Glass Ferry" by Kim Michele Richardson ...this is Kim's third and latest work of fiction. I've read them all. My first insight: Her words are nothing less than poetic...She sculpts her words with texture...a true artist indeed. I read her stories and abso...

    Thank you NetGalley and Kensington Books for allowing me the privilege to read The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson. The following review contains thoughts and opinions that are entirely my own. The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson is impressive from ...

    I received this book through a Goodreads Giveaway. All opinions are my own. Many thanks to the author and publisher. In 1952, Flannery Butler's twin sister disappeared on Prom night without a trace. Since then rumors have followed Flannery about what might have happened to her siste...

    I received The Sisters in exchange for an honest review. The opinions posted are exclusively mine. This book came to me at a time where I am craving light and happy. You will get neither from this story. It is a well written Southern Fiction that incorporates very timely matters base...

    This book was immediately captivating. Twin sisters, prom night. 20 years later, one is still missing. Taking place in the whiskey country of Kentucky, Richards weaves an amazing tale of secrets, betrayal, and mystery that spans decades. From the 50s on that tragic night, all the way t...

    This story about two Kentucky sisters is a rich multi-generation tale that is soaked in bourbon, lies and loss. The ending was perfectly haunting. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry  is a southern-themed historical novel. It?s filled with complex characters. This dual timeline novel takes place in 1952 and 1972. It deals with the relationship between twins, Flannery and Patsy, their bootlegger family, and the entire small town of...

    A tale woven between darkness and light, longing and revenge, The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a novel not to be missed. Richardson?s ability to make you care about a character is unsurpassed. Two twins, Flannery and Patsy, born eight minutes apart, their closeness cannot be denied. ...

  • Angela Amman
    Nov 28, 2017

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

    From Kentucky?s finest Southern storyteller, Kim Michele Richardson returns following (2016) GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and (2015) Liar's Bench with her latest gripping mystery (her best yet), crime thriller: THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY ?Rich in character, strong family bon...

    Some books start off in a way that makes you just know that this book will work out very well. And, this beginning of this book with Flannery visiting her mother on her birthday and it's the twentieth one since Flannery's sister Patsy went missing. And, still, her mother expects that s...

    MY REVIEW OF ?THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY? by Kim Michele Richardson ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? by Kim Michele Richardson is an emotional and captivating novel. ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? is published by Kensington Publishing Corporation and will be out November 28,201...

    Let me just say, any time Kim has a book come out, I don't even need to know what it is about. Just yes please! The best writing ever! Pure pleasure! Twin sisters. Flannery and Pasty, one went missing the night of prom and so the story begins. We go back and forth between 1972 and 1...

    In 1952 in Glass Ferry, Kentucky, twin sisters Patsy and Flannery prepare for prom night in different ways. Patsy has a date with her boyfriend Danny and Flannery has to go to work. Patsy and Danny never arrive at the prom and don't come home. No one knows if they ran off together or i...

    I received an advance copy of this wonderful story and am pleased to review it here. From the opening chapter, "Sisters" grabs and does not let go until long after the reader closes the back cover. Twin sisters, born eight minutes apart, live as might any other two girls competing ...

    Thanks to the publisher for this review copy! If you love dark Southern intrigue, this one may be for you. I enjoyed it for the most part, but it did feel like there were about 5 extraneous story lines and some overdramatic moments that could have been avoided. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a beautifully written, haunting book about sisters, sins, and secrets. Kim Michele Richardson has such a unique voice, putting the reader right into the middle of this story, its characters, and rural Kentucky. Spanning decades, this book tackles social is...

    Perhaps I should forsake historical fiction entirely and just read Southern Gothic. Better books, better writing, better atmosphere--and far more accurate--and better characters. This one is no exception. ...

    Review also found at https://kristineandterri.blogspot.ca/... I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.  Thank you! I was drawn in to this story as I wanted to find out more about Patsy's story and what happened t...

    My Review~ "The Sisters of Glass Ferry" by Kim Michele Richardson ...this is Kim's third and latest work of fiction. I've read them all. My first insight: Her words are nothing less than poetic...She sculpts her words with texture...a true artist indeed. I read her stories and abso...

    Thank you NetGalley and Kensington Books for allowing me the privilege to read The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson. The following review contains thoughts and opinions that are entirely my own. The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson is impressive from ...

    I received this book through a Goodreads Giveaway. All opinions are my own. Many thanks to the author and publisher. In 1952, Flannery Butler's twin sister disappeared on Prom night without a trace. Since then rumors have followed Flannery about what might have happened to her siste...

    I received The Sisters in exchange for an honest review. The opinions posted are exclusively mine. This book came to me at a time where I am craving light and happy. You will get neither from this story. It is a well written Southern Fiction that incorporates very timely matters base...

    This book was immediately captivating. Twin sisters, prom night. 20 years later, one is still missing. Taking place in the whiskey country of Kentucky, Richards weaves an amazing tale of secrets, betrayal, and mystery that spans decades. From the 50s on that tragic night, all the way t...

    This story about two Kentucky sisters is a rich multi-generation tale that is soaked in bourbon, lies and loss. The ending was perfectly haunting. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry  is a southern-themed historical novel. It?s filled with complex characters. This dual timeline novel takes place in 1952 and 1972. It deals with the relationship between twins, Flannery and Patsy, their bootlegger family, and the entire small town of...

    A tale woven between darkness and light, longing and revenge, The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a novel not to be missed. Richardson?s ability to make you care about a character is unsurpassed. Two twins, Flannery and Patsy, born eight minutes apart, their closeness cannot be denied. ...

    Reading Flanerry?s story from a twin?s perspective myself was a bit raw for me. I related to Flannery as half of a set of twins and at times, it felt as if the author was in my own head! Quite an engrossing tale of family, loss, responsibility, and revenge. I really enjoyed the ma...

    This started off really well. I was impressed by the strongly flavored but modern-feeling Southern Gothic. The story was good but I think it just dragged on too long, especially considering the reader basically knows what happened before all the characters find out. So I don't know. Re...

    Hefty secrets create enormous guilt for family members living in the aftermath of a tragic event. Richardson's characters set forth on an emotional journey to understand their complicated past, which is as well-hidden as the gruesome discovery of a car pulled from the muddy river. A tw...

    I didn't enjoy this book. I don't know if it was just my mood or what but I kept laying the book down and not wanting to come back to it. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry Kim Michele Richardson, 2017, Kensington Publishing Company, pb, 255 pp, 15.00, 9781496709554 Lost things spilled onto the Kentucky?s banks, into fishermen?s hands, more than a few, revealing age-old secrets. Glass Ferry, Kentucky June, 1972 P...

    Like any other small town, Glass Ferry teems with whispered tales. When a drought unearths a major secret from the past, Flannery Butler must confront family secrets ? hers and others ? that reach from the past to threaten the social hierarchy of Glass Ferry itself. The Sisters ...

  • Linda Zagon
    Aug 07, 2017

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

    From Kentucky?s finest Southern storyteller, Kim Michele Richardson returns following (2016) GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and (2015) Liar's Bench with her latest gripping mystery (her best yet), crime thriller: THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY ?Rich in character, strong family bon...

    Some books start off in a way that makes you just know that this book will work out very well. And, this beginning of this book with Flannery visiting her mother on her birthday and it's the twentieth one since Flannery's sister Patsy went missing. And, still, her mother expects that s...

    MY REVIEW OF ?THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY? by Kim Michele Richardson ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? by Kim Michele Richardson is an emotional and captivating novel. ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? is published by Kensington Publishing Corporation and will be out November 28,201...

  • Susan Peterson
    Aug 27, 2017

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

    From Kentucky?s finest Southern storyteller, Kim Michele Richardson returns following (2016) GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and (2015) Liar's Bench with her latest gripping mystery (her best yet), crime thriller: THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY ?Rich in character, strong family bon...

    Some books start off in a way that makes you just know that this book will work out very well. And, this beginning of this book with Flannery visiting her mother on her birthday and it's the twentieth one since Flannery's sister Patsy went missing. And, still, her mother expects that s...

    MY REVIEW OF ?THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY? by Kim Michele Richardson ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? by Kim Michele Richardson is an emotional and captivating novel. ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? is published by Kensington Publishing Corporation and will be out November 28,201...

    Let me just say, any time Kim has a book come out, I don't even need to know what it is about. Just yes please! The best writing ever! Pure pleasure! Twin sisters. Flannery and Pasty, one went missing the night of prom and so the story begins. We go back and forth between 1972 and 1...

    In 1952 in Glass Ferry, Kentucky, twin sisters Patsy and Flannery prepare for prom night in different ways. Patsy has a date with her boyfriend Danny and Flannery has to go to work. Patsy and Danny never arrive at the prom and don't come home. No one knows if they ran off together or i...

    I received an advance copy of this wonderful story and am pleased to review it here. From the opening chapter, "Sisters" grabs and does not let go until long after the reader closes the back cover. Twin sisters, born eight minutes apart, live as might any other two girls competing ...

    Thanks to the publisher for this review copy! If you love dark Southern intrigue, this one may be for you. I enjoyed it for the most part, but it did feel like there were about 5 extraneous story lines and some overdramatic moments that could have been avoided. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a beautifully written, haunting book about sisters, sins, and secrets. Kim Michele Richardson has such a unique voice, putting the reader right into the middle of this story, its characters, and rural Kentucky. Spanning decades, this book tackles social is...

  • Annette
    Dec 02, 2017

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

    From Kentucky?s finest Southern storyteller, Kim Michele Richardson returns following (2016) GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and (2015) Liar's Bench with her latest gripping mystery (her best yet), crime thriller: THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY ?Rich in character, strong family bon...

    Some books start off in a way that makes you just know that this book will work out very well. And, this beginning of this book with Flannery visiting her mother on her birthday and it's the twentieth one since Flannery's sister Patsy went missing. And, still, her mother expects that s...

    MY REVIEW OF ?THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY? by Kim Michele Richardson ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? by Kim Michele Richardson is an emotional and captivating novel. ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? is published by Kensington Publishing Corporation and will be out November 28,201...

    Let me just say, any time Kim has a book come out, I don't even need to know what it is about. Just yes please! The best writing ever! Pure pleasure! Twin sisters. Flannery and Pasty, one went missing the night of prom and so the story begins. We go back and forth between 1972 and 1...

    In 1952 in Glass Ferry, Kentucky, twin sisters Patsy and Flannery prepare for prom night in different ways. Patsy has a date with her boyfriend Danny and Flannery has to go to work. Patsy and Danny never arrive at the prom and don't come home. No one knows if they ran off together or i...

    I received an advance copy of this wonderful story and am pleased to review it here. From the opening chapter, "Sisters" grabs and does not let go until long after the reader closes the back cover. Twin sisters, born eight minutes apart, live as might any other two girls competing ...

    Thanks to the publisher for this review copy! If you love dark Southern intrigue, this one may be for you. I enjoyed it for the most part, but it did feel like there were about 5 extraneous story lines and some overdramatic moments that could have been avoided. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a beautifully written, haunting book about sisters, sins, and secrets. Kim Michele Richardson has such a unique voice, putting the reader right into the middle of this story, its characters, and rural Kentucky. Spanning decades, this book tackles social is...

    Perhaps I should forsake historical fiction entirely and just read Southern Gothic. Better books, better writing, better atmosphere--and far more accurate--and better characters. This one is no exception. ...

    Review also found at https://kristineandterri.blogspot.ca/... I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.  Thank you! I was drawn in to this story as I wanted to find out more about Patsy's story and what happened t...

    My Review~ "The Sisters of Glass Ferry" by Kim Michele Richardson ...this is Kim's third and latest work of fiction. I've read them all. My first insight: Her words are nothing less than poetic...She sculpts her words with texture...a true artist indeed. I read her stories and abso...

    Thank you NetGalley and Kensington Books for allowing me the privilege to read The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson. The following review contains thoughts and opinions that are entirely my own. The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson is impressive from ...

    I received this book through a Goodreads Giveaway. All opinions are my own. Many thanks to the author and publisher. In 1952, Flannery Butler's twin sister disappeared on Prom night without a trace. Since then rumors have followed Flannery about what might have happened to her siste...

    I received The Sisters in exchange for an honest review. The opinions posted are exclusively mine. This book came to me at a time where I am craving light and happy. You will get neither from this story. It is a well written Southern Fiction that incorporates very timely matters base...

    This book was immediately captivating. Twin sisters, prom night. 20 years later, one is still missing. Taking place in the whiskey country of Kentucky, Richards weaves an amazing tale of secrets, betrayal, and mystery that spans decades. From the 50s on that tragic night, all the way t...

    This story about two Kentucky sisters is a rich multi-generation tale that is soaked in bourbon, lies and loss. The ending was perfectly haunting. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry  is a southern-themed historical novel. It?s filled with complex characters. This dual timeline novel takes place in 1952 and 1972. It deals with the relationship between twins, Flannery and Patsy, their bootlegger family, and the entire small town of...

    A tale woven between darkness and light, longing and revenge, The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a novel not to be missed. Richardson?s ability to make you care about a character is unsurpassed. Two twins, Flannery and Patsy, born eight minutes apart, their closeness cannot be denied. ...

    Reading Flanerry?s story from a twin?s perspective myself was a bit raw for me. I related to Flannery as half of a set of twins and at times, it felt as if the author was in my own head! Quite an engrossing tale of family, loss, responsibility, and revenge. I really enjoyed the ma...

    This started off really well. I was impressed by the strongly flavored but modern-feeling Southern Gothic. The story was good but I think it just dragged on too long, especially considering the reader basically knows what happened before all the characters find out. So I don't know. Re...

    Hefty secrets create enormous guilt for family members living in the aftermath of a tragic event. Richardson's characters set forth on an emotional journey to understand their complicated past, which is as well-hidden as the gruesome discovery of a car pulled from the muddy river. A tw...

    I didn't enjoy this book. I don't know if it was just my mood or what but I kept laying the book down and not wanting to come back to it. ...

  • Judy Collins
    Oct 31, 2017

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

    From Kentucky?s finest Southern storyteller, Kim Michele Richardson returns following (2016) GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and (2015) Liar's Bench with her latest gripping mystery (her best yet), crime thriller: THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY ?Rich in character, strong family bon...

  • Jen
    Oct 19, 2017

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

    From Kentucky?s finest Southern storyteller, Kim Michele Richardson returns following (2016) GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and (2015) Liar's Bench with her latest gripping mystery (her best yet), crime thriller: THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY ?Rich in character, strong family bon...

    Some books start off in a way that makes you just know that this book will work out very well. And, this beginning of this book with Flannery visiting her mother on her birthday and it's the twentieth one since Flannery's sister Patsy went missing. And, still, her mother expects that s...

    MY REVIEW OF ?THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY? by Kim Michele Richardson ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? by Kim Michele Richardson is an emotional and captivating novel. ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? is published by Kensington Publishing Corporation and will be out November 28,201...

    Let me just say, any time Kim has a book come out, I don't even need to know what it is about. Just yes please! The best writing ever! Pure pleasure! Twin sisters. Flannery and Pasty, one went missing the night of prom and so the story begins. We go back and forth between 1972 and 1...

    In 1952 in Glass Ferry, Kentucky, twin sisters Patsy and Flannery prepare for prom night in different ways. Patsy has a date with her boyfriend Danny and Flannery has to go to work. Patsy and Danny never arrive at the prom and don't come home. No one knows if they ran off together or i...

    I received an advance copy of this wonderful story and am pleased to review it here. From the opening chapter, "Sisters" grabs and does not let go until long after the reader closes the back cover. Twin sisters, born eight minutes apart, live as might any other two girls competing ...

    Thanks to the publisher for this review copy! If you love dark Southern intrigue, this one may be for you. I enjoyed it for the most part, but it did feel like there were about 5 extraneous story lines and some overdramatic moments that could have been avoided. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a beautifully written, haunting book about sisters, sins, and secrets. Kim Michele Richardson has such a unique voice, putting the reader right into the middle of this story, its characters, and rural Kentucky. Spanning decades, this book tackles social is...

    Perhaps I should forsake historical fiction entirely and just read Southern Gothic. Better books, better writing, better atmosphere--and far more accurate--and better characters. This one is no exception. ...

    Review also found at https://kristineandterri.blogspot.ca/... I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.  Thank you! I was drawn in to this story as I wanted to find out more about Patsy's story and what happened t...

    My Review~ "The Sisters of Glass Ferry" by Kim Michele Richardson ...this is Kim's third and latest work of fiction. I've read them all. My first insight: Her words are nothing less than poetic...She sculpts her words with texture...a true artist indeed. I read her stories and abso...

    Thank you NetGalley and Kensington Books for allowing me the privilege to read The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson. The following review contains thoughts and opinions that are entirely my own. The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson is impressive from ...

    I received this book through a Goodreads Giveaway. All opinions are my own. Many thanks to the author and publisher. In 1952, Flannery Butler's twin sister disappeared on Prom night without a trace. Since then rumors have followed Flannery about what might have happened to her siste...

    I received The Sisters in exchange for an honest review. The opinions posted are exclusively mine. This book came to me at a time where I am craving light and happy. You will get neither from this story. It is a well written Southern Fiction that incorporates very timely matters base...

    This book was immediately captivating. Twin sisters, prom night. 20 years later, one is still missing. Taking place in the whiskey country of Kentucky, Richards weaves an amazing tale of secrets, betrayal, and mystery that spans decades. From the 50s on that tragic night, all the way t...

  • The Just-About-Cocky Ms M
    Nov 27, 2017

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

    From Kentucky?s finest Southern storyteller, Kim Michele Richardson returns following (2016) GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and (2015) Liar's Bench with her latest gripping mystery (her best yet), crime thriller: THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY ?Rich in character, strong family bon...

    Some books start off in a way that makes you just know that this book will work out very well. And, this beginning of this book with Flannery visiting her mother on her birthday and it's the twentieth one since Flannery's sister Patsy went missing. And, still, her mother expects that s...

    MY REVIEW OF ?THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY? by Kim Michele Richardson ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? by Kim Michele Richardson is an emotional and captivating novel. ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? is published by Kensington Publishing Corporation and will be out November 28,201...

    Let me just say, any time Kim has a book come out, I don't even need to know what it is about. Just yes please! The best writing ever! Pure pleasure! Twin sisters. Flannery and Pasty, one went missing the night of prom and so the story begins. We go back and forth between 1972 and 1...

    In 1952 in Glass Ferry, Kentucky, twin sisters Patsy and Flannery prepare for prom night in different ways. Patsy has a date with her boyfriend Danny and Flannery has to go to work. Patsy and Danny never arrive at the prom and don't come home. No one knows if they ran off together or i...

    I received an advance copy of this wonderful story and am pleased to review it here. From the opening chapter, "Sisters" grabs and does not let go until long after the reader closes the back cover. Twin sisters, born eight minutes apart, live as might any other two girls competing ...

    Thanks to the publisher for this review copy! If you love dark Southern intrigue, this one may be for you. I enjoyed it for the most part, but it did feel like there were about 5 extraneous story lines and some overdramatic moments that could have been avoided. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a beautifully written, haunting book about sisters, sins, and secrets. Kim Michele Richardson has such a unique voice, putting the reader right into the middle of this story, its characters, and rural Kentucky. Spanning decades, this book tackles social is...

    Perhaps I should forsake historical fiction entirely and just read Southern Gothic. Better books, better writing, better atmosphere--and far more accurate--and better characters. This one is no exception. ...

  • Rebecca Kightlinger
    Jan 18, 2018

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

    From Kentucky?s finest Southern storyteller, Kim Michele Richardson returns following (2016) GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and (2015) Liar's Bench with her latest gripping mystery (her best yet), crime thriller: THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY ?Rich in character, strong family bon...

    Some books start off in a way that makes you just know that this book will work out very well. And, this beginning of this book with Flannery visiting her mother on her birthday and it's the twentieth one since Flannery's sister Patsy went missing. And, still, her mother expects that s...

    MY REVIEW OF ?THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY? by Kim Michele Richardson ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? by Kim Michele Richardson is an emotional and captivating novel. ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? is published by Kensington Publishing Corporation and will be out November 28,201...

    Let me just say, any time Kim has a book come out, I don't even need to know what it is about. Just yes please! The best writing ever! Pure pleasure! Twin sisters. Flannery and Pasty, one went missing the night of prom and so the story begins. We go back and forth between 1972 and 1...

    In 1952 in Glass Ferry, Kentucky, twin sisters Patsy and Flannery prepare for prom night in different ways. Patsy has a date with her boyfriend Danny and Flannery has to go to work. Patsy and Danny never arrive at the prom and don't come home. No one knows if they ran off together or i...

    I received an advance copy of this wonderful story and am pleased to review it here. From the opening chapter, "Sisters" grabs and does not let go until long after the reader closes the back cover. Twin sisters, born eight minutes apart, live as might any other two girls competing ...

    Thanks to the publisher for this review copy! If you love dark Southern intrigue, this one may be for you. I enjoyed it for the most part, but it did feel like there were about 5 extraneous story lines and some overdramatic moments that could have been avoided. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a beautifully written, haunting book about sisters, sins, and secrets. Kim Michele Richardson has such a unique voice, putting the reader right into the middle of this story, its characters, and rural Kentucky. Spanning decades, this book tackles social is...

    Perhaps I should forsake historical fiction entirely and just read Southern Gothic. Better books, better writing, better atmosphere--and far more accurate--and better characters. This one is no exception. ...

    Review also found at https://kristineandterri.blogspot.ca/... I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.  Thank you! I was drawn in to this story as I wanted to find out more about Patsy's story and what happened t...

    My Review~ "The Sisters of Glass Ferry" by Kim Michele Richardson ...this is Kim's third and latest work of fiction. I've read them all. My first insight: Her words are nothing less than poetic...She sculpts her words with texture...a true artist indeed. I read her stories and abso...

    Thank you NetGalley and Kensington Books for allowing me the privilege to read The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson. The following review contains thoughts and opinions that are entirely my own. The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson is impressive from ...

    I received this book through a Goodreads Giveaway. All opinions are my own. Many thanks to the author and publisher. In 1952, Flannery Butler's twin sister disappeared on Prom night without a trace. Since then rumors have followed Flannery about what might have happened to her siste...

    I received The Sisters in exchange for an honest review. The opinions posted are exclusively mine. This book came to me at a time where I am craving light and happy. You will get neither from this story. It is a well written Southern Fiction that incorporates very timely matters base...

    This book was immediately captivating. Twin sisters, prom night. 20 years later, one is still missing. Taking place in the whiskey country of Kentucky, Richards weaves an amazing tale of secrets, betrayal, and mystery that spans decades. From the 50s on that tragic night, all the way t...

    This story about two Kentucky sisters is a rich multi-generation tale that is soaked in bourbon, lies and loss. The ending was perfectly haunting. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry  is a southern-themed historical novel. It?s filled with complex characters. This dual timeline novel takes place in 1952 and 1972. It deals with the relationship between twins, Flannery and Patsy, their bootlegger family, and the entire small town of...

    A tale woven between darkness and light, longing and revenge, The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a novel not to be missed. Richardson?s ability to make you care about a character is unsurpassed. Two twins, Flannery and Patsy, born eight minutes apart, their closeness cannot be denied. ...

    Reading Flanerry?s story from a twin?s perspective myself was a bit raw for me. I related to Flannery as half of a set of twins and at times, it felt as if the author was in my own head! Quite an engrossing tale of family, loss, responsibility, and revenge. I really enjoyed the ma...

    This started off really well. I was impressed by the strongly flavored but modern-feeling Southern Gothic. The story was good but I think it just dragged on too long, especially considering the reader basically knows what happened before all the characters find out. So I don't know. Re...

    Hefty secrets create enormous guilt for family members living in the aftermath of a tragic event. Richardson's characters set forth on an emotional journey to understand their complicated past, which is as well-hidden as the gruesome discovery of a car pulled from the muddy river. A tw...

    I didn't enjoy this book. I don't know if it was just my mood or what but I kept laying the book down and not wanting to come back to it. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry Kim Michele Richardson, 2017, Kensington Publishing Company, pb, 255 pp, 15.00, 9781496709554 Lost things spilled onto the Kentucky?s banks, into fishermen?s hands, more than a few, revealing age-old secrets. Glass Ferry, Kentucky June, 1972 P...

  • Kate Olson
    Nov 28, 2017

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

    From Kentucky?s finest Southern storyteller, Kim Michele Richardson returns following (2016) GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and (2015) Liar's Bench with her latest gripping mystery (her best yet), crime thriller: THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY ?Rich in character, strong family bon...

    Some books start off in a way that makes you just know that this book will work out very well. And, this beginning of this book with Flannery visiting her mother on her birthday and it's the twentieth one since Flannery's sister Patsy went missing. And, still, her mother expects that s...

    MY REVIEW OF ?THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY? by Kim Michele Richardson ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? by Kim Michele Richardson is an emotional and captivating novel. ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? is published by Kensington Publishing Corporation and will be out November 28,201...

    Let me just say, any time Kim has a book come out, I don't even need to know what it is about. Just yes please! The best writing ever! Pure pleasure! Twin sisters. Flannery and Pasty, one went missing the night of prom and so the story begins. We go back and forth between 1972 and 1...

    In 1952 in Glass Ferry, Kentucky, twin sisters Patsy and Flannery prepare for prom night in different ways. Patsy has a date with her boyfriend Danny and Flannery has to go to work. Patsy and Danny never arrive at the prom and don't come home. No one knows if they ran off together or i...

    I received an advance copy of this wonderful story and am pleased to review it here. From the opening chapter, "Sisters" grabs and does not let go until long after the reader closes the back cover. Twin sisters, born eight minutes apart, live as might any other two girls competing ...

    Thanks to the publisher for this review copy! If you love dark Southern intrigue, this one may be for you. I enjoyed it for the most part, but it did feel like there were about 5 extraneous story lines and some overdramatic moments that could have been avoided. ...

  • Wit & Wonder Books
    Nov 30, 2017

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

    From Kentucky?s finest Southern storyteller, Kim Michele Richardson returns following (2016) GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and (2015) Liar's Bench with her latest gripping mystery (her best yet), crime thriller: THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY ?Rich in character, strong family bon...

    Some books start off in a way that makes you just know that this book will work out very well. And, this beginning of this book with Flannery visiting her mother on her birthday and it's the twentieth one since Flannery's sister Patsy went missing. And, still, her mother expects that s...

    MY REVIEW OF ?THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY? by Kim Michele Richardson ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? by Kim Michele Richardson is an emotional and captivating novel. ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? is published by Kensington Publishing Corporation and will be out November 28,201...

    Let me just say, any time Kim has a book come out, I don't even need to know what it is about. Just yes please! The best writing ever! Pure pleasure! Twin sisters. Flannery and Pasty, one went missing the night of prom and so the story begins. We go back and forth between 1972 and 1...

    In 1952 in Glass Ferry, Kentucky, twin sisters Patsy and Flannery prepare for prom night in different ways. Patsy has a date with her boyfriend Danny and Flannery has to go to work. Patsy and Danny never arrive at the prom and don't come home. No one knows if they ran off together or i...

    I received an advance copy of this wonderful story and am pleased to review it here. From the opening chapter, "Sisters" grabs and does not let go until long after the reader closes the back cover. Twin sisters, born eight minutes apart, live as might any other two girls competing ...

    Thanks to the publisher for this review copy! If you love dark Southern intrigue, this one may be for you. I enjoyed it for the most part, but it did feel like there were about 5 extraneous story lines and some overdramatic moments that could have been avoided. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a beautifully written, haunting book about sisters, sins, and secrets. Kim Michele Richardson has such a unique voice, putting the reader right into the middle of this story, its characters, and rural Kentucky. Spanning decades, this book tackles social is...

    Perhaps I should forsake historical fiction entirely and just read Southern Gothic. Better books, better writing, better atmosphere--and far more accurate--and better characters. This one is no exception. ...

    Review also found at https://kristineandterri.blogspot.ca/... I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.  Thank you! I was drawn in to this story as I wanted to find out more about Patsy's story and what happened t...

    My Review~ "The Sisters of Glass Ferry" by Kim Michele Richardson ...this is Kim's third and latest work of fiction. I've read them all. My first insight: Her words are nothing less than poetic...She sculpts her words with texture...a true artist indeed. I read her stories and abso...

    Thank you NetGalley and Kensington Books for allowing me the privilege to read The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson. The following review contains thoughts and opinions that are entirely my own. The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson is impressive from ...

    I received this book through a Goodreads Giveaway. All opinions are my own. Many thanks to the author and publisher. In 1952, Flannery Butler's twin sister disappeared on Prom night without a trace. Since then rumors have followed Flannery about what might have happened to her siste...

    I received The Sisters in exchange for an honest review. The opinions posted are exclusively mine. This book came to me at a time where I am craving light and happy. You will get neither from this story. It is a well written Southern Fiction that incorporates very timely matters base...

    This book was immediately captivating. Twin sisters, prom night. 20 years later, one is still missing. Taking place in the whiskey country of Kentucky, Richards weaves an amazing tale of secrets, betrayal, and mystery that spans decades. From the 50s on that tragic night, all the way t...

    This story about two Kentucky sisters is a rich multi-generation tale that is soaked in bourbon, lies and loss. The ending was perfectly haunting. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry  is a southern-themed historical novel. It?s filled with complex characters. This dual timeline novel takes place in 1952 and 1972. It deals with the relationship between twins, Flannery and Patsy, their bootlegger family, and the entire small town of...

    A tale woven between darkness and light, longing and revenge, The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a novel not to be missed. Richardson?s ability to make you care about a character is unsurpassed. Two twins, Flannery and Patsy, born eight minutes apart, their closeness cannot be denied. ...

    Reading Flanerry?s story from a twin?s perspective myself was a bit raw for me. I related to Flannery as half of a set of twins and at times, it felt as if the author was in my own head! Quite an engrossing tale of family, loss, responsibility, and revenge. I really enjoyed the ma...

    This started off really well. I was impressed by the strongly flavored but modern-feeling Southern Gothic. The story was good but I think it just dragged on too long, especially considering the reader basically knows what happened before all the characters find out. So I don't know. Re...

    Hefty secrets create enormous guilt for family members living in the aftermath of a tragic event. Richardson's characters set forth on an emotional journey to understand their complicated past, which is as well-hidden as the gruesome discovery of a car pulled from the muddy river. A tw...

    I didn't enjoy this book. I don't know if it was just my mood or what but I kept laying the book down and not wanting to come back to it. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry Kim Michele Richardson, 2017, Kensington Publishing Company, pb, 255 pp, 15.00, 9781496709554 Lost things spilled onto the Kentucky?s banks, into fishermen?s hands, more than a few, revealing age-old secrets. Glass Ferry, Kentucky June, 1972 P...

    Like any other small town, Glass Ferry teems with whispered tales. When a drought unearths a major secret from the past, Flannery Butler must confront family secrets ? hers and others ? that reach from the past to threaten the social hierarchy of Glass Ferry itself. The Sisters ...

    4.5 stars. Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for providing me with an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. This is a powerful story that stays with you for a long time, and although it wasn?t always pleasant reading about what takes place in the novel, I felt t...

    ** ARC provided by the author for an honest review ** Come with me to Glass Ferry, Kentucky, where secrets and lies rock the Butler family. The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson, brings you the story of twin sisters, one lost 20 years before, and the one that was left...

  • Tonni Callan
    Nov 27, 2017

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

    From Kentucky?s finest Southern storyteller, Kim Michele Richardson returns following (2016) GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and (2015) Liar's Bench with her latest gripping mystery (her best yet), crime thriller: THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY ?Rich in character, strong family bon...

    Some books start off in a way that makes you just know that this book will work out very well. And, this beginning of this book with Flannery visiting her mother on her birthday and it's the twentieth one since Flannery's sister Patsy went missing. And, still, her mother expects that s...

    MY REVIEW OF ?THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY? by Kim Michele Richardson ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? by Kim Michele Richardson is an emotional and captivating novel. ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? is published by Kensington Publishing Corporation and will be out November 28,201...

    Let me just say, any time Kim has a book come out, I don't even need to know what it is about. Just yes please! The best writing ever! Pure pleasure! Twin sisters. Flannery and Pasty, one went missing the night of prom and so the story begins. We go back and forth between 1972 and 1...

    In 1952 in Glass Ferry, Kentucky, twin sisters Patsy and Flannery prepare for prom night in different ways. Patsy has a date with her boyfriend Danny and Flannery has to go to work. Patsy and Danny never arrive at the prom and don't come home. No one knows if they ran off together or i...

    I received an advance copy of this wonderful story and am pleased to review it here. From the opening chapter, "Sisters" grabs and does not let go until long after the reader closes the back cover. Twin sisters, born eight minutes apart, live as might any other two girls competing ...

    Thanks to the publisher for this review copy! If you love dark Southern intrigue, this one may be for you. I enjoyed it for the most part, but it did feel like there were about 5 extraneous story lines and some overdramatic moments that could have been avoided. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a beautifully written, haunting book about sisters, sins, and secrets. Kim Michele Richardson has such a unique voice, putting the reader right into the middle of this story, its characters, and rural Kentucky. Spanning decades, this book tackles social is...

    Perhaps I should forsake historical fiction entirely and just read Southern Gothic. Better books, better writing, better atmosphere--and far more accurate--and better characters. This one is no exception. ...

    Review also found at https://kristineandterri.blogspot.ca/... I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.  Thank you! I was drawn in to this story as I wanted to find out more about Patsy's story and what happened t...

    My Review~ "The Sisters of Glass Ferry" by Kim Michele Richardson ...this is Kim's third and latest work of fiction. I've read them all. My first insight: Her words are nothing less than poetic...She sculpts her words with texture...a true artist indeed. I read her stories and abso...

    Thank you NetGalley and Kensington Books for allowing me the privilege to read The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson. The following review contains thoughts and opinions that are entirely my own. The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson is impressive from ...

    I received this book through a Goodreads Giveaway. All opinions are my own. Many thanks to the author and publisher. In 1952, Flannery Butler's twin sister disappeared on Prom night without a trace. Since then rumors have followed Flannery about what might have happened to her siste...

    I received The Sisters in exchange for an honest review. The opinions posted are exclusively mine. This book came to me at a time where I am craving light and happy. You will get neither from this story. It is a well written Southern Fiction that incorporates very timely matters base...

    This book was immediately captivating. Twin sisters, prom night. 20 years later, one is still missing. Taking place in the whiskey country of Kentucky, Richards weaves an amazing tale of secrets, betrayal, and mystery that spans decades. From the 50s on that tragic night, all the way t...

    This story about two Kentucky sisters is a rich multi-generation tale that is soaked in bourbon, lies and loss. The ending was perfectly haunting. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry  is a southern-themed historical novel. It?s filled with complex characters. This dual timeline novel takes place in 1952 and 1972. It deals with the relationship between twins, Flannery and Patsy, their bootlegger family, and the entire small town of...

    A tale woven between darkness and light, longing and revenge, The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a novel not to be missed. Richardson?s ability to make you care about a character is unsurpassed. Two twins, Flannery and Patsy, born eight minutes apart, their closeness cannot be denied. ...

    Reading Flanerry?s story from a twin?s perspective myself was a bit raw for me. I related to Flannery as half of a set of twins and at times, it felt as if the author was in my own head! Quite an engrossing tale of family, loss, responsibility, and revenge. I really enjoyed the ma...

  • Donna
    Jan 30, 2018

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

    From Kentucky?s finest Southern storyteller, Kim Michele Richardson returns following (2016) GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and (2015) Liar's Bench with her latest gripping mystery (her best yet), crime thriller: THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY ?Rich in character, strong family bon...

    Some books start off in a way that makes you just know that this book will work out very well. And, this beginning of this book with Flannery visiting her mother on her birthday and it's the twentieth one since Flannery's sister Patsy went missing. And, still, her mother expects that s...

    MY REVIEW OF ?THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY? by Kim Michele Richardson ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? by Kim Michele Richardson is an emotional and captivating novel. ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? is published by Kensington Publishing Corporation and will be out November 28,201...

    Let me just say, any time Kim has a book come out, I don't even need to know what it is about. Just yes please! The best writing ever! Pure pleasure! Twin sisters. Flannery and Pasty, one went missing the night of prom and so the story begins. We go back and forth between 1972 and 1...

    In 1952 in Glass Ferry, Kentucky, twin sisters Patsy and Flannery prepare for prom night in different ways. Patsy has a date with her boyfriend Danny and Flannery has to go to work. Patsy and Danny never arrive at the prom and don't come home. No one knows if they ran off together or i...

  • Jenny Day
    Oct 14, 2017

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

    From Kentucky?s finest Southern storyteller, Kim Michele Richardson returns following (2016) GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and (2015) Liar's Bench with her latest gripping mystery (her best yet), crime thriller: THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY ?Rich in character, strong family bon...

    Some books start off in a way that makes you just know that this book will work out very well. And, this beginning of this book with Flannery visiting her mother on her birthday and it's the twentieth one since Flannery's sister Patsy went missing. And, still, her mother expects that s...

    MY REVIEW OF ?THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY? by Kim Michele Richardson ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? by Kim Michele Richardson is an emotional and captivating novel. ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? is published by Kensington Publishing Corporation and will be out November 28,201...

    Let me just say, any time Kim has a book come out, I don't even need to know what it is about. Just yes please! The best writing ever! Pure pleasure! Twin sisters. Flannery and Pasty, one went missing the night of prom and so the story begins. We go back and forth between 1972 and 1...

    In 1952 in Glass Ferry, Kentucky, twin sisters Patsy and Flannery prepare for prom night in different ways. Patsy has a date with her boyfriend Danny and Flannery has to go to work. Patsy and Danny never arrive at the prom and don't come home. No one knows if they ran off together or i...

    I received an advance copy of this wonderful story and am pleased to review it here. From the opening chapter, "Sisters" grabs and does not let go until long after the reader closes the back cover. Twin sisters, born eight minutes apart, live as might any other two girls competing ...

    Thanks to the publisher for this review copy! If you love dark Southern intrigue, this one may be for you. I enjoyed it for the most part, but it did feel like there were about 5 extraneous story lines and some overdramatic moments that could have been avoided. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a beautifully written, haunting book about sisters, sins, and secrets. Kim Michele Richardson has such a unique voice, putting the reader right into the middle of this story, its characters, and rural Kentucky. Spanning decades, this book tackles social is...

    Perhaps I should forsake historical fiction entirely and just read Southern Gothic. Better books, better writing, better atmosphere--and far more accurate--and better characters. This one is no exception. ...

    Review also found at https://kristineandterri.blogspot.ca/... I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.  Thank you! I was drawn in to this story as I wanted to find out more about Patsy's story and what happened t...

    My Review~ "The Sisters of Glass Ferry" by Kim Michele Richardson ...this is Kim's third and latest work of fiction. I've read them all. My first insight: Her words are nothing less than poetic...She sculpts her words with texture...a true artist indeed. I read her stories and abso...

    Thank you NetGalley and Kensington Books for allowing me the privilege to read The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson. The following review contains thoughts and opinions that are entirely my own. The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson is impressive from ...

    I received this book through a Goodreads Giveaway. All opinions are my own. Many thanks to the author and publisher. In 1952, Flannery Butler's twin sister disappeared on Prom night without a trace. Since then rumors have followed Flannery about what might have happened to her siste...

    I received The Sisters in exchange for an honest review. The opinions posted are exclusively mine. This book came to me at a time where I am craving light and happy. You will get neither from this story. It is a well written Southern Fiction that incorporates very timely matters base...

    This book was immediately captivating. Twin sisters, prom night. 20 years later, one is still missing. Taking place in the whiskey country of Kentucky, Richards weaves an amazing tale of secrets, betrayal, and mystery that spans decades. From the 50s on that tragic night, all the way t...

    This story about two Kentucky sisters is a rich multi-generation tale that is soaked in bourbon, lies and loss. The ending was perfectly haunting. ...

  • Pauline
    Nov 08, 2017

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

  • Carla Suto
    Jan 12, 2018

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

    From Kentucky?s finest Southern storyteller, Kim Michele Richardson returns following (2016) GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and (2015) Liar's Bench with her latest gripping mystery (her best yet), crime thriller: THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY ?Rich in character, strong family bon...

    Some books start off in a way that makes you just know that this book will work out very well. And, this beginning of this book with Flannery visiting her mother on her birthday and it's the twentieth one since Flannery's sister Patsy went missing. And, still, her mother expects that s...

    MY REVIEW OF ?THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY? by Kim Michele Richardson ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? by Kim Michele Richardson is an emotional and captivating novel. ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? is published by Kensington Publishing Corporation and will be out November 28,201...

    Let me just say, any time Kim has a book come out, I don't even need to know what it is about. Just yes please! The best writing ever! Pure pleasure! Twin sisters. Flannery and Pasty, one went missing the night of prom and so the story begins. We go back and forth between 1972 and 1...

    In 1952 in Glass Ferry, Kentucky, twin sisters Patsy and Flannery prepare for prom night in different ways. Patsy has a date with her boyfriend Danny and Flannery has to go to work. Patsy and Danny never arrive at the prom and don't come home. No one knows if they ran off together or i...

    I received an advance copy of this wonderful story and am pleased to review it here. From the opening chapter, "Sisters" grabs and does not let go until long after the reader closes the back cover. Twin sisters, born eight minutes apart, live as might any other two girls competing ...

    Thanks to the publisher for this review copy! If you love dark Southern intrigue, this one may be for you. I enjoyed it for the most part, but it did feel like there were about 5 extraneous story lines and some overdramatic moments that could have been avoided. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a beautifully written, haunting book about sisters, sins, and secrets. Kim Michele Richardson has such a unique voice, putting the reader right into the middle of this story, its characters, and rural Kentucky. Spanning decades, this book tackles social is...

    Perhaps I should forsake historical fiction entirely and just read Southern Gothic. Better books, better writing, better atmosphere--and far more accurate--and better characters. This one is no exception. ...

    Review also found at https://kristineandterri.blogspot.ca/... I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.  Thank you! I was drawn in to this story as I wanted to find out more about Patsy's story and what happened t...

    My Review~ "The Sisters of Glass Ferry" by Kim Michele Richardson ...this is Kim's third and latest work of fiction. I've read them all. My first insight: Her words are nothing less than poetic...She sculpts her words with texture...a true artist indeed. I read her stories and abso...

    Thank you NetGalley and Kensington Books for allowing me the privilege to read The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson. The following review contains thoughts and opinions that are entirely my own. The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson is impressive from ...

    I received this book through a Goodreads Giveaway. All opinions are my own. Many thanks to the author and publisher. In 1952, Flannery Butler's twin sister disappeared on Prom night without a trace. Since then rumors have followed Flannery about what might have happened to her siste...

    I received The Sisters in exchange for an honest review. The opinions posted are exclusively mine. This book came to me at a time where I am craving light and happy. You will get neither from this story. It is a well written Southern Fiction that incorporates very timely matters base...

    This book was immediately captivating. Twin sisters, prom night. 20 years later, one is still missing. Taking place in the whiskey country of Kentucky, Richards weaves an amazing tale of secrets, betrayal, and mystery that spans decades. From the 50s on that tragic night, all the way t...

    This story about two Kentucky sisters is a rich multi-generation tale that is soaked in bourbon, lies and loss. The ending was perfectly haunting. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry  is a southern-themed historical novel. It?s filled with complex characters. This dual timeline novel takes place in 1952 and 1972. It deals with the relationship between twins, Flannery and Patsy, their bootlegger family, and the entire small town of...

    A tale woven between darkness and light, longing and revenge, The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a novel not to be missed. Richardson?s ability to make you care about a character is unsurpassed. Two twins, Flannery and Patsy, born eight minutes apart, their closeness cannot be denied. ...

    Reading Flanerry?s story from a twin?s perspective myself was a bit raw for me. I related to Flannery as half of a set of twins and at times, it felt as if the author was in my own head! Quite an engrossing tale of family, loss, responsibility, and revenge. I really enjoyed the ma...

    This started off really well. I was impressed by the strongly flavored but modern-feeling Southern Gothic. The story was good but I think it just dragged on too long, especially considering the reader basically knows what happened before all the characters find out. So I don't know. Re...

    Hefty secrets create enormous guilt for family members living in the aftermath of a tragic event. Richardson's characters set forth on an emotional journey to understand their complicated past, which is as well-hidden as the gruesome discovery of a car pulled from the muddy river. A tw...

    I didn't enjoy this book. I don't know if it was just my mood or what but I kept laying the book down and not wanting to come back to it. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry Kim Michele Richardson, 2017, Kensington Publishing Company, pb, 255 pp, 15.00, 9781496709554 Lost things spilled onto the Kentucky?s banks, into fishermen?s hands, more than a few, revealing age-old secrets. Glass Ferry, Kentucky June, 1972 P...

    Like any other small town, Glass Ferry teems with whispered tales. When a drought unearths a major secret from the past, Flannery Butler must confront family secrets ? hers and others ? that reach from the past to threaten the social hierarchy of Glass Ferry itself. The Sisters ...

    4.5 stars. Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for providing me with an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. This is a powerful story that stays with you for a long time, and although it wasn?t always pleasant reading about what takes place in the novel, I felt t...

    ** ARC provided by the author for an honest review ** Come with me to Glass Ferry, Kentucky, where secrets and lies rock the Butler family. The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson, brings you the story of twin sisters, one lost 20 years before, and the one that was left...

    THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY by Kim Michele Richardson is a haunting story of family bonds, small town secrets, tragic loss and atonement. It is set in the rural town of Glass Ferry, Kentucky, along the banks of the Kentucky River. Bourbon making has been a way of life for many in this a...

  • bookellenic
    Nov 30, 2017

    3.5 What I thought I was getting: I felt like reading a good, old Southern novel, maybe gothic in tone, full of Southern charm and mannerisms. I have pretty much quit reading book summaries as they so often spoil the read, give too much away. So...I saw the blurb, sisters, secrets, fam...

    The sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson was a story of rape, domestic abuse and family secrets. The story it told in two different time lines by twin sisters. The story had a few twist and turns and had some surprises. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books f...

    From Kentucky?s finest Southern storyteller, Kim Michele Richardson returns following (2016) GodPretty in the Tobacco Field and (2015) Liar's Bench with her latest gripping mystery (her best yet), crime thriller: THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY ?Rich in character, strong family bon...

    Some books start off in a way that makes you just know that this book will work out very well. And, this beginning of this book with Flannery visiting her mother on her birthday and it's the twentieth one since Flannery's sister Patsy went missing. And, still, her mother expects that s...

    MY REVIEW OF ?THE SISTERS OF GLASS FERRY? by Kim Michele Richardson ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? by Kim Michele Richardson is an emotional and captivating novel. ?The Sisters of Glass Ferry? is published by Kensington Publishing Corporation and will be out November 28,201...

    Let me just say, any time Kim has a book come out, I don't even need to know what it is about. Just yes please! The best writing ever! Pure pleasure! Twin sisters. Flannery and Pasty, one went missing the night of prom and so the story begins. We go back and forth between 1972 and 1...

    In 1952 in Glass Ferry, Kentucky, twin sisters Patsy and Flannery prepare for prom night in different ways. Patsy has a date with her boyfriend Danny and Flannery has to go to work. Patsy and Danny never arrive at the prom and don't come home. No one knows if they ran off together or i...

    I received an advance copy of this wonderful story and am pleased to review it here. From the opening chapter, "Sisters" grabs and does not let go until long after the reader closes the back cover. Twin sisters, born eight minutes apart, live as might any other two girls competing ...

    Thanks to the publisher for this review copy! If you love dark Southern intrigue, this one may be for you. I enjoyed it for the most part, but it did feel like there were about 5 extraneous story lines and some overdramatic moments that could have been avoided. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a beautifully written, haunting book about sisters, sins, and secrets. Kim Michele Richardson has such a unique voice, putting the reader right into the middle of this story, its characters, and rural Kentucky. Spanning decades, this book tackles social is...

    Perhaps I should forsake historical fiction entirely and just read Southern Gothic. Better books, better writing, better atmosphere--and far more accurate--and better characters. This one is no exception. ...

    Review also found at https://kristineandterri.blogspot.ca/... I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.  Thank you! I was drawn in to this story as I wanted to find out more about Patsy's story and what happened t...

    My Review~ "The Sisters of Glass Ferry" by Kim Michele Richardson ...this is Kim's third and latest work of fiction. I've read them all. My first insight: Her words are nothing less than poetic...She sculpts her words with texture...a true artist indeed. I read her stories and abso...

    Thank you NetGalley and Kensington Books for allowing me the privilege to read The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson. The following review contains thoughts and opinions that are entirely my own. The Sisters of Glass Ferry by Kim Michele Richardson is impressive from ...

    I received this book through a Goodreads Giveaway. All opinions are my own. Many thanks to the author and publisher. In 1952, Flannery Butler's twin sister disappeared on Prom night without a trace. Since then rumors have followed Flannery about what might have happened to her siste...

    I received The Sisters in exchange for an honest review. The opinions posted are exclusively mine. This book came to me at a time where I am craving light and happy. You will get neither from this story. It is a well written Southern Fiction that incorporates very timely matters base...

    This book was immediately captivating. Twin sisters, prom night. 20 years later, one is still missing. Taking place in the whiskey country of Kentucky, Richards weaves an amazing tale of secrets, betrayal, and mystery that spans decades. From the 50s on that tragic night, all the way t...

    This story about two Kentucky sisters is a rich multi-generation tale that is soaked in bourbon, lies and loss. The ending was perfectly haunting. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry  is a southern-themed historical novel. It?s filled with complex characters. This dual timeline novel takes place in 1952 and 1972. It deals with the relationship between twins, Flannery and Patsy, their bootlegger family, and the entire small town of...

    A tale woven between darkness and light, longing and revenge, The Sisters of Glass Ferry is a novel not to be missed. Richardson?s ability to make you care about a character is unsurpassed. Two twins, Flannery and Patsy, born eight minutes apart, their closeness cannot be denied. ...

    Reading Flanerry?s story from a twin?s perspective myself was a bit raw for me. I related to Flannery as half of a set of twins and at times, it felt as if the author was in my own head! Quite an engrossing tale of family, loss, responsibility, and revenge. I really enjoyed the ma...

    This started off really well. I was impressed by the strongly flavored but modern-feeling Southern Gothic. The story was good but I think it just dragged on too long, especially considering the reader basically knows what happened before all the characters find out. So I don't know. Re...

    Hefty secrets create enormous guilt for family members living in the aftermath of a tragic event. Richardson's characters set forth on an emotional journey to understand their complicated past, which is as well-hidden as the gruesome discovery of a car pulled from the muddy river. A tw...

    I didn't enjoy this book. I don't know if it was just my mood or what but I kept laying the book down and not wanting to come back to it. ...

    The Sisters of Glass Ferry Kim Michele Richardson, 2017, Kensington Publishing Company, pb, 255 pp, 15.00, 9781496709554 Lost things spilled onto the Kentucky?s banks, into fishermen?s hands, more than a few, revealing age-old secrets. Glass Ferry, Kentucky June, 1972 P...

    Like any other small town, Glass Ferry teems with whispered tales. When a drought unearths a major secret from the past, Flannery Butler must confront family secrets ? hers and others ? that reach from the past to threaten the social hierarchy of Glass Ferry itself. The Sisters ...

    4.5 stars. Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for providing me with an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. This is a powerful story that stays with you for a long time, and although it wasn?t always pleasant reading about what takes place in the novel, I felt t...