On Sugar Hill, #2
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On Sugar Hill, #2  -     By: Ane Mulligan

On Sugar Hill, #2

Heritage Beacon Press / 2021 / Paperback

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The day Cora Fitzgerald turned sixteen, she fled Sugar Hill for the bright lights of New York City, leaving behind her senator father's abuse. But just as her career takes off, she's summoned home.

The stock market has crashed. The senator is dead. Her mother is delusional, and her mute Aunt Clara pens novels that expose the town's secrets. Then there's Boone Robertson, who never knew she was alive back in high school but now manages to be around whenever was alive in highschool but now manages to be around whenever she needs help.

And the Fitzgerald women need a lot of help, indeed. They are forced to find a way to make ends meet, whether it's mining for gold or doing what Southern women have done for generations in times of need-turning their home into a boardinghouse.

But will the people of Cora's past keep her from returning to a brilliant future?

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Title: On Sugar Hill, #2
By: Ane Mulligan
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 296
Vendor: Heritage Beacon Press
Publication Date: 2021
Dimensions: 9 X 6 X 0.74 (inches)
Weight: 1 pound 2 ounces
ISBN: 1645262995
ISBN-13: 9781645262992
Series: Georgia Magnolias
Stock No: WW262995

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To make ends meet, the Fitzgerald women must open their home as a boardinghouse, but will the secrets they uncover prove their undoing?

The day Cora Fitzgerald turned sixteen, she fled Sugar Hill for the bright lights of New York City, leaving behind her senator father's abuse. But just as her career takes off, she's summoned home.

The stock market has crashed. The senator is dead. Her mother is delusional, and her mute Aunt Clara pens novels that expose the town's secrets. Then there's Boone Robertson, who never knew she was alive back in high school but now manages to be around whenever she needs help.

And the Fitzgerald women need a lot of help, indeed. They are forced to find a way to make ends meet, whether it's mining for gold or doing what Southern women have done for generations in times of need--turning their home into a boardinghouse.

But will the people of Cora's past keep her from returning to a brilliant future?

Author Bio

Ane Mulligan has been a voracious reader ever since her mom instilled within her a love of reading at age three, escaping into worlds otherwise unknown. But when Ane saw Peter Pan onstage, she was struck with a fever from which she never recovered—stage fever. She submerged herself in drama throughout high school and college. One day, her two loves collided, and a best-selling, award-winning novelist emerged. She lives in Sugar Hill, Georgia, with her artist husband and a rascally Rottweiler. Find Ane on her website: anemulligan.com.

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Ane Mulligan has been a voracious reader ever since her mom instilled within her a love of reading at age three, escaping into worlds otherwise unknown. But when Ane saw Peter Pan onstage, she was struck with a fever from which she never recovered—stage fever. She submerged herself in drama throughout high school and college. One day, her two loves collided, and a best-selling, award-winning novelist emerged. She lives in Sugar Hill, Georgia, with her artist husband and a rascally Rottwei-ler.

Editorial Reviews

"Just like today, the struggle of life is very real for Cora, a heroine you’ll cheer for and love. This heartwarming story of family and faith is a sure-to-please gem. This is one for your keeper shelf." ~Michelle Griep, Christy Award-winning author of Once Upon a Dickens Christmas


"Mulligan’s grasp of vaudeville and the theater is on full display in this engaging tale of mystery and romance. She’s a true master in the Depression-era niche." ~Elizabeth Ludwig, USA Today bestselling author


"A vaudeville star, a dash of romance, a long-kept secret, and Mulligan’s trademark Southern charm makes On Sugar Hill a tale that is sure to delight readers and leave them begging for more. I was swept back into a different era with this heartwarming story of loss, healing, and restoration." ~Tara Johnson, author of Engraved on the Heart, Where Dandelions Bloom, and All Through the Night


"What a delightful book! With fun, quirky characters, On Sugar Hill tells the story of a Southern woman doing what she must to survive the Great Depression without losing her sense of self or sense of adventure. Enjoy!" ~ Gayle Roper, Award-winning author, Sea Change, Hide and Seek


“I loved it, especially the historical detail. Mulligan really captured that time period with the stock market crash and the terminal vaudeville diagnosis. The pull of home for a small-town girl and the attraction of NYC rings true.” ~Marty Snowden, Reader

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