What others are saying

 There are many practitioners of the craft of writing historical fiction, but few of those raise the genre to the level of art as gracefully as June Hall McCash….Marguerite’s Landing is a story of love, and of sorrow, and of family, and of the birth of a nation…an extraordinary tale written by an exceptional author. I will read this book again.

       Raymond L. Atkins, award-winning author of Sweetwater Blues and Camp Redemption

 

What a wonderful story June Hall McCash has woven! I couldn’t put the book down and placed everything on hold for three days to complete a reading of Marguerite’s Landing without interruption. In a nutshell, she is an outstanding novelist.

       Buddy Sullivan, author of A Georgia Tidewater Companion and Georgia: A State History

 

[T]he American South has been one of the world’s most fertile sources for fascinating stories and great literature. The tale of Robert Stafford, his slave mistress Zabette, and their six children [Plum Orchard: A Novel of Cumberland Island] is one of the most compelling sagas ever to come out of the region…a deeply intriguing story of human nature.

       Charles Seabrook, author of Cumberland Island: Strong Women, Wild Horses and a columnist for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution

 

McCash’s evocative novel [Almost to Eden] could well have been envisioned by Edith Wharton or Henry James. This Upstairs Downstairs tale weaves fact and fiction and the result is a delightful and moving read both for serious students of history as well as the casual reader.

      Rick Hutto, author of The Gilded Cage and Crowning Glory

 

June McCash…has done it again – this time in fiction.  She’s blended her love of history and storytelling into a heart-rending novel [Almost to Eden]… a soul-stirring, spirit-moving saga that spans the Atlantic and three generations. Reading requirements – a hot mug of something and a box of hankies.

      Stephen Doster, author of Voices from St.Simons and Lord Baltimore

 

June McCash’s debut novel spins an intricate and compelling tale with unfolding events worthy of Dickens.

      Darnell Arnoult, author of Sufficient Grace