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Author: Johnathon Scott Barrett
Date/Time: Monday 05/06/2024 at 11:00 AM
Book: Ship Watch
Synopsis: Set around the renowned and historical homestead at the center of the drama, "Ship Watch" weaves together six intertwined relationships that extend from the gentrified city of Savannah and into the wealthy enclaves of Sea Island, Highlands, and Atlanta's Buckhead. The novel's characters are drawn in the loom by the family's elegantly formidable matriarch, Grand Martha, and form a multi-generational tapestry that includes the misfortunes of divorce and betrayal – but in more and even better measure opportunities for redemption, rediscovery, and the rarified gift of 'second love.' By combining an encompassing setting having a solid sense of place along with characters that are captivating and rather extraordinary, "Ship Watch" is a sometimes bittersweet, yet often comedic, Southern tour-de-force debut novel. Heretofore, Johnathon, a seventh-generation Georgian who has a deep appreciation for the history, foodways, and culture of the South, has been celebrated for his highly readable, highly eatable, and highly entertaining cookbooks – "Cook & Tell," "Rise & Shine," and "Cook & Celebrate!"
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