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Publisher's Summary

A best-selling author spins one of the most breathtaking stories of her career: a Gothic saga of lust, greed, and betrayal. When beautiful, dirt-poor Ruth Yancey rises to become mistress of Sparta, Georgia's finest mansion, she reveals a heart of pure evil.
For three generations, she rules the mansion through cruel manipulation and insinuation, breaking hearts and shattering souls - until one courageous woman decides to match her madness.
©1981 Anne River Siddons (P)1995 Recorded Books, LLC
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5 out of 5 stars
By Douglas on 01-18-10

Narrated litrature at its best

I first listened to this book 10 years ago and was excited to see audibles now caries it. ARSiddons is an amazing author in the same style as Pat Conroy and this is one of her best works. Not only is the Classic Southern Gothic writing style incredible, But it is also read by the only person who does work like this Justice, Mrs.Sally Darling makes the characters and the this wonderfully complex story come to life with her amazing narration.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Leslie on 12-19-12

Anne River Siddons' southern gothic masterpeice

What other book might you compare Fox's Earth to and why?

Barbara Kingslover's "The Poisenwood Bible". Both seem to be the most important book of their career.

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