A Sunday in June

A Sunday in June by Phyllis Alesia Perry

"Perry is a careful storyteller, and the novel is well crafted. She has a gift for dialect; her characters speak simply and naturally, and their voices change as they age and as their circumstances change. Perry tenderly conveys the closeness of the small "colored" (to use the parlance of the day and the author's description) community of Johnson Creek, and the affection of the Mobleys for each other is palpable..."