Can’t-Wait Wednesday: Daughters of Green Mountain Gap by Teri M. Brown

Can’t-Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme that highlights books soon to be released, the ones we’re excited about but haven’t read yet. It’s hosted by Wishful Endings, and was formerly hosted by Breaking the Spine. Y’all can check out all of this week’s Can’t-Wait Wednesday posts here.

If y’all have followed along with the blog for a bit, you know how much I love Teri M. Brown’s historical fiction. If not, catch up on my reviews here! She’s an author whose books I’ll read, no questions asked, and I am ridiculously excited that she’s got a new book coming out.

Title: Daughters of Green Mountain Gap

Author: Teri M. Brown

Publisher: Atmosphere Press


An Appalachian granny woman. A daughter on a crusade. A granddaughter caught between the two.

Maggie McCoury, a generational healer woman, relies on family traditions, folklore, and beliefs gleaned from a local Cherokee tribe. Her daughter, Carrie Ann, believes her university training holds the answers. As they clash over the use of roots, herbs, and a dash of mountain magic versus the medicine available in the town’s apothecary, Josie Mae doesn’t know whom to follow. But what happens when neither family traditions nor science can save the ones you love most?

Daughters of Green Mountain Gap weaves a compelling tale of Maggie, Carrie Ann, and Josie Mae, three generations of remarkable North Carolina women living at the turn of the twentieth century, shedding light on racism, fear of change, loss of traditions, and the intricate dynamics within a family. Author Teri M. Brown skillfully navigates the complexities of their lives, revealing that some questions are not as easy to answer as one might think.

Aw, yeah! It’s going to be good. Y’all be sure to pop by in January, when I’ll have the opportunity to share my review.

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2 Responses to Can’t-Wait Wednesday: Daughters of Green Mountain Gap by Teri M. Brown

  1. I can see why you are looking forward to this one. I enjoy historical fiction too and want to know more about these three women. Thank you for bringing this book to my attention.

  2. Ashley S. says:

    This sounds fantastic! I’m adding it to my wishlist right now. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

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