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    Dorothea Benton Frank
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    Piatkus Books (July 2005)
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Titles by Dorothea Benton Frank. Dorothea benton frank. Berkley books, new york.

Titles by Dorothea Benton Frank. The berkley publishing group. Published by the Penguin Group.

Dorothea Benton Frank was born and raised on Sullivan's Island, South Carolina. She is the New York Times bestselling author of the Lowcountry Tales Series which includes the books Sullivan's Island and Plantation. Her title's have often made the Best Seller List such as: Porch Lights, The Last Original Wife, The Hurricane Sisters, All the Single Ladies, All Summer Long, Return to Sullivans Island, and Same Beach, Next Year. Dorothea Olivia Benton was born on Sept. 12, 1951, on Sullivan¿s Island.

Pawleys Island- another excellent Dorothea Benton Frank book. By mdaisy68, June 14 Verified Purchase. Dorothea Benton Frank-absolutely love her books.

Dorothea Benton Frank, author of 20 bestselling novels set in the Low Country of South Carolina, died Monday .

Dorothea Benton Frank, author of 20 bestselling novels set in the Low Country of South Carolina, died Monday, September 2, 2019 following a brief struggle with leukemia. She was 67 years old and is survived by her husband Peter Richard Frank, daughter Victoria Frank Peluso (husband Carmine Peluso), grandson Theodore Anthony Peluso, and son William Richard Frank (wife Madeline Clark Frank).

Pawleys Island - Dorothea Benton Frank. That seemed to be the general consensus of everyone on Pawleys Island. It’s a simple retreat for some and a spa for the soul to others. One thing is certain: it’s unlike any other place in God’s entire creation.

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Dorothea Benton Frank. Another gorgeous day. Blue skies, billowing clouds and the sun rising with the mercury. Eastern breezes rustled the palmettos and sea oats. to assume the lizard position. They were scattered and prone, armed with coolers, beach chairs, novels, visors and canvas bags of towels, toys and lotions, littered all along the edges of the Atlantic in both directions. They looked like clusters of human solar batteries recharging themselves in drowsy warmth.

Dorothea Olivia Benton Frank (September 12, 1951 – September 2, 2019) was a best-selling American novelist. Her novels, including Porch Lights and By Invitation Only, are set in South Carolina. Dorothea Benton Frank was born and grew up on Sullivan's Island in South Carolina. She attended Bishop England High School in Charleston, and then General William Moultrie High School, from where she graduated in 1969

Wonderful book and series. However, on Kindle I am unable to get the next book in the series, Return to Sullivan's Island. It is unavailable on Kindle. Folly Beach is not available either. I love all book by Dorothea Benton Frank. It details emotions and situations that many of us experience in our families. It is fun and enlightening to read about the fun way they handle it. Her writing is very descriptive and I learned so much from places they traveled to.
I've now read four of Dorothea Benton Frank's Lowcountry books and have loved each one. The characters come alive on the pages and I find myself thinking about them all the time before I finish the book. Hers are not the type of books you "have to get into," because you are captured in the first few pages. I am also learning a lot about the Lowcountry area and find it fascinating. This is an author I am sticking with!
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I have listened to and read many of DBF's books, but I had to return the audible copy of it and "read" the book. As a rule "authors" should not narrate their own books. But I really didn't care for this Pawleys Island after "reading" it either. It almost seemed like someone else wrote it. I hope the books I have not read yet are not like this one...because I really do like her stories.
Last year I actually traveled to the Low Country of South Caroline, simply drawn by Doretha’s descriptions and stories. To say she is a favorite author of mine would be an understatement.
I visited Pawley’s Island, Isle of Palm and all the other places she writes of. They had to drag me kicking and screaming out of Charleston!
To top it all I actually got to a luncheon and book-signing and sat at the Author’s Table with Ms. Benton-Frank.
I am her avid stalker?!!
Anything she writes is sure to be filled with history, humor and huge tales of dysfunctional familes and friends.
I have read this book several times, just as I do with all her books! You will love her.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book because of visiting Pawleys Island so often. I smiled as the story traveled over roads that I travel & even experienced weather that I had experienced. I enjoyed how this book demonstrated the growing of women of all ages. New carreers, new relationships & new homes were discovered & molded into life changing experiences. It is the story of a brutal divorce and how it effected so many. Even the worst of times allows us to grow, meet wonderful new people & even open our hearts to solid new relationships. Love the book.....
Disappointing shallow dialogue and character development. I have loved several of this author's books but this will not be one I remember as realistic or tasteful or representative of what being a strong woman from the south means. There is some disappointingly bad dialogue between a mother and her teenage daughter, which comes off as treating what could be a serious and important coachable moment about body image as something that can be resolved with flip comments. The death of a child and the complications of an extramarital affair end up miraculously handled, resolved and disposed of without addressing the realistic feelings that would actually be generated by those events. So disappointed.
I'm a fan of Dorothea Benton Frank. I like her writing style- her descriptions, her characters, the flavor she injects into each scene, and the locales of many of her novels. I find it a good way to just relax and enjoy.
I love her stories about Sullivan's Island so I thought Pawleys Island would be similar. Seeing we live in Myrtle Beach, it is always interesting to read about places fairly close to home. Her characters in this book were not quite as realistic as in her other books but still a good read. I'll always buy her books, she usually writes about people in a way that makes you want to be their friend, to know them better, to be a next door neighbor or at the least, a dinner companion!