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Dorothea Benton Frank


USA flag (1951 - 2019)

Dorothea Benton Frank was born and raised on Sullivan's Island, South Carolina. The New York Times bestselling author of Sullivan's Island and Plantation, she was a nationally recognized volunteer fundraiser for the arts and education, and an advocate of literacy programs and women's issues.

Genres: Romance, General Fiction
 
Series
Lowcountry Tales
   1. Sullivan's Island (1999)
   2. Plantation (2001)
   3. Isle of Palms (2003)
   4. Shem Creek (2002)
   5. Pawley's Island (2005)
   6. Return to Sullivan's Island (2009)
   7. Lowcountry Summer (2010)
   8. Folly Beach (2011)
   9. Bulls Island (2008)
   10. The Hurricane Sisters (2014)
   11. All the Single Ladies (2015)
     aka Carolina Girls
   12. Same Beach, Next Year (2017)
   13. Queen Bee (2019)
   14. Reunion Beach (2021)
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Novels
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Omnibus
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Picture Books
   Teddy Spaghetti (2020) (with Victoria Benton Frank)
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Dorothea Benton Frank recommends
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When Light Breaks (2006)
Patti Callahan Henry
"About all the things that make us worthy as human beings... integrity, honesty, and living the life you are meant to live... a triumph."
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Cold Rock River (2006)
J L Miles
"A powerful story of family, love, and loss that will keep you up into the wee hours. Absolutely wonderful! Beautifully told and straight from the heart of an exquisitely talented writer."
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Deceptive Intentions (2008)
(Leo Hoffman, book 2)
M L Malcolm
"It has everything you want: suspense, adventure, and romance across several continents."
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The Art of Saying Goodbye (2011)
Ellyn Bache
"A deeply felt and beautiful story that portrays what friends can mean to each other. Bache has the perfect pitch. I can't wait to read what she writes next. Bravo!"
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The Summer Cottage (2019)
Viola Shipman
"Every now and then a new voice in fiction arrives to completely charm, entertain and remind us what matters. Viola Shipman is that voice and The Summer Cottage is that absolutely irresistible and necessary novel."

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