Peach Tree Road by Anne Rivers Siddons First Edition 1991 Hardcover Harper & Row

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 A Haunting Tale of Southern Elegance and Tragedy

Step into the old genteel world of Atlanta's Peachtree Road, where today's vibrant "Hotlanta" has been buried beneath faded memories. Anne Rivers Siddons weaves a captivating tale of family, obsession, and the haunting legacy of the past.

A Journey Through Lives Entwined

The novel unfolds through the eyes of Shep Bondurant, whose life is inexorably linked to his cousin, Lucy. Shep's story is one of enduring loyalty and unbreakable bonds from childhood to Lucy's tragic end. As Lucy's eccentricities and failures escalate, Shep's devotion turns into a heartbreaking addiction, leading to a shocking conclusion.


  • Title: Peach Tree Road
  • Author: Anne Rivers Siddons
  • Publication Date: 1991
  • Publisher: Harper & Row
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Pages: 556
  • Dimensions: 10x7x1 inches
  • Language: English
  • Condition: Wear on the cover spotting on page ends, as shown in photos

About the Author

Anne Rivers Siddons was a celebrated American novelist best known for her deeply evocative stories set in the Southern United States. Her works are renowned for their rich characterizations and exploration of complex themes. Siddons received numerous accolades throughout her career, including the Georgia Author of the Year and Southeastern Library Association awards.

Dive into Southern Gothic

With vivid descriptions and powerful drama, "Peach Tree Road" depicts a bygone era. The story begins with Lucy's funeral and travels back, revealing the intricate web of events that shaped their lives. This richly layered novel begs to be read twice, offering new insights with each page turn.

Explore More:

For more insights into the rich tapestry of Southern life depicted in Anne Rivers Siddons' works, read our article "Exploring the Deep South Through Anne Rivers Siddons Books." Discover how her novels capture the essence of the Southern United States and why they remain timeless treasures.

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