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Romance
Author: Rhett Devane
ISBN: 0974303925
Subcategory: Contemporary
Pages 279 pages
Publisher Rabid Press; First Edition edition (September 30, 2005)
Language English
Category: Romance
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 871
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by Rhett Devane


Up the Devil’s Belly. a novel by. Rhett DeVane. This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents portrayed in this novel are either products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously.

Up the Devil’s Belly. Up the Devil’s Belly. Any resemblance to actual events, locales, or person-living or dead-is entirely coincidental.

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Rhett DeVane is the author of six published mainstream fiction novels: The Madhatter's Guide to Chocolate, Up the Devil's Belly, Mama’s Comfort Food, Cathead Crazy, Suicide Supper Club, and Secondhand Sister. She is the coauthor of two novels: Evenings on Dark Island with Larry Rock and Accidental Ambition with Robert W. McKnight. She also authored middle grade fantasy, Elsbeth and Sim and Dig Within, the first two books in the Tales from The Emerald Mountains series. Suicide Supper Club received the 2014 President’s Award from the Florida Authors and Publishers Association.

Up the Devil's Belly. Dig Within: Tales from the Emerald Mountains, Book Two. The Madhatter's Guide To Chocolate. Elsbeth and Sim (Tales from the Emerald Mountains).

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Последние твиты от Rhett DeVane (emadhatter). Award-winning author of humorous southern fiction. The start of the Hooch series by Rhett DeVane. Laugh, cry, and experience the South in ways you never dreamed. Keeper of a green dragon. panhandle of Florida. 0 ответов 0 ретвитов 0 отметок Нравится.

With the arrival of a new generation of the Davis-Lewis family, and the opening of an upscale day spa, confidence is finally returning to the small Florida town of Chattahoochee. The triumph over the vicious hate crime that crippled Jake Witherspoon has become a subtle right of passage, hardly mentioned in the day to day hustle and bustle of birthdays and business plans.

Learn more about Rhett Devane. Included in her line-up are "Elsbeth and Sim" and "Dig Within," Middle Grade chapter books for ages 9-12. Browse Rhett Devane’s best-selling audiobooks and newest titles. Discover more authors you’ll love listening to on Audible. As a native of the South, Rhett DeVane pens fiction that draws readers into the region-its people, its color, its flavor. She is the author of seven southern fiction novels set in the Panhandle of Florida: "The Madhatter's Guide to Chocolate", "Up the Devil's Belly","Mama's Comfort Food","Cathead Crazy", "Suicide Supper Club", "Secondhand Sister", and "Parade of Horribles'.

With the arrival of a new generation of the Davis-Lewis family, and the opening of an upscale day spa, confidence is finally returning to the small Florida town of Chattahoochee. The triumph over the vicious hate crime that crippled Jake Witherspoon has become a subtle right of passage, hardly mentioned in the day to day hustle and bustle of birthdays and business plans. People are smiling again, the evening news happens to someone else, and the gossip under the Triple C's hair-dryers is finally getting good. Yet, before Piddie's last batch of Cathead Biscuits has a chance to cool, something new is crawling through the tall grass. A prominent citizen is hiding a dirty little secret; one that will shake the community to its roots and leave a legacy of doubt and mistrust that may never heal. Return with us to Chattahoochee, where Southern hospitality, strong family ties, and small town values collide with the darkest side of human nature in a story told with unflappable Southern charm.
Shan
I loved the first book. This book had the same setting and same characters .... Once again with a touch of the paranormal.

The book just didn't seem as tightly wrapped as the first book. Instead of flowing, the story seemed forced a bit.
The evil doer wasn't really addressed forthrightly enough for me. The book seemed to *tiptoe* thru this part of the story until the very end.

There were all the right elements ... But, to me, this book was a let-down after the high standards of the first book.
It's okay ... I was just expecting more.
Ferne
Entertaining tale of life in a small southern town. Nicely written, well edited, good character building
. "Southern" can be very hard to write. Good job.
Gaiauaco
lite reading, but was meaningful, anyone who likes the south or would like to know about it, I could relate so many things
back to my own family growing up in Virginia :)
Umge
Really scary! Fun plot and a good book for rainy afternoons...some parts really got a bit over the top! Give it a try!
ACOS
The love people had for each other and the small-town atmosphere gave me a very warm feeling. I especially loved Piddie and all her expressions about life in general.
Kagda
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Rhett Devane relies on entrancing storytelling to keep the reader involved, instead of the implausible plot twists so overdone in many books and movies of late. I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys thinking about what they read.
Butius
Up The Devil's Belly is a warm and witty peek into the lives of the residents of a small Southern Florida town, and makes one long to be there. Rhett Devane has captured the very essence of Southern living and her descriptive phrases capture the reader with delight.
She has done it again. This book pulls the reader into the lives of the characters and once the last page is finished, you are left longing for more. Rhett DeVane is truly talented and her sense of humor is something that cannot be matched.