by Emmett E. Kennedy
Cotton Ball is a story of the Deep South during the time of the Great Depression. Times were hard, especially for folks in Alabama. This is a story of the powerful struggle and daily challenges of the poor Americans caught in a seemingly devoid situation with no escape. Their stories will enlighten and give thanks for what you have.
About the Author:
Emmett E. Kennedy was born in Coffee County, a county in mid-Alabama, where times were hard. Kennedy graduated from Fairhope High in 1948. After graduation, he enrolled in the Navy and served for four years, two of those years spent in action during the Korean War. A tour of duty in the military can advance a man quickly toward maturity.
(2016, Paperback, 448 pages)