Linda Leigh Hargrove. The Making of Isaac Hunt. Chicago: Moody Publishers, 2007.

This book tackles some big topics–adoption, racial stereotypes, family dynamics, and small-town secrets. Young NCSU student Isaac Hunt confronts them all after his dying grandfather tells him is not the child of the well-to-do and politically connected Chloe Hunt, but instead the son of Betty Douglas of Pettigrew, North Carolina.

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