Terry Key (b. 1938) is one of Georgia's most beloved authors. He has portrayed the North Georgia mountain region unflinchingly both as a place of positive values and of terror. He is the author of 13 novels, including To Dance with the White Dog which became a delightful Hallmark Hall of Fame TV movie. This book, After Eli, won him the Georgia Author of the Year Award. It is a story of a stranger coming into a small Appalachian town and arousing both suspicion and romantic rivalry among three sisters.
Atlanta: Peachtree, 1981. Hardback in dust jacket.