Flames of Cold Fire could have been a fabulous book if it had been told by a more talented writer. It tells the story of a spiritually strong young woman who has to endure extremely difficult challenges in her life. She puts her trust in the Heavenly Father when life gets hard and is strengthened in life's tests by her unwavering faith. It's an unflinching snapshot of the realities of life for a light-skinned black girl in the Deep South in the 1950s.
It's self-published. Perhaps that is the reason the book suffers from awkward writing and poor editing. If you can put up with that, Liza's story is an inspirational one.
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