Albert Watkins Key, Jr., publishing under the name Watt Key, is an award-winning southern fiction author. He grew up and currently lives in southern Alabama with his wife and family. Watt spent much of his childhood hunting and fishing the forests of Alabama, which inspired his debut novel, Alabama Moon, published to national acclaim in 2006. Alabama Moon won the 2007 E.B. White Read-Aloud Award, was included on Time Magazine's list of the Best One Hundred YA Books of All Time, and has been translated in seven languages.
In this riveting middle-grade adventure, the son of a Mississippi policeman finds a boy living on his own in the wilderness and becomes entangled in small lies that only get bigger as the danger increases for both boys and hidden truths become harder to conceal.
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