Synopses & Reviews
Georgia Bottoms is known in her small community of Six Points, Alabama, as a beautiful, well-to-do, and devoutly Baptist Southern belle. Nobody realizes that the family fortune has long since disappeared, and a determinedly single woman like Georgia needs an alternative, and discreet, means of income. In Georgia's case it is six well-heeled lovers -- one for each day of the week, with Mondays off -- none of whom knows about the others.
But when the married preacher who has been coming to call (Saturdays) decides to confess their affair in front of the whole congregation, Georgia must take drastic measures to stop him. In Georgia Bottoms, Mark Childress proves once again his unmistakable skill for combining the hilarious and the absurd to reveal the inner workings of the rebellious human heart.
Georgia Bottoms--a Southern belle whose family fortune has dried up and who now keeps six lovers, all of whom don't know about each other, just so she can continue a lavish lifestyle--finds her ruse crumbling when a married preacher she has been seeing plans to confess their affair in front of the whole congregation. (general fiction).