“Wise and funny . . . equal parts Southern hospitality, history lessons and wry observations about life and love.” —The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
“What [Pearl] Cleage gets right, as in her previous novels, is the strength and warmth of the people of the [West End] Atlanta community. . . . The scenes of them and others laughing, joshing, cooking and eating are full and rich.”—The Washington Post
“Ready for a modern read about the intersection of politics and personal loyalty? Till You Hear from Me is it.”—Ebony
“Fans will cozy up.”—Library Journal
From the Trade Paperback edition.