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January 12, 2013

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Sounds really good! Will have to put it on the list.

You'll get a kick out of some of the small town stuff. These two did have to hang in there for a while...

Sounds like a fabulous read for me and for my 80-something reader mom -- I left the small town, but she's still there!

Yes, Mary Lee! My mother also recently enjoyed The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Frye, by Rachel Joyce, and What There Is To Say We Have Said: The Correspondence of Eudora Welty and William Maxwell, edited by Suzanne Marrs. My mom lives near us now, and has more time to read!

Ooh, it sounds delightful! Thanks for the tip. Will add to my list. :)

Lissa, I thought it was a fun book and admired the author's approach to bookselling--very non-elitist. And she's an academic by training!

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