For thirty-five year old Charlotte Emory, leaving her husband seems to offer the only way out from the mundaneness of every day life's earthly possessions and emotional complications. In the bank, she withdraws enough money to escape a life and a marriage gone sour. But Charlotte is about to escape in a way she never expected, as a young bank robber takes her hostage, and they head south for Florida in a stoelen car.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - SeriousGrace - LibraryThing
This is a super quick read. The fact that it was a made-for-television movie back in the 90s should tell you something: really good but without prolonged drama; couldn't make it to the big screen ... Read full review
Review: Earthly PossessionsUser Review - Bcroak50 - Goodreads
Easy read, but not as good as Digging to America. You can tell that it is one of Anne Tyler's early works. Read full review