Lumby on the Air (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Jul 6, 2010 - Fiction - 496 pages
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Fifth in the acclaimed series set in the enchantingly offbeat town of Lumby.

Pam and Mark Walker are celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary with a week-long family reunion and a ceremony renewing their vows. But when Mark's brother-in-law starts broadcasting his radio talk show from Montis Inn, his disparaging remarks about small-town life cause immediate rifts that only widen when he sides with a real estate developer who wants to turn Lumby into an asphalt Aspen. As the controversy pits family against family, and neighbor against neighbor, will the spirit that defines Lumby triumph once again?


  

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Review: Lumby on the Air (Lumby #5)

User Review  - Linda - Goodreads

Pam and Mark decide to celebrate their 25th anniversary by having a family reunion. Like most families I know this family has their differences. Pam's Mother Kay is flying in with a friend for the ... Read full review

Review: Lumby on the Air (Lumby #5)

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cute silly fun family story with some dark untold stories Read full review

Contents

ONE Invitation
FOUR Berry
SEVEN Cohabits
TEN Symbiotic
TWELVE Chicken
FOURTEEN Transgressions
SEVENTEEN Perils
NINETEEN Schmucks
THIRTY THREE Plans
THIRTY SIX Secrets
THIRTY EIGHT Thrills
FORTY ONE BlackBerry
FORTY FOUR Waiting
FORTY SEVEN Qwerty
FIFTY Rung
FIFTY THREE Duesenberg

TWENTY ONE Skirt
TWENTY FOUR Hammered
TWENTY SEVEN Proof
THIRTY Waterfall
FIFTY SIX Letters
WHATS IN YOUR
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About the author (2010)

Gail Fraser, author of The Lumby Lines, Stealing Lumby, and Lumbyís Bounty, continues to work full time on her acclaimed series about the extraordinary town of Lumby. She and her husband, artist Art Poulin, live with their beloved animals on Lazy Goose Farm in rural upstate New York. When not writing, Gail tends to their garden, orchard and beehives. Gail and Art feel fortunate to be down the road from their close friends at New Skete Monastery, who are the authors of How to be Your Dogs Best Friend.

Prior to becoming a novelist, Gail had a successful corporate career, holding senior-executive positions in several corporations. She has a BA from Skidmore College and an MBA from the University of Connecticut, with graduate work done at Harvard University.

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