Charlotte Figg Takes Over Paradise: A Novel of Bright's Pond

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Abingdon Press, 2010 - Fiction - 396 pages
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Newly widowed Charlotte Figg purchases a double-wide trailer sight unseen and moves to the Paradise Trailer Park with her dog, Lucky. Unfortunately, neither the trailer nor Paradise are what Charlotte expected. Her trailer is a ramshackle old place in need of major repair, and the people of Paradise are harboring more secrets than Bayer has aspirin. Charlotte's new friend Rose Tattoo learns that Charlotte played softball and convinces her to rally the women of Paradise into a team. Reluctant at first, Charlotte warms to the notion and is soon coaching the Paradise Angels. Meanwhile, Charlotte discovers that the manager of Paradise, Fergus Wrinkel, abuses his wife, Suzy. Charlotte sets out to find a way to save Suzy from Fergus and in the process comes to a difficult realization about her own painful marriage.

 

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I really really enjoyed this book! Charlotte Figg Takes Over Paradise is entertaining, fast-paced, funny, inspirational and a bit quirky - I like quirky! A cast of characters that can only be ... Read full review

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User Review  - Terry_Mitchell - LibraryThing

Such a fun feel good book! Was really fun to read and I wanted more!!! I didn't want the story to end! I loved all the characters and how unique each one was! Read full review

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Contents

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About the author (2010)

Joyce Magnin is the author of several books, including The Prayers of Agnes Sparrow, named one of the "Top 5 Best Christian Fiction Books of 2009" by Library Journal. Her short fiction pieces and articles have been published in such magazines as Relief Journal, Parents Express, Sunday Digest, and Highlights for Children. A member of the Greater Philadelphia Christian Writers Fellowship, Joyce is a frequent workshop leader at various writer's conferences and women's church groups. She has three children and one grandson, and is mom to a neurotic parakeet who lives with her in Havertown, Pennsylvania.

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