Eat, Drink, and Be From Mississippi: A Novel
Truely Noonan is the quintessential Southern boy made good. Like his older sister, Courtney, Truely left behind the slow, sweet life of Mississippi for jet-set San Francisco, where he earned a fortune as an Internet entrepreneur. Courtney and Truely each find happy marriages--until, as if cursed by success, those marriages start to crumble. Then their lives are interrupted by an unexpected stranger--a troubled teenager named Arnold, garrulous, charming, thuggishly dressed, and determined to move in to their world. Arnold turns their lives upside down--and in the process this unlikely trio becomes the family that each had been searching for. In the best Southern fiction tradition, Kincaid has brought us an inspiring story about finding the way home.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - BluesGal79 - LibraryThing
This charming novel doesn't break any new ground, but its affirmation that opening one's heart to another person is the surest way to open our owns was lovely. Long a fan of Nanci Kincaid's novels ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - revslick - LibraryThing
The story follows a brother and sister who've relocated out of the South and yet spend the rest of their life dealing with that disconnection. Kincaid does her best to coax you into believing this ... Read full review