Mouth to Mouth

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HarperCollins Publishers, 2001 - Fiction - 444 pages
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On a beautiful summer day in Destin, Maine, Ellen Chambers watches helplessly as her beloved teenage daughter Moreen marries the possible man.  Ellen -- whose own marriage is crumbling, and who is desperately in need of a friend -- knows her new son-in-law has violent tendencies and is certain to make Mo's life hell.  As she wonders wistfully in silence if it's possible to get away with murder, a handsome young stranger, an uninvited wedding guest, leans in to her and whisper's, "Anything's possible ."

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User Review  - ladybug74 - LibraryThing

This was not the best book that I've read by this author, but it was good. If you like the latter part of this book, try Undone or Green Girls, which were both thrilling from beginning to end. The ... Read full review

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User Review  - yargles - LibraryThing

Michael Kimball certainly does know how to write page turners. This is the second book of his I've read (after Undone), and, with the exception of what he writes with James Patterson, I'd definitely ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
16
Section 3
27
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Michael Kimball is the author of five books, including Big Ray (which The Wall Street Journal calls "mesmerizing"), Dear Everybody (which The Believer calls "a curatorial masterpiece"), and US (which Time Out Chicago calls "a simply gorgeous and astonishing book"). His work has been on NPR's All Things Considered and in Vice, as well as The Guardian, BOMB, Prairie Schooner, Post Road, New York Tyrant, etc. His work has been translated into a dozen languages--including Italian, Spanish, German, Chinese, Korean, and Greek. He is also responsible for a couple of documentaries, the 510 Readings, and the conceptual pseudonym Andy Devine. Big Ray is published by Bloomsbury, Bloomsbury Circus (UK), and will be released in January 2013 in Australia.

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