No Drinking, No Dancing, No Doctors
Tells the story of Beulah Kingston, who in her late sixties is still almost as tall and headstrong as on her wedding day in 1944. Born a Poleite, her zest for life has tested her simple faith to the limit. Now, with the prospect of hospital, she examines the true passion of her youth.
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