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Steeple Hill Café, 2004 - Fiction - 249 pages
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When Sadie--former Dogwood Blossom Queen, pharmacist's wife, mother of two, and daughter of a man who fancies himself King Solomon (or King Lear?)--accepts the position of graveyard superintendent of Wileyville, Kentucky, a journey into the past with her sisters brings a stunning revelation and an understanding of what she has been waiting for. Original.

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User Review  - judyg54 - LibraryThing

This was a lighthearted story that dealt with a difficult issue, set in the small town of Wileyville, Kentucky. There are 3 sisters involved in this story and their "quirkie" father who no one can ... Read full review


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Award winning author, Annie Jones, has always been a romantic who used to read Bride magazine when all her friends were stuck on Tiger Beat. From the moment she finished reading her first romance novel she knew that she wanted to write stories like that. She has been doing so for 15 years now and each new couple she creates still renews her faith in happily ever after.

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