She-Crab Soup

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Acme Press, 1993 - Fiction - 238 pages
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In the voice of decadent Southern gentility, Miss Gwendolyn, a wealthy British expatriate who inherits a mansion in the Holy City of Charleston, SC, describes her scandalous marriage to Big Shot, a black ne'er-do-well who pimps for Miss Potty's Health Club.

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Better known as a biographer of such notable women as Princess Margaret and Rosalyn Carter, Simmons here creates a literary pastiche that vaguely recalls the Lucia stories of E. F. Benson, executed ... Read full review

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