Why Sarah Ran Away with the Veterinarian

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Permanent Press, 1994 - Fiction - 171 pages
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"You'll want to sit right down with this novel, put your feet up, and spend the whole afternoon in the best company you've enjoyed for quite a while. Extremely funny and very serious all at once, this book is about those who stay and those who leave -- about risk and safety, permanence and chance. Not to mention fudge turtle brownies and poodle costumes for a piano recital, and all the other small-town details which bring these characters lovingly to life". -- Lee Smith

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WHY SARAH RAN AWAY WITH THE VETERINARIAN

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A restless woman's eventful passage into middle age serves as the catalyst for a quirky first novel that sympathetically explores the small (and not so small) comedies and dramas of everyday family ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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