Blanche Passes Go

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Viking, 2000 - Fiction - 275 pages
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"After three years in Boston Brahmin territory, Blanche White is finally coming home to Farleigh, North Carolina, for an entire summer. And, like a sign from above that she's indeed headed in the right direction, she's already lined up a date with the handsome train conductor she met somewhere between Boston and Baltimore. The summer holds lots of promise - including a long-awaited reunion with her best friend, Ardell, as she helps out with Ardell's bustling new catering business." "Then, like a slap in the fact on her first night back, Blanche is reminded of a part of home she'd rather forget: David Palmer, the man who raped her eight years ago and who has tormented her mind and spirit ever since, shows up as a guest at her very first catering event. The time has come ... she must exact her revenge so that she can finally move on." "Then a young woman is murdered and there are signs that David Palmer may be involved. So Blanche sets of on a hunting expedition - for clues she hopes will help convict David Palmer and put an end to his legacy once and for all."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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Review: Blanche Passes Go (Blanche White #4)

User Review  - So, I Read This Book Today - Goodreads

The "New South" is still the "Old South" “It was always so hot, and everyone was so polite, and everything was all surface but underneath it was like a bomb waiting to go off. I always felt that way ... Read full review

Review: Blanche Passes Go (Blanche White #4)

User Review  - Ann - Goodreads

I like this series and each book chooses a social issue for Blanche to expose and bring about reader thoughts. With the kids at summer camp and vacationing with friends, Blanche heads home to the ... Read full review

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She is also the author of Blanche on the Lam and Blanche among the Talented tenth, for which she won awards that include the Agatha, the Anthony, and the Macavity. She lives in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts.

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