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BIG STONE GAP

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

An irritatingly hokey, inept attempt to invade Fannie Flagg territory. Ave Maria Mulligan, a pharmacist in Big Stone Gap, discovers she has a long-lost Italian father, saves Elizabeth Taylor from choking on a chicken wing, and follows her friend Iva Lou's advice and gets her a workingman. It's 1978, and Ave Maria's mother has passed away, leaving a letter stating that mean old Fred Mulligan wasn't ... Read full review

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The characters are so memorable. This book is a must read if you are from a small town.

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