Pinch Me, I Must Be Dreaming

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G.K. Hall, 1994 - Fiction - 309 pages
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Captures the amusing, frustrating, and heart-warming perils that face middle-agers as they cope with both demanding older children and extremely demanding parents, in a chronicle of the romance between John Chambers and Jennie Staley.

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Pinch me, I must be dreaming

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John Chambers and Jennie Staley, middle-aged, divorced real estate agents, decide to take a second chance on marriage. Their trip to the altar, however, includes numerous curves and dead ends because ... Read full review

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I do not recall this book being very good when I read it and I know it took me some deal of time to get through it because it just wasn't interesting enough to captivate me. Read full review


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About the author (1994)

Glendon Swarthout wrote sixteen novels, many of which were bestsellers and were made into films, among them "Seventh Cavalry", "They Came to Cordura", "Where the Boys Are", "Bless the Beasts & Children", and "A Christmas to Remember". He was twice nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in fiction and won a number of other awards, including the Western Writers Award for Lifetime Achievement.

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