|Family Law||Gin Phillips||
FAMILY LAW examines the obstacles women face in the workplace and all facets of life. The story is told with clever humor and poigency and truth. This page-turner is a must read for all genders, though most likely most appreciated by women.
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|I Want To Show You More||Jamie Quatro||
I WANT TO SHOW YOU MORE is a linked collection of stories that run the gamut from infidelity to faith. There's a fun amount of sex and humor thrown in to make this a most enjoyable read.
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|Above The Waterfall||Ron Rash||
ABOVE THE WATERFALL finds an Appalachian sheriff about to retire when he is forced to investigate one more case, and face a serious decision with the important woman in his life. Like every novel Ron Rash has ever written, the reader is compelled to turn every page to find out what happens in the end.
|The Cove||Ron Rash||
THE COVE is set deep in the Appalachian Mountains where a lonely woman finds a man nearly stung to death by yellow jackets and nurses him back to health. It is the height of World War I, and we soon learn all about the stranger.
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POEMS confirms Ron Rash as a standard-bearer for the American South. This collection captures the rhythm of the region - the beauty and the hardships.
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|The Risen||Ron Rash||
THE RISEN is a coming of age story involving two brothers. As they reach mid-life, consequences arise that will profoundly affect one of the siblings.
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|In the Valley: Stories and a Novella Based on Serena||Ron Rash||
IN THE VALLEY features ten stories that evoke the beauty of Rash's native Appalachia, as well as shining a light on what makes up the region's dark underside: drug abuse, poverty, environmental destruction, and more. Also, the collection features a novella featuring Serena Pemberton, the titular heroine of Rash's...
|Late Migrations: A Natural History of Love and Loss||Margaret Renkl||
LATE MIGRATIONS is a series of deep and thoughtful essays about Margaret Renkl's childhood growing...
|Graceland, At Last: Notes on Hope and Heartache from the American South||Margaret Renkl||
GRACELAND AT LAST is a marvelous collection of stories about the American South that have been among the most widely read in the New York Times. Subjects include family, grief, the natural world and justice. They will bring joy, deep thought, and an occasional tear.