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by Angela Hunt

Genre: Inspirational, Mainstream

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Hunt delves into some serious issues in this family drama centered around three sisters clearing out their grandmother’s house, yet still manages to add humor when it’s needed most. This emotionally compelling novel is a gem.

With 10 marriages between them, Penny, Rose and Ginger know a thing or two about relationships, but they don’t know a whole lot about how to sustain them. As they gather together to pack up and clean out their grandmother’s house, wounds new and old are brought to the surface and the women must learn how to deal with their hurts both alone and as a family. (HOWARD, May, 320 pp., $14.99)

Reviewed By: Melissa Parcel

Publisher: HOWARD

Published: May 2011

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