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From the Outhouse to the White House

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A naive girl from the backwoods of Tennessee, finds her way to the big city of Las Vegas surrounded by corrupt politicians, celebrities & mobsters, with just her strength of character to guide her through historical moments in American Pop Culture. From the Outhouse to the White House is the hilarious, jaw dropping, and occasionally moving memoir of Franny "Black Cat" ...more
Paperback, 232 pages
Published March 21st 2013 by Haha Sisters LLC
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Sherrey
Mar 31, 2014 Sherrey rated it it was ok
Shelves: memoir, women
Within Franny Marcum's memoir, a myriad of stories are spun. Almost too many for the reader to absorb in the reading of a single book. Marcum's stories of her life might have been better served, as well as her readers, had the writer selected a single focus for her memoir.

Among the experiences in her life, starting with growing up in the hills of east Tennessee to her visits to the White House, Franny Marcum lived a life many of us would never even dream of living. However,in one volume, Marcum
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