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Who the Hell Is Rachel Wells?

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Full of snappy and sharp Southern characters, Who the Hell is Rachel Wells? by J.R. Greenwell is a debut collection of clever, big-hearted tales of spunky souls and damaged hearts. Both serious and silly, bittersweet and joyous, these unique eleven short stories introduce a wise and wonderful new author.
Paperback, 224 pages
Published September 12th 2013 by Chelsea Station Editions
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Nathan Burgoine
Oct 31, 2013 Nathan Burgoine rated it it was amazing
Shelves: anthologies, glbt
"Who the Hell is Rachel Wells?" by J.R. Greenwall

This was a contest finalist for the 2011 competition.

What at first seems like a casual point to touch off on a story - a mom and two kids pausing at a rest-stop for the bathrooms and a quick break - changes when the headstrong young daughter finds a makeup kid, and the soft and quiet brother wants her to make him up "like a model." There's a note in the make-up bag, from someone named Rachel Wells, asking them to 'take care' of the items in the ba
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