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Welcome to Frost Heaves: You Can't Get There from Here

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A humorous collection of stories and news from the imaginary town of Frost Heaves, New Hampshire, culled from the performances of the author on his Prairie Home Companion-like variety show of the same name. In each show, the author s character, Fred Marple, tells a story about the imaginary characters that live and interact in Frost Heaves, and the lessons they learn from ...more
Paperback, 170 pages
Published May 1st 2015 by Islandport Press
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Sep 06, 2015 Amy rated it really liked it
I'm only 45 pages into Welcome to Frost Heaves New Hampshire but I have laughed out loud on nearly every page, including the foreword. (Yes I really read it!) I have lived in NH my entire life and many of the events of this book are things I have experienced personally or heard of happening. Fred Marple's voice is also wonderfully genuine.
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