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The Bag Lady War

3.7  ·  Rating Details ·  23 Ratings  ·  8 Reviews
Tired of fending off street thugs and worried about the day they can no longer take care of themselves, three elderly widows, Josie, Mabel and Mil, concoct the perfect plan for ensuring their safety, which will also guarantee them free room and board for life.

As grocery bag-covered bodies begin turning up in Southern California, police and the media are stumped. Detectives
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Paperback, Large Print, 556 pages
Published November 16th 2007 by iUniverse (first published 2007)
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Nancy
Nov 10, 2009 Nancy rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: to all us of advanced maturity
A book club choice I didn't think I'd like, but LOVED it. It really hits home with today's dilemma faced by older people - especially in city environments. I empathized with the characters, and agree with their philosophy totally. Where's my handgun and white athletic sock?
Fran
Apr 02, 2011 Fran rated it it was ok
I enjoyed the original premise of the old ladies taking care of business but it was a forced plot and became a sounding board for the author's rant. Therefore, 2 stars only.
Pat Gallagher
Nov 20, 2012 Pat Gallagher rated it liked it
Funny, a little too dragged out though. Interesting theme that people in prison have all the things that senior citizens would like. Warm place to sleep, food, dental and health care. All provided.
Gloria
Nov 23, 2013 Gloria rated it liked it
I'm not big on fiction but found this story to be an interesting twist that I don't believe women of this age and type could do even if they wanted to. Still I enjoyed the book.
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Jan 09, 2015 Alison rated it it was amazing
Interesting Moral Ethical story and choices made which provoked a great discussion
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I loved the book. Gives me something to think about when I get old.
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Jun 12, 2011 Nita rated it liked it
In the beginning, premise seems a bit preposterous, but there is food for thought here.
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A very interesting book and a huge statement about our societies problems.
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