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The 20's Girl, the ghost, and all that jazz
Anne Harvey's review
Aug 06, 2015
Having read June Kearns first novel, I was looking forward to her second one immensely. The author has managed to capture the spirit of 1920's England with Gerry Chiledexter's 30-ish spinster's awareness that life is passing her by, while she struggles to keep the family bookshop open. Then, to her surprise, she learns that she has inherited a half-share in a Texas cattle ranch, much to the disgust of her co-inheritor, Coop. With a ghostly voice telling her to go and see for herself, she undertakes the journey, despite Coop's antagonism. In Texas, we have the contrast between the sleepy shires village where Gerry lives to the vast expanse of Texas. For how Gerry's dilemma is resolved, I recommend you read the book.
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August 3, 2015 – Finished Reading
August 6, 2015 – Shelved