Booklist hails the “snappy, smart writing, and memorable characters” in this novel that is steeped in Southern sensibility. The last thing widow Hattie Bohannon expects when she opens a truck stop in Alabama is controversy. But that’s just what she gets when allegations surface that the parking lot is a haven for prostitution. With the local Bible-thumping minister crusading to close the truck stop, Hattie and her unruly daughters must fight to preserve their names and their way of life.
©2002 Lynn Pruett (P)2004 Recorded Books, LLC
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