Orphaned at an early age, Maxine grew up with her grandmother, Lindy, a singing star. Lindy is now a smoking, drinking, embittered woman whose glorious voice has atrophied from disuse - and the house on Sutherland Street, that used to swing with laughter and music, is dim and lifeless. Lindy's once-thriving neighborhood has become a blighted, crime-infested area. Yet, after a few days there, Maxine realizes that Lindy and Sutherland Street itself have been the source of her own strength and success, and she is moved to help them both reclaim their glory.
©1998 Elma, Inc.; (P)1998 Audio Renaissance Tapes, a Division of CPU, Inc.
Creating my destiny, searching my soul, and living my truth.
No. I thought it lacked details and didn't establish the characters enough.
I was a bit disappointed but she is still my favorite author.
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