Mrs. Pamela Evans lives a lonely new widowhood outside of Baltimore, with only a house full of ticking clocks for company. Then she hires eccentric Elizabeth Abbott as a handyman - and both discover that parts don't have to be a perfect match to work.
©1972 Anne Tyler Modarressi (P)2011 Audible, Inc.
namely light, "background" listening (after heavier stuff). One of her earliest works, and it shows; I came to think of it as "an expanded short story written by a student who shows future promise." Narrator did a good job handling the material.
Blue Thread. Both by Ann Tyler. Both delve into family relationships.
NO. She did a good job. She embodied the heroine, made you want to know and understand her better.
When Timothy was shot.
Another great book from one of my favorite authors.
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