Why, oh why, did Anne Marie Whitehall take her own life, swallowing away her pain and her grief with a handful of Nembutal capsules and a bottle of Merlot? Does Samantha Jacobs, the red-haired vixen grinding away on a pole at the Revue know?
Or perhaps Deena Cook, harried mother of four and a regular visitor at Children's Services?
Or does Cierra Maldonado, mother of two children by two different men, not receiving a penny of child support and working as a cocktail waitress at a chi-chi club in downtown Cincinnati know why?
Or perhaps Lettie Robinson, a 400-pound housewife of three healthy and hungry little boys, who knows the meat display at Wal-Mart better than the inside of her own trailer.
Well, someone knows why Anne Marie Whitehall committed suicide, but she isn't talking.And everyone wants to know who the raven-haired, glacially thin woman is: the one who's walking around the trailer park and sending secret notes to certain dear - and dearly departed - friends.
©2014 Denise Barone (P)2015 Denise Barone
I really enjoyed this and literally LOLed. It was a little on the trashy side but I loved being able to visit their world. Waiting for book #2!
I enjoyed this very much. The narrator was awesome. I loved the characters, and description of their circumstances in life.
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