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Author Brown, Rita Mae, author.

Title Cakewalk [text (large print)] / Rita Mae Brown.

Publication Info. Waterville, Maine : Thorndike Press, 2016.


Location Pub Note Copy No. Status
 Byron PL Adult Large Print - BYLY-14  LT BRO    AVAILABLE
 Cherry Valley PLD Adult Large Print - CHVY-11  LT F BRO    AVAILABLE
 Coal City PL Adult Large Print - CCBB-2  LT BROWN    AVAILABLE
 Ella Johnson Memorial PL Stacks - EJMY-11  LP FIC BRO    AVAILABLE
 Franklin Grove PL Stacks - FGLY-12  LT F BRO    AVAILABLE
 Freeport PL Adult Large Print - FPLY-13  LP FICTION BROWN    AVAILABLE
 Geneseo PL Stacks - GPLG-7  F BR LP    AVAILABLE
 Harvard Diggins Lib Adult Large Print - HRLY-11  LP FIC BRO    AVAILABLE
 Homer Twp PL - Main Adult Large Print - HDBB-1  LP F BRO    AVAILABLE
 Ida PL Adult Large Print - IPLY-11  FIC LP BRO    AVAILABLE

Edition Large print edition.
Description 497 pages (large print) ; 23 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Physical Medium large print. rda
Summary Continuing in the exuberant tradition of Six of One, Bingo , and Loose Lips , New York Times bestselling author Rita Mae Brown returns to her much-loved fictional hamlet of Runnymede, whose memorable citizens are welcoming both the end of the Great War and the beginning of a new era. The night a riot breaks out at the Capitol Theater movie house during a Mary Pickford picture, no less you can bet that the Hunsenmeir sisters, Louise and Julia, are nearby. Known locally as Wheezie and Juts, the inimitable, irrepressible, distinctly freethinking sisters and their delightful circle of friends are coming of age in a shifting world and are determined to understand their place in it. Across town, the well-to-do Chalfonte siblings are preparing for the upcoming wedding of brother Curtis. But for youngest sister Celeste, the celebration brings about a change she never expected and a lesson about love she ll not soon forget. Set against the backdrop of America emerging from World War I, Cakewalk is an outrageous and affecting novel about a small town where ideas of sin and virtue, love and sex, men and women, politics and religion, can be as divided as the Mason-Dixon Line that runs right through it and where there s no problem that can t be cured by a good yarn and an even better scotch.
Subject Interpersonal relations -- Fiction.
Sisters -- Fiction.
Large type books.
FICTION / Historical.
FICTION / Sagas.
Interpersonal relations. (OCoLC)fst00977397
Large type books. (OCoLC)fst00992678
Sisters. (OCoLC)fst01119758
Genre/Form Fiction. (OCoLC)fst01423787
ISBN 9781410493231 (hardcover)
1410493237 (hardcover)

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