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Barbara HolmesFixin'Things carries its fair share of characters, but we're never to the point where we begin to wish for a map. Sam, the black man taken in by Megan's mother when they were young, the eccentric Aunts who live in the rented house...all wonderfully engaging and delightful to meet. Although this is a novel, Bell's layers of harsh life, hate, bigotry and newfound love come incredibly close to a work of non-fiction. Fixin'Things gives readers a shocking yet enjoyable glimpse into a Gettysburg life.