All Morgan wanted was to find a roof over her head with her oversize canine companion. She found it--having to live under the watchful eyes of a crazy woman while a wave of unexpected life lessons ensued. Some of what Morgan witnessed for the first time in her young life shook her innocence. Backed by naiveté, she started with stealing her grandfather from a neglectful rest home. "Now what do I do with him?" What would she do with the mysterious sommelier, or naked Albert who refused to keep his clothes on, or a W. A. S. P. who survived in discontent, or David who survived crumpled in a wheelchair with his hookah and brilliant mind. With the help of George, who popped through her closet door regularly, she made a dent to be remembered and lived a year she will never forget.
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About the Author
ZaneDoe has written for various magazines and is the author of Tumbleweed Logic. "Life gives me the stories."
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A Bible and a Fly Swatter 1977 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
This book was entertaining from the first paragraph. I really felt like I knew these characters and actually cared about them. The story was not only funny but it got to my heart and made me think about those I normally just pass by without much thought. I read this author's first book and that book make me want to read more of her work. I bought all three of her books and I actually read this book twice. I highly recommend this read and all of her books: they give insight to people and our lives.