This fast-paced piece of outrageous fiction, by Celeste Rose, unfolds a story about Tammy Miller, an "East Texas princess gone bad." Tammy discovers that her three-hundred pound Momma has gone missing from her hospital room at Beaumont's St. Elizabeth Hospital, runaway or kidnapped? In the back of Momma's antique shop, Tammy finds that all her own childhood pictures and papers have disappeared. The old woman or maybe someone else has removed her photos and replaced them with images of cousin Cheryl. Attorney Jim Andrews offers to help solve the mystery. "But with that hair, can she trust him?"
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About the Author
Celeste Rose is a retired Theatre Director and winner of The Arts and Letters Award, Eugene, Oregon, 2002, honoring her twenty-five years as Director of Rose Children's Theatre. Rose travels as the creator and performer of Oregon Fantasy Marionette Theatre and has written and produced over sixty theatre and marionette plays. Her short stories, "Skeleton Woman," and "Muncho the Mouse" were published in Eugene's art magazine, Jerry Williams' quarterly. She is an alto in the Central Presbyterian Church chancel choir and a member of Eugene Storytellers. Although she is a Northwest woman a large portion of her life was spent in the American South. Her web site is: www.celesterose.biz