THE PRAIRIE DANCERS

THE PRAIRIE DANCERS

by Jonathan Wesley Bell

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Overview

Posie Victoria Vandermark charges forth from her mansion in Possum Trot, her new Jaguar racing her into lost corners of high prairie that surround the forlorn little town. She is wild as the prairie wind, spoiled, and eccentric. Her one stubborn determination is to become a ballerina, although her size and awkwardness make this more than doubtful. To force things her way Posie hires an ageing Italian ballet dancer whose career is over and who sees that the rich Posie could be his retirement pension. This is his plot forward.

Coaxing Posie's delusion on is her nemesis, the cruel Aunt Bertha Flatbottom. She in turn falls madly in love with the 'Dancing Master.'

Along the way Posie's quest for dancing recruit others. In fact Aunt Bertha schemes to produce a public recital for Posie that should surely make her utterly ridiculous and an object of scorn

Meanwhile Posie is running amok through Possum Trot in her increasingly ragged tutu and slippers, giving performances to the Church, the Gas Station and the pool hall.

Her recital is as expected the most unusual ever held. And following it is a cataclysmic dance of Posie's own across the vast and empty Prairie.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149453405
Publisher: First Edition Design Publishing
Publication date: 03/24/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 345 KB

About the Author

Jonathan Wesley Bell has written several novels and short stories. He sometimes forgets and carries his cell phone in his shoe.

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