by Lee Lynch
In this final, stand-alone volume of the Morton River Valley Trilogy, Annie Heaphy, beloved hero of Lynch’s classic Toothpick House, has moved to the Valley and reunited with her old crowd. She loves her job driving for a sheltered workshop ““ until being gay becomes an issue. Valley gays unite to defend her as she dabbles in love with the right, and wrong, women. Readers rave about catching up with their old friends— Lynch’s characters— and about the warm, engaging way she tells the story. Whitney Scott, in Booklist, said, “Lynch portrays a lesbian-gay community of enormous range, strength, and diversity.” In Rafferty Street, Sarah Aldridge called Lynch “…a mature novelist who retains the freshness of a young writer.”
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