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Sweeping Up Glass

by Carolyn D. Wall

Sweeping Up Glass by Carolyn D. Wall

Synopsis (from the publisher): 1938: Olivia and the boy, Will'm, run Harker's Grocery and live in the cold-water kitchen behind the store. Money is scarce; business is bad. Out back, Pap is buried near the outhouse, and Olivia's crazy mother Ida is living in a tarpaper shack.

For 30 years, Olivia has loved Wing Harris, who plays a mean trumpet and owns the Kentuckian Hotel. For decades, they've shared only howdies at Ruse's Cafe.

This may be the coldest winter on record in Kentucky, but that doesn't keep the elusive Hunt Club from tracking silver-faced wolves on Olivia's strip of mountain. It falls to her and Will'm to figure out why as the hunters turn their sights on them, too.

Then, one frozen night, Will'm's mother comes back for him. The some terrible secrets explode among the Rowe Street community. Now there's blood on Olivia's hands, and nothing is as she thought it was.

Olivia is responsible for the very people who betrayed her. While she searches for answers that might save them all, then the day comes when Olivia must shatter the shackles that bind her and her community.

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Sweeping Up Glass by Carolyn D. Wall

Sweeping Up Glass by Carolyn D. Wall

Publisher: Poisoned Pen Press
Format: Hardcover
ISBN-13: 978-1-59058-512-2
Publication Date: August 2008
List Price: $24.95

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