Miss Julia-that proper lady with a backbone of iron, perfect steel magnolia poise, and the sharpest tongue south of the Mason-Dixon Line-always likes to nip any little problems in the bud. Now her friend Sam has started wearing cowboy boots, sending flowers, and writing bad poetry. Meanwhile, her invaluable housekeeper, Lillian, and all her neighbors have been evicted from their homes by a landlord who has bigger plans for the property. So off Miss Julia rides on a motorcycle fund-raiser to save her friends' homes. Hitting a few bumps on the way, Miss Julia still manages to maintain the impeccable manners and irresistible charm that keep her readers coming back again and again.
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by Ann B. Ross
"The Miss Julia series is an audiophile's dream; the novels seem to have been created just for audio. Claudia Hughes's narration of this proper Southern lady's adventures is the next best thing to visiting small-town North Carolina. The fourth book of the series finds Miss Julia pulling out all the stops to aid housekeeper Lillian in saving her home from demolition. Hughes lends an authentic Southern air in vocalizing Lillian's despair and delights in her characterization of the less-than-gentlemanly Therlo Jones, who may hold the key to preserving her neighborhood. Even fans who have come to expect the protagonist to find herself in unlikely situations are in for a treat as Miss Julia plans a most unladylike fund-raising event. J.J.B. (c) AudioFile 2003, Portland, Maine"
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