The first three books in award-winning journalist Charlene Ann Baumbich's Dearest Dorothy series won her a congregation of adoring fans for her pleasant tales set amid the good people of Partonville. The fourth entry in the series contains all the hopes, heartache, happiness and inspiration her readers have come to cherish.
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by Charlene Baumbich
by Ann B. Ross
by Jamie Langston Turner
by Coleen Salley
by Darnell Arnoult
"The lives of the residents of Partonville, a small Midwestern town, are skillfully entwined by Baumbich and brought to life by Cynthia Darlow. Darlow's performance gives a certain endearing quality to each character in the story, from a crotchety old man to a young mother, a teenage boy, and a host of others. Dorothy, the main character in the story, is an elderly widow to whom everyone seems to gravitate to share their woes. Darlow's rendition expresses the story's humor with a voice that frequently sounds on the verge of laughter. Entertaining, yet thought provoking, this audiobook is fun, and the listener won't be able to suppress a chuckle now and then. N.L. (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"
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