Moonpies and Movie Stars

Author(s): Amy Wallen
Imprint: Lone Star Audio
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (11.47 hours)
Product Number: Z2154
Released: Mar 28, 2011
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781456100438
Narrator/s: Peggity Price
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MoonPies and Movie Stars is Amy Wallen's snappy, sassy, and sensational debut novel. A hysterical romp across the Southwest, it pits a spunky Texan mom against the star-studded power of Hollywood. While watching TV one day, Ruby Kincaid catches sight of her runaway daughter Violet in a commercial. Quicker than a jackrabbit, Ruby makes up her mind to head straight for Tinseltown and reclaim her wayward daughter-even if she has to lasso her.


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Moonpies and Movie Stars
Product Number: BX00004477
Product Number:CS080
Product Number:Z2154

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Author(s): Amy Wallen
Narrator(s): Peggity Price
Product Number CS080
Released: May 23, 2007
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781428144675

Professional reviews

"Ruby Kincaid, recently widowed, is capable of single-handedly killing a rattlesnake, running her rural Texas bowling alley, and raising the children her daughter left behind when she disappeared four years ago. But when her daughter's pretty face appears in a television commercial, Ruby hauls the grandkids to LA to find her. Narrator Peggity Price injects charm and humor into the eventful journey and conveys Ruby's gentle fortitude. Price adds delightful zest to her characterizations of Ruby's mean-spirited mother-in-law and her sister, a slightly trampy and fun-loving middle-aged Texas gal. When the Winnebago hits Hollywood, Price delivers a deliciously amusing clash of cultures. Set in 1976, the story is sprinkled with witty references to the fashions and trends of the time. N.M.C. (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"