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The Red Hat Society's Acting Their Age
The Red Hat Society's Acting Their Age
Author: Regina Sutherland
ISBN-13: 9780446616744
ISBN-10: 0446616745
Publication Date: 12/2005
Pages: 288
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 25 ratings
Publisher: Warner Vision
Book Type: Paperback
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A cute story of some "over 50"ladies & the teenage "fugitive" that they hide! 1st in the series.
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This is another installment in the Red Hat Series, nothing heavy or cerebral. On the order of Fannie Flagg's fiction--light ladies' lit. Several of the women in this small Texas town who are bound by their participation in the Red Hat Society discover that middle age doesn't preclude them from finding romance and happiness in their lives after experiencing painful losses. Things pretty much end "happily ever after" but sometimes that's all you're asking of a book. An enjoyable, easy read.
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Red Hat Society member Mia MacAfee and her friends Leanne and Aggie run a coffee shop in Texas. Finding a teen age runaway in their storeroom gives them a new lease on life and a mystery. They decide not to turn Rachel in but only time will tell if they are becoming sisters in crime-or angels in disguise!
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These women know how to live..they are so funny!
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A book for women of all ages about love, relationships, and being happily over fifty