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Title:
Mossy Creek : a collective novel
Author:
Smith, Deborah, 1955-
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Publication Information:
Smyrna, GA : BelleBooks, [2001]

©2001
Physical Description:
367 pages : map ; 22 cm
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780967303512
Format :
Book

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Orchard Park Library X Adult Fiction Open Shelf
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Summary

Summary

Welcome to Mossy Creek, your home town.

You'll find a friendly face at every window, and a story behind every door. We've got a mayor who cleans her own gun, and Police Chief who doesn't need one. We've got scandal at the coffee shop and battles on the ballfield, a cantankerous Santa and a flying Chihuahua. You'll want to meet Rainey, the hairdresser with a tendency toward hysteria, and Hank, who takes care of our animals like they were his children. Don't forget to stop in for a bite at Mama's All You Can Eat CafE, and while you're there say hello to our local celebrity, Sue Ora. Like as not, she'll sit you right down and tell you a story.

People are like that in Mossy Creek.

Award winning authors Debra Dixon, Donna Ball, Sandra Chastain, Virginia Ellis, Nancy Knight, and Deborah Smith (Sweet Tea and Jesus Shoes) come together once again to blend their unique southern voices into a collection of tales about the South, this time focusing their talents on the fictional town of Mossy Creek, Georgia. Chances are, you'll recognize it. But even if you don't, you'll want to come back, again and again. So welcome to Mossy Creek, the town that ain't going nowhere and don't want to.


Author Notes

Contemporary romance novelist Deborah Smith is a former newspaper editor. She writes under her own name as well as under the pseudonyms Jackie Leigh and Jacqueline Lennox. She has written around forty novels indcluding A Place to Call Home and When Venus Fell, which both received awards from Romantic Times magazine. She also won a Career Achievement Award from Romantic Times magazine.

She is a founding partner of BelleBooks, which is a small southern press known for feel good southern fiction including the Mossy Creek Hometown series and the Sweet Tea story collections.

(Bowker Author Biography) She is a sixth-generation Georgia native, is a former newspaper reporter & editor. She is married & lives in the mountains of North Georgia.

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