|Biggie and the Poisoned Politician by Nancy Bell - SIGNED 1st Edition|
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|This series offers two nonfiction and two general fiction or mystery titles aimed specifically at our older audience. One nonfiction title will be informational or self-help; the second will generally be a biography or memoir. The fiction titles will feature a senior character or theme. Mrs. Fiona "Biggie" Wooten Weatherford is well known for landing five-pound catfish, mowing down mailboxes when she drives, and owning half the county. Now she's mobilizing the local ladies against City Hall's new garbage dump, right next to the graveyard of their forefathers -- especially James Royce Wooten, founder of the town and namesake of Biggie's eleven-year-old grandson, J.R. But when the mayor himself drops facedown in his angel food cake, Biggie smells something worse than a garbage dump.|
|Number Of Pages||208 pages|
|Publisher||St. Martin's Press|
|LC Classification Number||PS3552.E5219B55 1996|
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If you read one of Nancy Bell's books, you will just have to read them all. It's like pecan pie; one piece will never be enough if there's a whole pie just waiting for you. Her East Texas flavor is pure down home good.
I bought this book because I was told it was a light, cozy mystery. It is and I would recommend it to everyone who liked The Cat Who books and any like it. It is a enjoyable read without sex, violence or foul language. Enjoy!