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June 13, 2014

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John

Drat! You beat me to Potts. I had her on my radar for the past five months and was planning a post of her first book. But of course I got sidetracked with other writers. Potts reminds me of Dorothy Salisbury Davis in her early career. They both have some keen insight into the mores of small town America.

BV Lawson

Sorry, John! But there are others of her books you may be able to find, I hope (I discovered this at my local public library). The Davis analogy is a pretty apt one - some similarities there.

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