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Just finished reading Charms for the Easy Life by Kaye Gibbons. Kaye is the author of Ellen Foster which I read some time ago. Both books are outstanding.

Charms is the story of three generations of strong, southern women. The matriarch, Charlie Kate, is my favorite of the three. I wish I could have had her guiding me.

I read the entire novel in one night. I couldn't put it down. Kaye Gibbons' writing style is so fluid and interesting that I was halfway through it before I even noticed. My only objection is that I want her stories to be longer. I hated to stop reading.

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