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Little Bitty Lies (Large Print / Paperback)
In a suburban Atlanta neighborhood where divorce is as rampant as kudzu, Mary Bliss McGowan doesn't notice that her own marriage is in trouble until the summer night she finds a note from her husband, Parker, telling her he's goneand has taken the family fortune with him.
Stunned and humiliated, a desperate Mary Bliss, left behind with her seventeen-year-old daughter, Erin, and a mountain of debt, decides to salvage what's left of her life by telling one little bitty lie . . . that starts to snowball until Parker turns up dead. Or does he?
Little Bitty Lies is a comic novel not only about one woman's lifelong quest for home but also about all the important things in life: marriage and divorce, mothers and daughters, friendship and betrayal, small-town secretsand the perfect recipe for chicken salad.
About the Author
Mary Kay Andrews is a former journalist for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and the author of Savannah Blues and Little Bitty Lies. She lives in Raleigh, North Carolina.
“Andrews’ wry comedic sense runs merrily through Little Bitty Lies, a delightful summer treat.”
-St. Petersburg Times
“Witty and sharp...light and frothy as a strawberry daiquiri.”
-Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel
“A breezy story fairly brimming with good spirits and feisty humor.”
“A comic Southern novel about all the important things in life.”
-Pensacola News Journal