Flies on the Butter by Denise Hildreth Jones

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Can you ever really go home again?

Rose Fletcher's come a long way from her South Carolina up-bringing of Sunday church and Mamaw's fried chicken. As a high-powered lobbyist in Washington, D.C., Rose has put the South behind her. But the peace and happiness she has sought eludes her. With her marriage on the brink of disaster, her mind races with the chaos her life has become.

Now Rose must head south for home. She'll face her demons, relive her coming-of-age, and confront the issues that have kept her away all these years. It'll take the intervention of strangers and a painful miracle of grace to help her find that place called "home" once again.


About Denise Hildreth Jones

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Denise Hildreth-Jones is a writer and international speaker for women's ministries, churches, and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. Denise began her career more than 17 years ago writing for other people. She eventually ventured into the world of fiction with her first novel, "Savannah from Savannah", and has since published several books. Her novels have been featured in "Southern Living"; hailed as "smart and witty" by" Library Journal;" and chosen for the Pulpwood Queen's and Women of Faith book clubs. And her recent novel is "Hurricanes in Paradise." Denise makes her home in Nashville, Tennessee, where she lives with her husband, five bonus children, and two dogs and enjoys a good book and a Coca-Cola. Visit her website at www.denisehildreth.com or the popular community and blog resource for singles she has created called "Flying Solo" at www.denisehildreth.typepad.com.
Published February 13, 2007 by Thomas Nelson. 289 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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