Letters From Home by Jo Barrett

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Letters from home lift John Caldwell's spirits during his tour of duty in Iraq. Phoebe Honeycutt, otherwise known as Aunt Bee to all the kids in the neighborhood, fills an empty place in his life through her letters and cookie care packages after the death of his grandmother. But what John doesn't realize is that Phoebe isn't the doddering old lady he believes her to be. And when they come face to face at last, her delicious cookies aren't the only things he wants to sample.

About Jo Barrett

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Jo Barrett was born in Okinawa, Japan. She moved to San Antonio, Texas, with her family and attended the University of Texas, Austin, where she received the Normandy Scholarship. From Texas she moved to Washington, D.C., to work on Capitol Hill. While working full-time, she earned a law degree from Georgetown University. Instead of taking a legal job, she moved to New York City to become a writer.
Published September 5, 2008 by The Wild Rose Press. 208 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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