Nowhere is Somewhere by Malinda Hall

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When Louisa Daniel and her daughter, Emily Kristich, set off for West Texas to execute the will of Louisa's Aunt Atie, they think they're going to one funeral. Three funerals later, Louisa and Emily have opened more closets and discovered more skeletons rattling around in them than they bargained for. Louisa takes Emily along, so her daughter can get to know relatives she has met only a couple times. Emily discovers the family of a college roommate not far from her relatives. Texas is a big state, but the journey of Louisa and Emily proves it's a small world. Mother and daughter thought they were going to the middle of nowhere, but, as their story progresses, they find the middle of nowhere is somewhere in the middle of all the action.

About Malinda Hall

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Hall has been a bookkeeper, speech therapist, and an English and Math teacher.
Published June 17, 2002 by iUniverse. 260 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Sixtyish Louisa Daniel investigates some genealogical mysteries in a small West Texas town in Hall's whimsical second mystery (after 2000's Social Graces) to feature the California social worker.

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