West of Venus by Judy Troy

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A funny and poignant love story, woven into the fabric of life in a small Kansas town, about a waitress and a state trooper who have to find themselves before they can find each other. Filled with convincing characters and details of small-town life, this novel has the charm and humor of Fannie Flagg's Fried Green Tomatoes.
 

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Published May 13, 1997 by Random House. 237 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Troy follows her critically acclaimed story collection (Mourning Doves) with a bittersweet and splendidly quirky story of love and friendship in tiny Venus, Kans. Divorced and about to turn 36, Holly

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