Welcome to Eudora

Welcome to Eudora

A Novel

Book - 2007
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Baker & Taylor
The residents of Eudora, Kansas, confront all kinds of changes in their lives, including the arrival of Dr. Emery, his abortive romance with herbal healer Lottie Dougal, the doctor's new wife, the threatened closure of the local quarry, the opening of a new cafe, and the emergence of the town's previously isolated Hispanic population. Original. 30,000 first printing.

Blackwell North Amer
Eudora, a small town in the middle of wheat, oil, and cattle country, is on the verge of extinction. And Lottie Dougal, the local stationer with a healing touch, may be the only one who can bring the community back together–if she doesn’t destroy it first.

In a town like Eudora, where everyone knows you from birth to death, it takes a brave woman to color her hair. Since returning to Eudora from a stint in the big city, Lottie Dougal has streaked hers until her aubu`rn curls glow as bright as the neon sign at Chuck’s Beer and Bowl. Clearly, the woman is one of life’s risk takers. So when the town’s new doctor (and the object of Lottie’s affections) fails to produce the anticipated ring at the Snow Ball, rumor has it that Lottie is consulting Herbal Cures and Curses . . . for a spell.

But love potions, like good intentions, can backfire. Dr. Emery does indeed take a bride, but one who hails from a city far from Eudora’s main street. As if the arrival of this temptress and Lottie’s broken heart aren’t enough to keep Eudorans clucking and plotting, the town has its own share of growing pains. The quarry is in financial ruin and the mayoral election unearths long-buried racial friction. An unprecedented drama unfolds–which, naturally and often quite comically, reverberates through the lives of the residents trying to save their livelihoods and the future of the town. As for Lottie and the good doctor, well, Eudora has a plan of its own. . . .

Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, c2007
ISBN: 9780345492197
0345492196
Branch Call Number: F THE
Characteristics: 298 p. ; 21 cm

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