Red Whiskey Blues


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Red Whiskey Blues, the new novel from the critically acclaimed author of Good Deeds, is a powerful story of love, loss, and healing tinted with Denise Gess's special touch for edgy humor and eccentric characters. In 1982 in a quiet seaside town, thirty-threeyear-old Emily Hansen finds herself widowed, with a six-year-old daughter to raise, and a career as a children's writer at a standstill. With "all the compatible donors left for parts unknown," Emily struggles to keep her sense of humor and her sanity. Emily's no stranger to chaos: she's spent her life dealing with an alcoholic mother, the memory of the father who left them, and an unfaithful husband.
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