Lone Star Cafe
Center Point Pub.,
Center Point large print ed.
Laura Draper is having the worst day of her life. Before she knows what's happening, her career as a magazine editor, her relationship with a well-known photojournalist, and her sanity are all unraveling. She finds herself marooned at a crossroads in nowhere Texas wondering which way to turn when two very strange, elderly ladies convince Laura to come inside their little café. There, Mernalene and Hasselene serve up their special coffee, homemade buttermilk pie, and one delectable, home-grown cowboy. When you're living an hour from the nearest Wal Mart, and even further from the nearest mall, you learn to appreciate the simple things our parents and grandparents treasured. In this part of the world, life moves with a quiet simplicity, and every town is centered around the local café. -- Lisa Wingate, writing about the inspiration for her Texas trilogy.
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|Grouping Title||lone star cafe|
|Grouping Author||wingate lisa|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-08-15 01:04:28AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-11-19 04:21:17AM|
|detailed_location_basalt||Basalt Large Print|
|display_description||Marooned in Nowhere, Texas, Laura Draper finds herself pulled into the scene at the Lone Star Cafe, and a certain local guitar-picking fellow.|
|local_callnumber_basalt||LP F WIN|
|owning_library_basalt||Basalt Regional Library|
|subject_facet||Large type books|
Restaurants -- Fiction
Texas -- Fiction
Women journalists -- Fiction
|title_display||Lone Star Cafe|
|title_full||Lone Star Cafe [text (large print)] / Lisa Wingate|
|title_short||Lone Star Cafe|