Reads like a cross between Sue Monk Kidd and Beth Hoffman.
Ariel: The real Crater mystery is filled with all these fascinating but seemingly disconnected details: mysterious cash-filled envelopes, theater tickets, grand jury investigations, random injuries, missing wills, bribery allegations.
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But her party is late, and without an audience she looks small and alone, like an invalid in an over-sized church pew.
Stella Crater has avoided this confession for thirty-nine years.