St. Martin's Press
Ride along with Lin Breedlove Scott as she returns to her family home after she divorces her husband of thirty years. Lin finds out that a lot of things have changed since her childhood. Her uncle who has Alzheimer's is living with her aging parents as well as her brother who is a recovering alcoholic. Lin ends up working at the local pharmacy/diner while also going to school to get her Realtor's license. She becomes involved with her neighbor, a divorced pharmacist. Lin also volunteers to help a friend with his campaign for mayor in order to "clean up" the town's corrupt politicians and cronies.
A very interesting read about adapting to change and family dynamics, this book was recently discussed by the Fantastic Fiction group at the Seymour Library.-Kim D.