"I couldn't wait to see what was coming next in Belle's life."- Sara Powers, elementary teacher "I loved the way she describes life on a small farm in the early 1900's."- Gwen Rice, librarian "What a woman!"- David Martin, Editor of Fine Lines Sitting at the table was a rail thin woman I'd never seen before. She had raven black hair, shapely black eyebrows, bright red lipstick, and thick pancake makeup. She was wearing red silk lounging pajamas with white polka dots. Her nails were long and also red. A large diamond adorned one finger, and numerous rings were scattered on her other fingers. The final touch was the cigarette in a long black holder. When introductions were made, I learned this was Aunt Belle, it seemed obvious even to an eight-year-old that everyone wished Aunt Belle would just disappear. Joyce Dunn reveals the life and times of a bigger-than-life character trying to shape the world and find her place in it. von Dunn, Joyce
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