Crooked Little Heart

Contemporary Literature & Fiction

Author: Anne Lamott

With the same winning combination of humor and honesty that marked her recent nonfiction bestsellers, Operating Instructions and Bird by Bird, Anne Lamott presents an exuberant novel about a family for whom the joys and sorrows of everyday life are magnified under the glare of the unexpected.Rosie Ferguson, in the first bloom of young womanhood, is obsessed with tournament….Read More

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