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Tippett' S Cafe - Mary Ellen Preusser
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In the roaring twenties, Flonnie and Jack Tippett are Cafi owners on Galveston Island off the Texas coast in the Gulf of Mexico. Flonnie, a transplanted Atlanta belle, discovers her independence and strength when Jack's womanizing leaves her in charge of the Cafe. Jack's scandalous death and Flonnie's ability to transform it with a local hero's epitaph brings her to the attention of Horace Stern, editor of The Galveston Daily News and she develops a life-time commitment. Her love for Horace is matched only by her love for Beth, daughter of her best friend Agatha, who, on her deathbed, leaves Beth in Flonnie's care. A MUST READ! You won't put it down. Mary Ellen Preusser, Books, Fiction and Literature, Tippett' S Cafe Books>Fiction and Literature In the roaring twenties, Flonnie and Jack Tippett are Cafi owners on Galveston Island off the Texas coast in the Gulf of Mexico. Flonnie, a transplanted Atlanta belle, discovers her independence and strength when Jack's womanizing leaves her in charge of the Cafe. Jack's scandalous death and Flonnie's ability to transform it with a local hero's epitaph brings her to the attention of Horace Stern, editor of The Galveston Daily News and she develops a life-time commitment. Her love for Horace is matched only by her love for Beth, daughter of her best friend Agatha, who, on her deathbed, leaves Beth in Flonnie's care. A MUST READ! You won't put it down.

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Tippett' S Cafe

In the roaring twenties, Flonnie and Jack Tippett are Cafi owners on Galveston Island off the Texas coast in the Gulf of Mexico. Flonnie, a transplanted Atlanta belle, discovers her independence and strength when Jack's womanizing leaves her in charge of the Cafe. Jack's scandalous death and Flonnie's ability to transform it with a local hero's epitaph brings her to the attention of Horace Stern, editor of The Galveston Daily News and she develops a life-time commitment. Her love for Horace is matched only by her love for Beth, daughter of her best friend Agatha, who, on her deathbed, leaves Beth in Flonnie's care. A MUST READ! You won't put it down.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781599263540
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1599263548
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

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ISBN/EAN: 9781599263540

ISBN - alternate spelling:
1-59926-354-8, 978-1-59926-354-0


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