Wedding cakes, rats and rodeo queens
"...an extraordinary biography of an extraordinary woman". -- The Globe and Mail "Downie makes an impressive debut as a biographer". -- Maclean's
Acclaimed author Anne Cameron delivers a knockout one-two reading punch with the publication of Wedding Cakes, Rats and Rodeo Queens. Here's a novel riding roughshod with twists of lust, violence and murder, yet filled with extraordinary characters searching for love, acceptance and redemption. There's Kitty, our heroine, who's tough as nails on the outside and achingly vulnerable on the inside. She and her four siblings are growing up in the human equivalent of a toxic waste dump: their only positive role model is the "Gunsmoke" family they see in re-runs. All of them searching for their own peculiar brand of love, these are vividly drawn characters who deftly rope us into a story that is raucously funny and poignantly tender -- a wild and unforgettable read.
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Review: Wedding Cakes, Rats And Rodeo QueensUser Review - Shirley Adamson - Goodreads
If you ever wanted to read Margaret Atwood but never had the patience to learn how..try Anne Cameron and her novel "Wedding Cakes, Rats, and Rodeo Queens". A journey through the harsh impoverished ... Read full review