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Cathie Pelletier was born in Allagash, Maine in 1953. from the University of Maine in 1976.
The townspeople of rural Mattagash, Maine, are only too familiar with the crazy antics of Sonny Gifford. But when he takes two women and a poodle hostage in his ex-wife's trailer in Bangor, even his. Cathie Pelletier was born in Allagash, Maine in 1953. She has written books under her own name and the pseudonym K. C. McKinnon. The books written under her own name include The Funeral Makers, A Marriage Made at Woodstock, The Summer Experiment, and A Year After Henry.
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Then, for no reason, she had decided not to plant a garden for the first time in thirty-four years.
Then, for no reason, she had decided not to plant a garden for the first time in thirty-four years ked about on television, thanks to that big Hubble telescope, an apparatus Lola Monihan would dearly love to own. And then Sonny Gifford, her only boy, had turned up on Channel 4. Now it seemed Sonny was everywhere. Theresa had called to say that she’d seen a news clip on CNN, way down there in Connecticut.
Fortune hadn't been particularly kind to Mattie Gifford
is one of Pelletier's most sublime creations. -Booklist Fortune hasn't been kind to 66-year-old Mattie Gifford. Her mother committed suicide, her husband slept with her best friend, and she can't stand her three selfish daughters.
Beaming Sonny Home book. Cathie Pelletier is funny, and this book, set in Mattagash, Maine, will be especially funny to anyone (probably female) who suspects that Mothers favor their sons over their daughters. Her paragraphs are sometimes way too long, but there is lots to laugh about, and she wraps everything up with a surprise (to me, anyway) ending. Nov 20, 2018 Susan Emmet rated it really liked it.
Beaming Sonny Home is a poignant tale of disappointment and a mother's love that stands as a testament to Pelletier's gift . A crazy, rollicking whoop of a book, written with a poet's sensibility and deeply wacky down-home wisdom. -Lee Smith, author of The Last Girls.
Beaming Sonny Home is a poignant tale of disappointment and a mother's love that stands as a testament to Pelletier's gift for storytelling. If you liked Olive Kitteridge, you'll love The One-Way Bridge. Lee Smith, author of The Last Girls. A century after the impulsive McKinnon brothers set out to tame the Canadian wilderness and instead landed in Mattagash, Maine, their madcap legacy reigns supreme.
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Cathie Pelletier (born 1953) is an award-winning novelist and songwriter who was born and raised in Allagash, a rural . Beaming Sonny Home, 1996. Running the Bulls, 2005. The One-Way Bridge, 2013.
Cathie Pelletier (born 1953) is an award-winning novelist and songwriter who was born and raised in Allagash, a rural town in Aroostook County, Maine. 3 Books by this author. 6 Song-writing career. 7 References Books by this author. Widows Walk (Poetry), 1976. The Funeral Makers, 1986. The Summer Experiment, 2014. Dancing at the Harvest Moon, 1997. Candles on Bay Street, 1998.