When I finished it, I hang on tight to it for weeks, just like a lil girl when she gets a new doll. Maddy and Syd are still one of the best lesfic couples out there, they are made for each other and I love every scene they are together but the; 1. This book is one of my most favorite when I read it last year. It was mentioned in the novel, Jericho. The nicknames Maddie, her name is Maddie. I cringed every single time David addressed Maddie.
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Newly Reissued Book 1 of the Jericho Series Librarian Syd Murphy flees the carnage of a failed marriage by accepting an eighteen-month position in Jericho—a small town in the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia.
Her plans to hide out and heal her wounds fall by the wayside as she gets drawn into the daily lives of the quirky locals. Together they learn that life and love can have as many twists and turns as a country road.
Jericho is also available in the following formats: Audiobook via Audible. But it is full of superb observation of human character and behaviour. It is infused with love and humour, drawing out and catching the idiosyncrasies of a wide cast of locals that we can all recognise and largely empathise with.
From its opening paragraph, the reader is greeted with rich detail, flowing internal dialogue, witty humor, jagged verbal jousting, and a joyous intellectual tete-a-tete.
No, really. I loved this book. And not just because it had a librarian in it. Loved, adored, brilliant, laugh out loud and amusing would also not begin to do this book justice. It is wonderfully written: the vocabulary is subtle and precise, the tone playful and the dialogues are well-crafted.
It is also packed with literary and musical references as well as evocations of mouth-watering meals and good wines. I strongly recommend this refreshing and delightful novel. Medal for her body of work. She is a four-time winner of the Golden Crown Literary Award. An award-winning graphic designer, she resides in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Her five-year-old Golden Retriever, frantically paced back and forth in the rear of the Cherokee. Any time Maddie made the trek to Charlotte for supplies with Pete in tow, she had to endure his excited behavior whenever the New River snaked into view along the roadside. I promise. Be a good boy, now. Its flashers were on. A woman stood at the back, leaning into the open cargo area, pulling out boxes and suitcases.
Jericho by Ann McMan