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The Supremes at Earl's All-You-Can-Eat



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Author
Moore, Edward Kelsey
Descriptors
African-American Authors
African-Americans
Family History
Female Relationships
First Novels
Friendship
Ghosts
Gossip
Grief
Loss
Marriage
Restaurants
Small-town Life
Location/Setting:
Indiana
Time Period:
1960s
2000s
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Summary
Dubbed the Supremes as teens in the 1960s, Odette, Clarice, and Barbara Jean forged a friendship at the window table at Earl’s All-You-Can-Eat that had the strength to last a lifetime. Forty years have passed and life was not always kind to them, but the Supremes have stuck together through it all. Now, the trio is facing some of their greatest challenges as events from the past continue to impact the present. Luckily, they still have each other and their table at Earl’s.
Critique
The heartbreaks and joys of ordinary lives are captured beautifully in this charming debut novel. Full of colorful characters and witty banter, this book is a tribute to the enduring power of lasting friendships.
ISBN
9780307959928
  iBistro
# of Pages
307
Published
2013
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Reviewer's Initials: MA


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