Big Stone Gap

Big Stone Gap by Adriana Trigiani has been on my to-be-read pile for a long time. It took me a while to get through (my reading has been remarkably slow at this busy time of my work year), but I am glad I stuck with it. It was an enjoyable story about a single pharmacist living in a small town who finds out that her father is not her father. Relationships are at the center of this novel and, while it wasn’t a five-star book, it was certainly a good read.

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