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The Second Coming of Lucy Hatch

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I was thirty-three years old when my husband walked out into a field one morning and never came back, and I went in one quick leap from wife to widow.

Lucy Hatch never expected more of life than to spend it on an East Texas farm with her silent and stoic husband, Mitchell. Now that the curtain has abruptly come down, she's back where it all started — in tiny Mooney — living in a rundown old house perched on the edge of nowhere, meaning to carry out her widowhood in the manner of her old maid Aunt Dove, in peaceful solitude.

But life, and the folks of Mooney, have other plans for Lucy. In hardly any time at all, she's mortified her entire family. And without even trying, she's caught the eye of the local handyman, Ash Farrell — lifting eyebrows and setting tongues wagging. Everyone in town, it seems, thinks theguitar-playing, lady-loving Ash is the wrong choice of company for a brand new widow. All Lucy Hatch knows for sure is that she hasn't had much worth remembering in her first thirty-three years. This is her life, after all, and for the very first time, she intends to live it.

Marsha Moyer's exhilarating debut is a funny, poignant, and winsome tale about self-discovery and starting over at the beginning — and of love popping up in the most unlikely place and time to transform a heart and nourish a soul. You're never going to forget Lucy Hatch.

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Lucy Hatch never expected more of life than to spend it on an East Texas farm with her silent and stoic husband, Mitchell. Now that the curtain has abruptly come down, she's back where it all started in tiny Mooney. But life, and the folks of Mooney, have other plans for Lucy.

About the Author

Marsha Moyer is a native of Texas and has lived there all her life. She is the author of one previous novel, The Second Coming of Lucy Hatch.

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ISBN:
9780060081669
Author:
Moyer, Marsha
Publisher:
William Morrow & Company
Subject:
General
Subject:
Psychological
Subject:
Widows
Subject:
General Fiction
Subject:
Psychological fiction
Subject:
Literature-A to Z
Edition Description:
Trade PB
Publication Date:
20030531
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TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
A <i>-- <i>E! Online - Cool Stuff</i></i>
Language:
English
Pages:
320
Dimensions:
8.01x5.30x.81 in. .50 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , Lucy Hatch never expected more of life than to spend it on an East Texas farm with her silent and stoic husband, Mitchell. Now that the curtain has abruptly come down, she's back where it all started in tiny Mooney. But life, and the folks of Mooney, have other plans for Lucy.
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