Book Review – Queen of the Pine Curtain

Book Review – Queen of the Pine Curtain

D.B. Mauldin

Queen of the Pine Curtain

By: Barb Robertson

Queen of the Pine Curtain

Summary

Claire’s peculiar grandmother warned her of the family curse but that’s when she was a child and believed in magic, Seventh tribes and Petal people. Not anymore. Claire is a grown woman with adult problems. At twenty five, she’s devastated by a divorce that leaves her feeling unloved and used up. To top it off, she’s mentally unstable and forced to move in with her parents which proves to be a disaster. Memories start to surface which sets off a series of events both harrowing, heartwarming and disturbing. Magic, mayhem and madness collide when Claire faces the demons of her past, her hidden self and the family curse that may or may not exist.

This dark and magical novel delivers a portrait of southern life with wisecracking, moving characters and the discovery of faith in unexpected places. It provides a raw…

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