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"This is Susan Gregg Gilmore’s first novel, but her voice is similar to that of Fannie Flagg. Readers of Southern stories will enjoy the poignant self-discovery journey of this lovable heroine."
"Gilmore tells her tale with gentle humor and genuine regard for her characters."
“If I had to make a comparison, I would compare Susan Gregg Gilmore to Fannie Flagg, but Gilmore more than holds her own. This is an unusually engaging novel by a very fine writer who knows exactly what she is doing.”
—Lee Smith, author of The Last Girls
“Susan Gregg Gilmore’s debut novel, Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Queen, is storytelling at its best, entertaining and lively and full of surprises. Catherine Grace Cline, the endearing witty heroine, gives her domestic journey titles of Biblical proportion as she finds more than salvation along the way.”
—Jill McCorkle, author of Carolina Moon
From the Hardcover edition.
SUSAN GREGG GILMORE has written for the Chattanooga Times Free Press, the Los Angeles Times, and the Christian Science Monitor.See all Editorial Reviews
One of the best books I have read. Helped me acknowledge what is important- family, love, and faith. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Sharon Morrisette
I recommend this book for anyone looking for a well written light read. Nice story that kept my interest from the very first pagePublished 9 days ago by C manfred
Awesome read! Growing up in a Christian home this was especially meaningful and nostalgic for me. Hilarious and SO enjoyable!Published 17 days ago by Gail GA