Garrison Keillor's latest book is about the wedding of a girl named Dede Ingebretson, who comes home from California with a guy named Brent. Dede has made a fortune in veterinary aromatherapy; Brent bears a strong resemblance to a man wanted for extortion who's pictured on a poster in the town's post office. Then there's the memorial service for Dede's aunt Evelyn, who led a footloose and adventurous life after the death of her husband 17 years previously. Add a surprise boyfriend and a band of newly arrived Mormon missionaries, and the gently rendered chaos is complete.More
Audie Award Winner, Narration by the Author or Authors, 2008
"There's plenty of fun to be had with the well-timed deadpans and homespun wit." (Publishers Weekly)
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Brillliant but not lighthearted
I was expecting a bit more humor