Wrigley is funny, sad, and poignant, right down to her name: Wrigley Strawberry Field. We catch her life over six days, as she reconciles the fact that she is dying. We see the strength of a young woman whose life was a chaotic menagerie: raised by hippy parents, childhood tattoo, first date, working in a crematorium, marriage, children, divorce (her husband was in bed with a waitress during the reception), her success as an artist, etc. And with the support of her neighbor and her attorney (Biscuit Grivet), how she tells her two young children that mommy is going away.
But . it's her story. Let's let her tell it.
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About the Author
John McCormack lives in the Missouri Ozarks with his wife, Sherry. He enjoys writing and teaching Political Science. His other novels include, Deathblow, Murder At the Arma Homecoming, A Season In Hell, and The Caicos Connection. He is presently developing a dectective series.