Beulah Kettlehole and the Patriarchal Ice

Barbara Parsons

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ISBN: 9781933480381

Beulah Kettlehole and the Patriarchal Ice

  Author:   Barbara Parsons    
  Publisher:  Bunim & Bannigan

Bogotá, Colombia, 1971. This is the atmospheric and humorous tale of Claire Chesterton, blonde and flashy, newly posted to the British Trade delegation, who fears herself on the brink of ineligibility. A makeover brings several suitors, among them Jeremy Jooning, the delegation’s Number Three, a charming lush in a tired marriage. Claire’s cruel dismissal, upon following Jooning to New York, provides the finally spur to satisfying independence.

Details and Specs
ISBN associated with this title: 9781933480381
Item BU0014
PublisherBunim & Bannigan
PublisherBunim & Bannigan
Published on March 7 2016
Language eng
Pages 240
Format Hardcover
Dimensions9(in) x 6(in)
Shipping weight316(g)
Barbara P. Parsons was born in Portsmouth, England, to a naval family. After working overseas in many different lands, she came to the U.S. with her American husband in 1973. She presently resides in Prince Edward Island, Canada. She was active for many years in green and animal liberation issues, and contributed articles to Sierra Club's Wildlife Involvement News and edited the UFETA (Unitarians for Ethical Treatment of Animals) newsletter. Her novel, Beulah Kettlehole and the Patriarchal Ice, was first published in 2001 by the Writers Club Press and reprinted in 2016 by Bunim and Bannigan.