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Searching for Paradise in Parker, PA (Paperback)
From the bestselling author of The Sunday List of Dreams and Annie Freeman’s Fabulous Traveling Funeral comes a poignant, funny, and uplifting novel of a woman at midlife whose search for happiness within her marriage—and within herself—turns a whole town upside down.
When Lucky Lipton wins a trip to Paradise—a.k.a. Costa Rica—his wife Addy hopes they will be able to turn their faltering twenty-eight-year marriage around. But on the day of their departure, Lucky fractures his back tossing their luggage into his truck. With the husband she barely knows anymore parked indefinitely on her couch, Addy decides it’s time to make big changes—and drastic choices.
Addy begins a crusade to revive her dreams—and she takes the women of Parker, Pennsylvania, along for the wild ride. Soon Parker’s men will realize they’ll have to step up to the plate to keep their wives and lovers happy. And a whole town is about to learn that to reach paradise, you must travel through your heart—and to get there, you don’t even need to leave home.
About the Author
Kris Radish is a nationally syndicated columnist and the author of"Searching for Paradise in Parker, PA," The" Sunday List of Dreams, Annie Freeman's Fabulous Traveling Funeral, Dancing Naked at the Edge of Dawn, The Elegant Gathering of White Snows," " The Shortest Distance Between Two Women," and""Hearts on a String"." She lives in Florida, where she is at work on her next novel, which Bantam will publish
“Kris Radish sings the praises of sisterhood by creating an enticing world of women helping women to become the empowered individuals they were meant to be.”—Booklist
“Women will surely connect with Radish’s empowered femmes.” —Publishers Weekly
“Radish unrolls a rollicking yet reflective read that adds to her robust repertoire of beloved fiction….What’s a reader to do but relish the ride?” —BookPage
“Kris Radish creates characters that seek and then celebrate the discovery of … women’s innate power.” —Denver Post