Mother RoadAudiobook CD - 2003
"On a hot summer day in 1932, Andy Connors, who owns a garage that serves Route 66, finds himself in major trouble: He's been bitten by a rabid skunk. Fortunately, Yates, a man whose life Andy had once saved, is stopping by for gas and immediately takes control of the situation. After driving Andy to Oklahoma City for treatments, he returns to manage the garage while Andy recovers. Yates is also there to help Andy's two daughters and Leona, the woman who tends them--and who is the town scandal because she's not married to Andy. Drawn to this tough and tender woman, Yates is soon defending her against the local residents and her brother, who's intent on punishing Leona for disgracing him. Caught in the turmoil of gossip and threats, Yates and Leona will find their love tested at every turn--especially when her brother is murdered."--Container.
Publisher: Hampton, N.H. : BBC Audiobooks America, p2003
Branch Call Number: COMPACT DISC FICTION GAR
Characteristics: 8 compact sound discs (ca. 10 hrs.) : digital ; 12 cm