Arkansas writer Raymona Anderson’s second novel to be published by the Wild Rose Press got off to an enthusiastic start on Saturday, November 23 at the Living Waters Methodist Church in Centerton.
The novel, Bitter Pills and Deadly Potions, is set against the national soul-searching that followed the Kennedy assassination in 1963. The protagonist, Maggie Simpson, returns to her home town in search of reconciliation with her sister, Doreen, whom she expects to find living on the family property. Instead, she discovers that Doreen has been missing for years and another woman has taken her place.
Copies are available from the author and on Amazon.