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Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Review - Where's Your Daddy?

Where’s Your Daddy? by Sue Ann Jaffarian is the third short story in the “Holidays From Hell” mystery series. September 2011



How do you celebrate Father’s Day when your father has flown the familial coop? For Zelda Bowen it means carrying on with the tradition of visiting, Pops, her cantankerous and ill-tempered grandfather. Armed with his beloved burgers, she shows up at his retirement home ready to do the usual battle with the old codger. But is Zelda visiting out of respect for her grandfather or with a plan to ambush her own dad when he visits the old man? Both heartbreaking and hilarious, Where’s Your Daddy? shows you are never too old to change or too hurt to forgive.



Hoping to run into her father, Zelda visit with her grandfather and learns more about herself than she bargained for. This story will put a smile on your face and leave your heart filled with warmth. This was another great read and I can’t wait for the next holiday visit.



--Dru



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