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The Darling Dahlias and the silver dollar bush / Susan Wittig Albert.

Book Book (2014.)
Description: xvi, 285 pages ; 21 cm.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Prime Crime, 2014.
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  • ISBN: 0425260607 (hardback)
  • ISBN: 9780425260609 (hardback)
  • Edition: First edition.
Summary: "It's the spring of 1933 and times are tough all over. The only businessman not struggling is moonshiner Mickey LeDoux, though he still has to steer clear of federal agents. But banks are closing all over the country, and the small town of Darling is no exception. Folks are suddenly caught short on cash and everyone is in a panic. Desperate to avoid disaster, several town leaders--including Alvin Duffy, the bank's new vice president--hatch a plan to print Darling Dollars on newspaperman Charlie Dickens' printing press. The "funny money" can serve as temporary currency so the town can function. But when the first printing of the scrip disappears, the Darling Dahlias set out to discover who made an unauthorized withdrawal. Meanwhile County Treasurer Verna Tidwell questions whether she can trust Alvin Duffy--and the feelings he stirs up inside her. And Liz Lacy learns her longtime beau may be forced into a shotgun wedding. Seems other troubles don't just go away when there's a crisis. There'll be no pennies from heaven, but if anyone can balance things out, folks can bank on the Darling Dahlias.."--
Citation: Albert, Susan Wittig. "The Darling Dahlias and the silver dollar bush." New York : Berkley Prime Crime, 2014.
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