The Lager Queen of Minnesota
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A story about a grandma, the family who loves her, and the inheritance they are all counting on for their own reasonsBy most measures the inheritance is modest, but when Edith Kipling takes control of the last parcel of her parents' land she feels she's won the lottery. She can finally move into an assisted living community, bake rhubarb pies for the neighbors, and no longer share a home with her grandson and his girlfriend. But her children have other ideas: if Edith would just accept her wealthy cousin's offer of $31,000 for the land, she could pass on their rightful share of her family farm's last yield. Even a portion would be a windfall for any of them--facilitating a mortgage payment to keep a home, some Christmas presents for the kids, or a car repair to keep a job. Edith, widow to one of Minnesota's kindest but poorest men, has never owned much of anything, and at last succumbs to a pull that leaves her children, and even herself, longing for financial security. Most of Edith's relatives stop speaking to her, and the family that she took pride in keeping together is torn apart. When Edith's granddaughter, Diana, the frontwoman of the lauded indie rock band Smarmy Kitten, inherits the farmland, readers wonder if history will repeat itself. Will she do right by her family or Read More chevron_right
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