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Looking for salvation at the Dairy Queen

a novel

by Susan Gregg Gilmore

  • 362 Want to read
  • 25 Currently reading

Published by Shaye Areheart Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Young women -- Fiction.,
  • City and town life -- Fiction.,
  • Self-actualization (Psychology) -- Fiction.,
  • Ringgold (Ga.) -- Fiction.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSusan Gregg Gilmore.
    GenreFiction.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS3607.I4527 L66 2008
    The Physical Object
    Pagination296 p. ;
    Number of Pages296
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21874270M
    ISBN 109780307395016
    LC Control Number2007032673

      Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Queen. A preacher's daughter wants nothing more than to leave her small town. Reading Susan Gregg Gilmore's debut novel is almost like being introduced to the author herself. The former journalist writes Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Queen in a conversational Southern dialect that includes frequent use of words like "dad-gum." The reader is instantly immersed in a world of chigger bites, berry picking, comfort food and Sunday school.

    Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Queen: A Novel by Susan Gregg Gilmore About the Book Sometimes you have to return to the place where you began, to arrive at the place where you belong. It’s the early s. The town of Ringgold, Georgia, has a population of 1,, one traffic light, one Dairy Queen, and one Catherine Grace Cline. Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Excerpt; Excerpt. Excerpt Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Queen: A Novel. by Susan Gregg Gilmore. She’d have much rather been in the library picking out a new book to read than waiting to look at some strange man cut a ribbon.

      Read "Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Queen A Novel" by Susan Gregg Gilmore available from Rakuten Kobo. Sometimes you have to return to the place where you began, to arrive at the place where you belong. It’s the early s /5(32). Sometimes you have to return to the place where you began, to arrive at the place where you belong. It's the early s. The town of Ringgold, Georgia, has a population of 1,, one traffic light, one Dairy Queen, and one Catherine Grace Cline. The daughter of Ringgold's third-generation Baptist p.


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Looking for salvation at the Dairy Queen by Susan Gregg Gilmore Download PDF EPUB FB2

Susan Gregg Gilmore is the author of the novels Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Queen and The Improper Life of Bezellia Grove.

She has written for the Chattanooga Times Free Press, the Los Angeles Times and the Christian Science Monitor.

Born in Nashville, she lives in Tennessee with her husband and three daughters/5(). Looking For Salvation at the Dairy Queen is a really different sort of book that tells the story of a girl who dreams of life beyond her small town until she finally gets her chance to escape.

What happens isn't at all what she expects, and this book vividly gives /5. "Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Queen: A Novel" by Susan Gregg Gilmore is a great story about family, faith, friendship, and love in a small Georgia town.

The main character is Catherine Grace, daughter of the local Baptist preacher/5(). Susan Gregg Gilmore is the author of the novels Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Queen and The Improper Life of Bezellia Grove.

She has written for the Chattanooga Times Free Press, the Los Angeles Times and the Christian Science Monitor. Born in Nashville, she lives in Tennessee with her husband and three daughters/5(76). Excerpt: Looking For Salvation At The Dairy Queen. Chapter One In the Beginning.

My daddy always said that if the good Lord can take the time to care for something as small as a baby sparrow nesting in a tree, then surely He could take the time to listen to a little girl in Ringgold, Georgia. Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Queen is Susan Gregg Gilmore's heartwarming novel about a young woman who is trying to find her own way and place in the world, while balancing that with loyalty and commitment to family and friends.

She accomplishes that after growing up in a smalll town, as a PK - Preacher's Kid, a double whammy!/5(). "Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Looking for salvation at the Dairy Queen book is a lighthearted, humorous novel that confronts some deep issues like faith, forgiveness, and judgment.

Catherine Grace Cline is a young girl growing up in small town Ringgold, Georgia, a real life town just south of Chattanooga, Tennessee and a. Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Queen is one of my favorite books. Susan Gregg Gilmore spoke at my book club and my middle school.

Everyone was totally smitten with her. She is a very engaging speaker. I encourage everyone to read this book and get in touch with Ms. Gilmore - you'll be glad you did!!!. J at PM. Intelligent, charming, and utterly readable, Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Queen marks the debut of a talented new literary voice.4/5(30).

"Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Queen: A Novel" by Susan Gregg Gilmore is a great story about family, faith, friendship, and love in a small Georgia town. The main character is Catherine Grace, daughter of the local Baptist preacher/5.

Susan Gregg Gilmore is the author of the novels Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Queen and The Improper Life of Bezellia Grove. She has written for the Chattanooga Times Free Press, the Los Angeles Times and the Christian Science More about Susan Gregg Gilmore.

Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Queen avg rating — 10, ratings — published — 2 editions Want to Read saving /5. "We loved this book by Susan Gregg Gilmore, and not just because she lives in Nashville. Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Queen is funny, poignant and impossible to put down. Catherine Grace Cline is the daughter of a Baptist minister.

Nothing is what is seems in her so called simple uncomplicated life in Ringgold, Georgia.5/5(5). “Susan Gregg Gilmore’s debut novel, Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Queen, is storytelling at its best, entertaining and lively and full of surprises.

Catherine Grace Cline, the endearing witty heroine, gives her domestic journey titles of Biblical proportion as she finds more than salvation along the way.” —Jill McCorkle, author of Carolina Moon.

Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Queen by Susan Gregg Gilmore is one of books that I would love to recommend to everyone but I am not sure they would enjoy it as much as I did.

That is an odd statement, isn't it. The story is set in a tiny town of less than 2, residents, Ringgold, Georgia with one stoplight, one post office and a Dairy Queen.4/5(25). Book Summary: The title of this book is Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Queen and it was written by Susan Gregg Gilmore.

This particular edition is in a Paperback format. This books publish date is and it has a suggested retail price of $ It was published by Broadway Books and has a total of pages in the : Susan Gregg Gilmore is the author of the novels Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Queen and The Improper Life of Bezellia has written for the Chattanooga Times Free Press, the Los Angeles Times and the Christian Science in Nashville, she.

Includes biography, appearances, book excerpts, reviews and the authors blog. THE FUNERAL DRESS “A revelatory novel that offers an evocative account of the lives of Appalachian working women.” LOOKING FOR SALVATION AT THE DAIRY QUEEN "Stellar literary debut.".

The town of Ringgold, Georgia, has a population of 1, one traffic light, one Dairy Queen, and one Catherine Grace Cline. The daughter of Ringgold’s third-generation Baptist preacher, Catherine Grace is quick-witted, more than a little stubborn, and dying to escape her small-town life.

Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Queen. By: I finished this book only because it was a book club selection. I am pretty sure I would have stopped an hour or two into it and then would have asked for my credit back.

(although we called it something else) at the Dairy Queen. And we have all looked for salvation. How wise was Eddie. Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Queen Susan Gregg Gilmore, read by Tavia Gilbert. Tantor Media, unabridged, six CDs, hrs., $ ISBN out of 5 stars looking for salvation at the dairy queen.

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 5 September Verified Purchase. this is a story about living in small town america, and wanting to get out.

the main character narrates the whole story, you see the town through her eyes. i really liked this story, i liked the main character, and /5().Get this from a library! Looking for salvation at the Dairy Queen. [Susan Gregg Gilmore] -- The daughter of a third-generation Baptist preacher, Catherine Grace is quick-witted, stubborn, and dying to escape her small-town life.

When the dream becomes a reality, she leaves behind her family.