Multcolib My Librarian Darcee: Stay more with Donald Harington
Annotation:A college graduate and eagle Scout take turns as amateur archaeologists, nauralists, sleuths, and inevitably, lovers --as they discover the solution of a mystery revealing their own beginnings.
Annotation:Jacob and Noah Ingledew trudge 600 miles from their native Tennessee to found Stay More, a small town nestled in a narrow valley that winds among the Arkansas Ozarks and into the reader's imagination. The Ingledew saga - which follows six generations of 'Stay Morons' through 140 years of abundant living and prodigal loving - is the heart of Harrington's novel.
Annotation:With this wonderfully irreverent comic novel, Harington leaves off chronicling the human inhabitants of the Arkansas Ozark town of Stay More and turns his attention to its insect world.
Annotation:A young mountaineer is sentenced to the electric chair in 1914 Arkansas because of the testimony of a thirteen-year-old-girl who was raped in the backwoods of the Ozarks. Nail Chism appears doomed to death-until his innocence is championed by the staff artist of the state's leading newspaper.
Annotation:An Ozark doctor cures patients by visiting them in their dreams. Not a lucrative practice, so Doc Swain has to take a job in a school teaching hygiene where he falls in love with Tenny, a student.
Annotation:In this Stay More novel, Harington tracks the gubernatorial campaign of Vernon Ingledew, whose atheism, lack of college education, relationship with his first cousin, and so forth have been uncovered by the opposition.
Annotation:What starts out as a suspenseful recounting of child abduction evolves into a story of Robin Kerr growing up in the wilds of the Ozarks, on a remote, inaccessible mountain-top, where she is kept company by numerous animal companions and the ghost of a young boy.
Annotation:Every time Hoppy enters a town in his truck, he is greated with delight and anticipation. It's not that Hoppy is so special; it's the pitcher shows that he brings with him, the shoot-'em-ups and giddyappers that all the Ozark folk adore that have them lining up to welcome him.
Annotation:A nameless curator of American antiquities, seeks refuge from a devastating divorce in the wilderness of the Ozark mountains where he installs himself in a cave with only a dog for company and a primitive spear to provide his supper.
Annotation:Continues the story of the little town of Stay More, and reveals for the first time the mysteries of Latha Bourne, who is set apart from her fellow Stay Morons by her beauty, wit, and intense, unfulfilled sexuality.
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Discover the magical, mythical and wildly entertaining Ozark town of Stay More, Arkansas with America's greatest unknown author Donald Harington. Listed here in series order, but I suggest you start with the Architecture of the Arkansas Ozarks. From there, pick up another and well.... stay some more.