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Hardcover The Amen Trail [Large Print] Book

ISBN: 078628675X

ISBN13: 9780786286751

The Amen Trail [Large Print]

(Book #2 in the Whippoorwill Series)

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A New York Times Bestselling AuthorSequel to WhippoorwillEx-prostitute Leticia Murphy is hell-bent on redemption, and Eulis, the town drunk, is not averse to turning over a new leaf as well. If they... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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5 ratings

last book of a don't-miss trilogy

Starts with Whippoorwill, then The Hen House, and finally The Amen Trail. If you haven't read these, you have missed a wonderful, funny, sad story with characters you will love. You might have trouble finding these books, but they are worth the hunt. I didn't want the story to end.


I am not going to give a synoposis of the story-it has been done by more intelligent and literate than I. however, this story is a romp of laughs in the saga of Letty and Eulis. A stand alone story although part of a triology it is best read in bed so you have room to laugh and kick up your heels. I highly recommend this book and the other two readalongs. As long as Sharon does this I will be first in line to buy.


I am a Sharon Sala/Diana McCall fan. I have read most of her books. When I started reading "Whippowill" I was surprised and did not know at first if I would like it. When I read it, I laughed so much I fell in love with the book. Then I read "The Amen Trail". I read it in one day because I could not put it down. I had tears rolling down my cheeks because I laughed so hard. When the book was finished I felt bad because it was finished. I think Sharon Sala out did herself with this one. I hope she adds another book to this series. Thoroughly enjoyable. Laughter is good for the soul and this book really makes you laugh.

Great Book - Worth Your Time and $$$

This is quite a departure for Sharon Sala. A wonderful departure. This is a sequel to Whippoorwill. I did not read the first, and had no problem getting into this story. Lettie and Eulis are not the quintessential heroine and the beginning of the story. However, by the end of the story they are truly hero and heroine material. Lettie is a reformed good-time-girl. Eulis is a reformed alcoholic. They are fraudulently presenting themselves as a nun and a priest. It may sound sacrilegious, but it is truly not. They have turned their lives around and are attempting to do good, bless the lives of the people around them, and make restitution for their sins. The people they meet along to way to Colorado are wonderful. The blessings that Lettie and Eulis bring to the lives of the people they spend time with, and vice versa are priceless. I laughed out loud as I read this story! Please, read it - you won't be disappointed!

Laughed so hard I cried!

This sequel to Whippoowill is even funnier than the first book. When I read parts of The Amen Trail I was laughing so hard I was glad I was at home because if I had been in public people would have thought I was crazy. Letty and her partner are even funnier than in the original book.
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