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The Miracle of Myrtle: Saint Gone Wild

February 3, 2009 by · 1 comment

Donna Ison’s Debut Novel is a Party on Every Page

Did you know the Virgin Mary had an evil twin? Neither did the outrageous residents of Steadfast, Kentucky until she showed up to sabotage their annual Ham Happening—a three-day celebration of all things pork.

When Myrtle arrives and embarks upon a mission involving performing pigs, a sadistic soap star, the Miss Ham Honey pageant, same sex marriage, big hair, and genetic engineering, it is left up to festival president Tancy Sloane, a rebel in her own right, to decide whether to stop the renegade saint…or to join her.

Donna Ison’s debut novel, The Miracle of Myrtle: Saint Gone Wild, is sweet tea with a big shot of bourbon and a juicy slice of the supernatural. Prepare for a party on every page.

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The Miracle of Myrtle: Saint Gone Wild, ISBN 978-0-9817472-8-6, Arctic Wolf Publishing.

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