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A hilarious and moving follow-up to The New York Times
bestselling Too Close to the Falls.
Catherine Gildiner shares the next chapter in a story that has
already captivated many readers. It's 1960, and twelve-year-old Cathy
McClure has just been thrown out of Catholic school for filling the
holy water font with vodka. Hoping to give her a fresh start, Cathy's
parents leave behind small-town Niagara Falls for suburban Buffalo.
There, as the quaint world of 1950s America recedes into history, Cathy
dives headfirst into the tumultuous new decade. But when tragedy
strikes at home, Cathy-vandal, HoJo hostess, and civil rights
demonstrator-must take on her most challenging role yet.
Catherine Gildiner is a clinical psychologist and writer. She lives in Toronto.