#1726: Fannie Flagg "The Wonder Boy Of Whistle Stop" | The Book Show

August 17, 2021 00:27:40
#1726: Fannie Flagg "The Wonder Boy Of Whistle Stop" | The Book Show
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#1726: Fannie Flagg "The Wonder Boy Of Whistle Stop" | The Book Show
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This week on The Book Show, Fannie Flagg discusses her sequel to the New York Times bestseller “Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Café.” The novel, “The Wonder Boy of Whistle Stop,” traces what happened to the beloved characters in Fried Green Tomatoes.

This episode originally aired in Dec. 2020. Photo courtesy of Random House.

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