The Good Deal

When the recently widowed Nellie Whitten learns that she will have visitors, she does what she’s always done; she bakes a cake. When her grandson arrives with his nearly-in-middle-school son, she soon realizes that times have changed and begins to questions whether she has anything useful to offer this new generation.


One Response to “The Good Deal”

  • Anonymous says:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    An engaging short story, February 15, 2013
    T. Moss (Huntsville, AL) –

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    This review is from: The Good Deal (Kindle Edition)

    “The Good Deal” is a delightful tale that flows well and draws the reader into its world, and in the tradition of the short story, has an unexpected ending.
    I will not say anything about the story itself, because I would not want to be a “spoiler”. I will say that the story didn’t end when I finished reading it, because it gave me a few things to think about. And that was a good deal.

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