Show Notes

Minneapolis author Maureen Aitken has written a love letter to her home town of Detroit with the evocative and heart-warming stories in her collection
The Patron Saint of Lost Girls. Known alternately as Motor City and Motown, the urban Michigan metropolis serves as the backdrop for the lives of a white family living in a majority-minority community during the turbulent sixties and seventies. Meg Sewell reads three stories from the collection.

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