Jess is the feisty, funny, opinionated, can’t-keep-her-down-for-long "crone" we all hope to become. In this rollicking tale of desperate ingenuity, Jess shows us that you’re never too old to grow. - Anne DeGrace, author of Flying with Amelia
Jennifer Craig's "Jess" is a lot like her; a wicked Yorkshire lass who's pluck and humour pack trouble into an old kit bag, and this time the bag is bursting with green. Survival of an old crone at her best. - Rita Moir, author of The Third Crop
Loan Stars March 2017 Adult Top 10 Picks - Loan Stars
Gone to Pot is an entertaining read, thanks largely to Craig’s dynamic writing style. Characters all differ greatly from each other in age and disposition, but dialogue is well parsed and believable, Craig making the seamless transition between voices look easy.... A great read for any age, reminding us that the elderly can be vibrant, active, and involved. - Foreword Reviews
[Jennifer Craig] has crafted an entertaining story set in British Columbia, where she hails from, that is reminiscent of the cozy mysteries of Lilian Jackson Braun. With the same engaging prose and mastery of the allure of everyday life, Craig weaves a tale featuring quirky characters and a lovable heroine. - Booklist
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