Why give, only to get kicked in the teeth? Is that saft (soft) or daft? This is the story about the limits of one woman's kindness. 'Glorious' ***** (Scotsman). 'A naturally charismatic storyteller **** (Fest). Life isn't fair, but when goody two shoes McBrier was the victim of false accusations, she came close to losing her faith in humanity. Then a health scare fills her with regret. How did wind instruments and reptiles help her cope? 'A knack for funny storytelling' **** (BroadwayBaby.com). 'Funny like Chic Murray was funny' (Scotsman).
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