To Cook A Squirrel

***** (5 Stars) A funny and entertaining novel with an assortment of unique characters

– Midwest Book Review

From the big city life to preacher’s wife. “To Cook a Squirrel” tells the story of Babs and Harry, who are drawn from San Francisco to life in rural Wisconsin. A funny and entertaining novel with an assortment of unique characters and situations, author Betty Rae McCormack makes “To Cook a Squirrel” well worth picking up for general fiction readers looking for a bit of Wisconsin flavor. — Midwest Book Review

McCormack has given us a window into the world of sixty years ago, where hats and sparkling white gloves were standard garb for a woman going to church, and the small Midwest town gossip chain was almost as fast as today’s Twitter. – Marcia Fitzgerald

Difficult to put down . . . delightful, refreshing, and well written. – Carol L. Troutner

I read it all in two days! I couldn t put it down. I could just see how her life must have been as a new bride. – Lorene Carnes

An engaging novel, well told, with strong character development that holds your interest. – Robert Shoemaker