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At forty Helen Kendall is divorced, full-figured, and big-haired. She enjoys working at the Pick'n Pay and running the show until sleazy David Hoffman becomes the assistant manager. Helen's plan to get David fired includes her older sister's help. Mavis says, "No," because the last fiasco infuriated her husband and tarnished her reputation at the church. Mavis resists until her best friend, Wanda, communicates from the beyond concerned about her godson's push-animal parties and a drug-related murder.
Unbeknownst to the Kendall sisters, undercover DEA Agent Dewey Blackmon is investigating the drug pipeline running through Forsyth off I-75. Dewey suspects David is laundering money through the PIck'n Pay.
These two plots converge when a casket of drugs and money at the Pick'n Pay storeroom makes the body count rise. The loyalty and love between family, friends, and partners in small-town America is threatened when two strangers carrying guns come to Forsyth...
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