Jonathan Farlow. Brouhaha. Boone, N.C.: Parkway Publishers, 2005.

The mayoral election in the fictional Piedmont town of Ashewood Falls has the whole town astir. Everything was proceeding smoothly in the decidedly quirky town until a bowling alley argument led to the entry of a new candidate in the race. Incumbent Johnston “Birddog” Farley is faced with an unexpected challenge from Purdie Mae Pearce, the “fried chicken queen.” As befits as modern election, this one is filled with scandal. There are allegations of adultery, suspicions of electoral fraud, and a bevy of special interest groups clamoring for attention.

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