The Geezettes are at it again, and the town of Stuporville is totally unprepared for what’s in store. Winter has just left the small North Dakota town, and all sorts of fun begins to spring up just as lifelong friends Rena, Melva, and Madge reunite. The three women— “the Geezettes,” as they are affectionately known by their husbands—step forward and settle in to find solutions to problems as varied as undesirable odors assaulting the town, eligible “California Women” entering the scene and stirring up local bachelors, and local small businesses fading away. When Rena decides to run for mayor, the pot really starts to boil.
Away from the public eye, though, the women also struggle with family problems, community chaos, grave health concerns, and marital strife. Even so, they struggle together, and that makes all the difference. Geezettes: Golden Girls on the Prairie, by Dr. Mary Ellen Erickson, IP Award-winning author, takes us to the heart of friendship and proves once again that there is no better place to live and grow old than small-town America.