FERN FULTON: ''I’m the only friend Gloria Wealdon has in this town. How could she write those dreadful things about me and my husband and our daughter?''
VIRGINIA FULTON, age 15: ''Mrs Wealdon’s a stinker and I’d like to murder her and write a sequel to her book. I’d call it Population 12,359.''
DR. JAY MANNERHEIM, psychologist: ''Gloria Wealdon has simply touched off unpleasantries that in many cases would have exploded sooner or later anyway.''
MILO WEALDON: ''I never realized my wife had such contempt, such loathing for me until I read her book.''
MIN STEWART: ''My family has been here for generations. I consider Gloria Wealdon so vulgar as to be quite beneath contempt.''
GLORIA WEALDON: ''The hell with everybody in this snotty town. They made my life miserable. Now we’re even.''