The Land of Mango Sunsets by Dorothea Benton Frank read by Nanette Savard

Not all old women from the South are funny. Only the ones who know what they don’t want, and what they want:

All I want in this life is a reasonable man who’s self supporting, who’s nice to me, funny, you know, likes straight sex, not role playing modelled on a kinky Berlin night club from pre-World War II…

Dorothea (Benton Frank), like Virginia (Ironside, who doesn’t want to join a book club), has lived a life doing lots of things that other people want, and has decided to surrender her crossword puzzles, her unused silver, and her uptight charity friends, and rediscover her family, her mother country, and her self.