Pigs in Heaven is a 1993 sequel to Barbara Kingsolver's novel The Bean Trees. After Turtle and Taylor help to save a man from drowning at the Hoover Dam, a lawyer named Annawake Fourkiller attempts to return Turtle to his Cherokee family. Taylor abandons her friends to run away with Turtle. Joined by several people down on their luck, Turtle and Taylor eventually learn of Turtle's biological family and reach a compromise wherein Turtle's custody will be shared by Taylor and Turtle's grandfather, Cash.

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