I enjoyed this tale though I really can't believe that someone doesn't know how to cook at all! I guess since it's always been a central factor of life for me and my family, that I just find it something natural to do.
That being said, I enjoyed this story of rebirth. Maggie was definitely a courageous character who did everything her way and making the most of her life instead of just staying in an unhappy, unfulfilling situation which is inspiring.
I think this is a story that was interest a lot of people with it's appeal on many levels, culinary or otherwise.
J. W. Bull lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband and two sons. Although she has worked as a sous chef for Lavande Restaurant, she currently is a private violin teacher and a member of The Georgia Symphony. She is also finishing another novel, Musical Chairs, a mystery involving Maggie’s cousin—Molly Malone, plucky part-time symphony player and fulltime Irish fiddler. It’s a hilarious spoof on symphonies, Irish fiddling, and mysteries that continues the Malone saga.
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