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Aug 04, 2009
| ISBN 9780425228449
Aug 04, 2009
| ISBN 9781101108673
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Aug 04, 2009 | ISBN 9780425228449
Aug 04, 2009 | ISBN 9781101108673
A touching novel full of Southern comfort for fans of Joshilyn Jackson and Fannie Flagg. Dell Haley’s mama always said there were two things a man couldn’t get enough of: good cookin’ and good lovin’. Well, Dell knows she’s got the cookin’ down pat, but her husband is getting more than his fair share of lovin’-in another woman’s bed. And when he dies there, Dell’s predictable life comes to a screeching halt. Short on money and education, Dell turns to the one thing that has never let her down: her cooking. For the first time in her life, Dell takes a huge risk and opens a restaurant in a derelict diner on the west end of town. The cafe gradually becomes a gathering place for a motley crew of people who become Dell’s family. And yet, even as her life becomes more solid, Dell is plagued by the memory of her husband’s betrayal-but the answers she seeks may have a higher price than she’s willing to pay.
Penelope J. Stokes was born in Mississippi and attended Mississippi University for Women. She holds a PhD in renaissance literature and taught both writing and literature at the college level. Stokes has published several works including The Amber Photograph, Delta… More about Penelope Stokes J.
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