HOW TO SPEND YOUR DOWN TIME.
THE C CITY BAKER’S GUIDE TO COUNTRY LIVIN LIVING: A NOVEL BY LOUISE MILLER
WritingWritin and cooking have a lot in common – when both are crafted cleverly enough, they lead to the same warm glow of contentment. Miller, a pastry chef and novelist, treats readers to a hilarious visionvisio of a big-city bumbler – Olivia Rawlings, whosewh flambéed dessert sets her Boston dinner clubclu on fire – running away to the quirky town of Guthrie, Vermont. Soon, Margaret, the sharptonguedto owner of the Sugar Maple Inn, wants Livvy’sL help to bake a blue-ribbon apple pie; Salty, her Irish wolfhound mix, wants Livvy to spend time with Martin, who’s returned from Seattle to take care of his ailing father, and Livvy, for her part, just wants to play her banjo and forget about Boston. Is she ready to set down roots? Miller skillfully keeps you guessing until the very end.