Narrators Amy Ryan and Michael Stuhlbarg serve up a delicious debut novel about a young woman who triumphs over adversity to become a world-renowned chef. Evocative descriptions and a gift for character development weave this relatively simple story into so much more. Eva's character develops indir... more »
Multiple narrators offer range and textural interest to this involving story of redemption in the Great Depression. When Layla Beck refuses to marry the man chosen by her father-the-senator, she ends up in tiny Macedonia, West Virginia, boarding with a local family as she writes up the town's histo... more »
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