The Glass Kitchen
A Novel of Sisters
By Linda Francis Lee
(St. Martin's Press, Hardcover, 9780312382278, 384pp.)
Publication Date: June 17, 2014
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With the glass kitchen,
Linda Francis Lee has served up a novel that is about the courage
it takes to follow your heart and be yourself.
A true recipe for life.
LINDA FRANCIS LEE is a native Texan now living on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. The author of twenty-one books that are published in twenty countries, when Linda isn’t writing she loves to run in Central Park and spend time with her husband, family, and friends.
Praise for The Glass Kitchen
"A sumptuous feast of family secrets, love affairs and cravings of the human heart, Lee's The Glass Kitchen is an irresistible read." —Elin Hilderbrand, New York Times bestselling author of Beautiful Day
"I so enjoyed this charming, whimsical novel, with its mouth-watering food and even more mouth-watering hero! It's funny, romantic, touching and simply delicious." —Sophie Kinsella, New York Times bestselling author of Wedding Night
"Linda Francis Lee’s The Glass Kitchen is a novel about sisters and second chances, in which the possibility of magic is in the air like the aroma of a home-cooked meal. Heartwarming and filled with unforgettable characters, The Glass Kitchen is a wonderful place to spend your time; a page-turning story that will leave you deeply satisfied.” —Jen Lancaster, author of Here I Go Again
"A gorgeously frothy, romantic confection of a book, with a sprinkling of magic and charm. Sweet, tender, and huge fun." —Jane Green, author of Family Pictures
"The Glass Kitchen is a captivating, original novel with characters so finely drawn and three-dimensional, you'll feel as if you've known them your whole life. I really loved this book." —Sarah Pekkanen, author of The Best of Us
"How I loved this enchanting novel about discovering—and accepting—who you truly are. One to share with friends, sisters, and book clubs." —Melissa Senate, author of The Love Goddess' Cooking School
"This is beautiful, heartfelt and delicious storytelling at its best." —Sarah Jio, New York Times bestselling author of The Violets of March and Morning Glory
"…a captivating tale of sisters who believe they can escape their past by moving to Manhattan, only to infuse the city with a perfect taste of Texas. –Randy Susan Meyers, bestselling author of The Comfort of Lies