Miss Tuttle's Lemon Tarts

Overview

Anti-social Rita Krumb is content to live alone in her dark, dreary house. She knows life could be better, but she's reluctant to change her ways. She's stuck in a rut. Her elderly neighbour Sophie Tuttle lives in a bright, colourful home with moth balls and Minard's Liniment. Miss Tuttle is busy coming or going or in her garden courting slugs with geraniums. When she recruits Rita to help carry in her groceries, the neighbours strike up an unusual friendship, one that revolves around lemon tarts and a million ...
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Overview

Anti-social Rita Krumb is content to live alone in her dark, dreary house. She knows life could be better, but she's reluctant to change her ways. She's stuck in a rut. Her elderly neighbour Sophie Tuttle lives in a bright, colourful home with moth balls and Minard's Liniment. Miss Tuttle is busy coming or going or in her garden courting slugs with geraniums. When she recruits Rita to help carry in her groceries, the neighbours strike up an unusual friendship, one that revolves around lemon tarts and a million dollars.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780988062450
  • Publisher: Quarter Castle Publishing
  • Publication date: 11/20/2013
  • Pages: 52
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.12 (d)

Meet the Author

Diane Lynn McGyver lives on a small farm in Nova Scotia, Canada where she raises Toggenburg goats and heritage breed chickens. She's been writing since she could hold a pencil. Her work has appeared in hundreds of publications since 1998.

Diane is the author of two books-Shadows in the Stone and Pockets of Wildflowers-and several short stories: Mutated Blood Lines, The Man Who Reads Obituaries, Dancing in the Shine, Destiny Governed their Lives and Miss Tuttle's Lemon Tarts.

To learn more about Diane and to keep up with her writing and book releases, visit her blog: http://dianelynnmcgyver.com.

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