From Publishers Weekly
An award-winning high school science teacher who juggles marriage, motherhood and massive traditional Italian meals, Mira Serafino is called Miss Control Freak by her best friend Lannie, an eccentric musician who owns a yarn and guitar shop in their close-knit community of Pacifica, Ore. Shortridge (Eating Heaven
) flashes back to Mira's difficult childhood (where she adopted the role of Saint Mira, absorber of all family pain) as her marriage hits a major snag, sending Mira into a process of self-examination. Mira's Type A–ness comes through clearly, and secondaries—including a difficult daughter, incommunicado brother and a father who is about as sensitive as a Mack truck—deepen her dilemmas. (May)
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a[A] wry and funny portrait.a
aDiana Loevy, author of "The Book"
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aGarth Stein, author of "The Art of Racing in the Rain"
aFlawless storytelling make[s] this a book to remember.a
aKaren White, author of "The Memory of Water"
?[A] wry and funny portrait.?
?Diana Loevy, author of "The Book"
?Smart, funny, and endearing?one terrific read!?
?Garth Stein, author of "The Art of Racing in the Rain"
?Flawless storytelling make[s] this a book to remember.?
?Karen White, author of "The Memory of Water"