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Sticks and Scones

by Diane Mott Davidson

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Sticks and Scones by Diane Mott Davidson
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    Apr 2001, 304 pages
    May 2002, 304 pages

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I have read every one of Diane Mott Davidson's books - and each one is wonderful! I await her new book with eager anticipation! And, the good thing is, the quality of the books hasn't been effected by the quantity!! Hurray!
Lucy Wolf

This book is a great read. It is fast moving and interesting.
This was the first book by Diane Mott Davidson that I have read.
I have now read Tough Cookie; and I have Dying for Chocolate
started and also The Last Suppers. I love these stories. For any-
one who likes cooking and mystery, these are wonderful.
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