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Too Many Cooks

Dana Bate

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

Two's company, but three is a recipe for disaster . . .

Kelly Madigan seems to have it all: a fabulous boyfriend, a supportive - if eccentric - family, and a flourishing career as a cookbook ghostwriter. But after finding a letter from her recently-deceased mother, criticising her stable but unexciting life, Kelly knows she needs to make a change. When a mysterious new writing opportunity in London presents itself, she jumps at the chance to get away from it all.

Enter Natasha Spencer - Oscar-winning actress and health nut, not to mention a total nightmare. She's working on a new cookbook and has asked for Kelly's help. What Kelly didn't factor in was meeting Natasha's dishy MP husband, Hugh Ballantine.

Away from her family, friends, and the life she knows - will this fish out of water ever get back in the swim?

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Praise for Too Many Cooks

  • As enticing as an amuse-bouche, as complex and layered as a delicate souffle, and as sweetly satisfying as a perfect chocolate mousse, TOO MANY COOKS is a delicious, fast-paced tale of the perils of celebrity and the reward of finding oneself.

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Dana Bate

Dana Bate is a writer, living in Philadelphia. When she isn't writing, she can usually be found in her kitchen, whipping up a new recipe from her extensive cookbook collection. The Secret Supper Club is her first novel.

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