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Experienced Only Need Apply
By Carolyn Burns Bass
Sunday, April 13, 2008

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Mabel's out to beat breast cancer, even if it means telling her longtime husband Fred that he wasn't her first lover.

The truth was Mabel never cooked Fred's favorite meal just to please him. She made it because it was the easiest thing to prepare. She could throw a hunk of beef into the roasting pan...

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Reviewed by Jean Pike 4/14/2008
I really, really enjoyed this story... once I figured out where I had to go to read it! Great characterization. And BTW, your new novel, Swordswallowers Daughter, sounds like it's right up my alley. I love coming of age stories! I'll be looking for it :-)
Jean