Kirkus review

Kirkus review

When the Kirkus review drifted into my inbox, I opened it with trepidation.  A book is like a child, the fruit of much labor, love, dreams, and hopes.  A bad review, like a bad school, can dash it.  So, I was thrilled to read the review, and wanted to share it with you.



This Post Has 12 Comments

  1. Barbara Wetzel

    Congratulations, well earned

    1. Susan


      Thank you!

    1. Susan

      I’m very happy with this. Thanks, Cathy.

  2. Debbie

    Congratulations on the new book. I thoroughly enjoyed On Rue Tatin and plan to read more of your books. Your honest descriptions had me visualising the renovations and the clergy and church goers traipsing across your property and the delicious meals you shared with your new friends. You have achieved so much and come a long way.

    1. Susan

      Debbie, Why thank you!

  3. Congratulations Susan! Can’t wait to read and cook from our new book. And one of these days hope to meet up again, it’s been way too long.

    1. Susan

      Elizabeth, I agree, entirely. I’m hankering for Italy…we’ll see!

  4. Kim Wiley

    Dear Susan – Congratulations! I am looking forward to reading many, many more glowing reviews, almost as much as I look forward to eating my way through your latest masterpiece!
    Clicking on the book didn’t link me to the article (probably the vagaries on using Safari on a Mac!), so in case anyone else has this problem, here’s the link:, to paste into your browser to go directly to the review.

    1. Susan

      Kim thank you! I will check out the link….yes, Mac isn’t that friendly with Safari. That said, the word Kirkus is a link, and if you click on that, it goes to the review! See you soon, I hope.

  5. Lindsay Kinder

    This is fabulous! Congrats Susan! I cannot wait to curl up on a gloomy June day and just read, cover to cover.

    1. Susan

      Thanks, Lindsay!

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