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Book Review: Arsnic Soup for Lovers

By Sandy Amazeen Oct 10, 2008, 6:21 GMT

At a mere two pages each, these wickedly delicious little treats can be savored while waiting in line for your morning coffee, riding the bus or before nodding off at bedtime. Relationship woes take very different twists in each of twenty-five tales that include a widowís search for mister right, a wifeís answer to her husbandís middle age crisis, a touching tribute to an unidentified man and an old married couple discover they had been secretly in love with each other throughout their marriage.

Postís concise writing style coupled with strong direction, engaging, easy to relate to characters and a sense of fun or discovery make each of these stories a quick indulgence to be enjoyed anytime.


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