Synopses & Reviews
Transporting readers once again into the enchanting world of Cass Shipton and her circle of friends in idyllic Plmouth, Massachusetts, The Divine Circle of Ladies Making Mischief is Dolores Stewart Riccio's richest, most satisfying novel yet. Who says you have to act your age? Certainly not the women of the circle--five kindred souls whose steadfast friendship is an entertaining as it is fulfilling; five women who are shaking things up in the idyllic New England town of Plymouth, Massachusetts. There's outspoken, outrageous Cass, whose new love life is thriving right along with her herbal remedy business; lovable Heather, who never met a no-kill animal sanctuary she didn't want to champion with her sizable bank account; Phillipa, a poet with a wicked smile and a wit to match; Deidre, an energetic mom who also just happens to make anatomically correct jewelry; and Fiona, a former flower child-turned-local librarian. When these five get together, anything can happen--and it usually does. For these bright, warm, adventurous women also seem to be a magnet for the strange, wild, and dangerous. And where they go, mischief is sure to follow.
About the Author
Dolores Riccio is the author of eight cookbooks, including Superfoods: 300 Recipes for Foods that Heal the Mind and Body and Superfoods for Women: 300 Recipes that Fulfill Your Special Nutritional Needs. She is a member of the International Association of Culinary Professionals. She lives in Warwick, Rhode Island.