"Exceptionally entertaining and wonderfully original" ("Chicago
Tribune"), Beth Kendrick delivers a funny story about family, self-
discovery, and the pursuit of the perfect pie crust.
Suburban soccer mom Amy has always wanted to stand out from the
crowd. Former child prodigy Linnie just wants to fit in. The two
sisters have been estranged for years, but thanks to a series of
personal crises and their wily grandmother, they've teamed up to
enter a national bake-off in the hopes of winning some serious
cash. Armed with the top-secret recipe for Grammy's apple pie, they
should be unstoppable. Sure, neither one of them has ever baked
anything more complicated than brownie mix, but it's just pie-how
hard could it be?
Read an Essay on "The Bake-Off" by Beth Kendrick.
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