After The Unexpected Death Of Her Parents, Painfully Shy And Sheltered Year Old Ginny Selvaggio Seeks Comfort In Cooking From Family Recipes But The Rich, Peppery Scent Of Her Nonna S Soup Draws An Unexpected Visitor Into The Kitchen The Ghost Of Nonna Herself, Dead For Twenty Years, Who Appears With A Cryptic Warning Do No Let Her Before Vanishing Like Steam From A Cooling DishA Haunted Kitchen Isn T Ginny S Only Challenge Her Domineering Sister, Amanda, Aka Demanda Insists On Selling Their Parents House, The Only Home Ginny Has Ever Known As She Packs Up Her Parents Belongings, Ginny Finds Evidence Of Family Secrets She Isn T Sure How To Unravel She Knows How To Turn Milk Into Cheese And Cream Into Butter, But She Doesn T Know Why Her Mother Hid A Letter In The Bedroom Chimney, Or The Identity Of The Woman In Her Father S Photographs The She Learns, The She Realizes The Keys To These Riddles Lie With The Dead, And There S Only One Way To Get Answers Cook From Dead People S Recipes, Raise Their Ghosts, And Ask Them
She is a monthly pop culture columnist and Editor in Chief of Intrepid Media, online at intrepidmedia.com Her work has appeared in publications such as the North American Review, Indiana Review, and the Graduate Review at American University, where she earned her MFA in Creative Writing.
- 272 pages
- The Kitchen Daughter
- Jael McHenry
- 15 October 2019 Jael McHenry