Food, Family, and Dysfunction

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AuthorHouse, Nov 1, 2011 - Fiction - 252 pages
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Food, Family, and Dysfunction is a rip-roaring account of the life of Sofia Azzerella, a thirty-one-year-old Italian woman. Sofia enjoys an occasional outing with friends who keep her life fun and edgy. Her days are mostly spent co-operating her family-owned produce business, while the nights are given to smoothing over the antics of her elderly mother who resides in a nursing home. Her mother is a sweet, elderly woman, who happens to have an aversion to clothes and rules. During one nursing home visit, Sofia becomes acquainted with an elderly couple who plead for her help in saving their grocery business, and she has no idea what she is about to encounter. Be prepared for this novel to touch your heart, tickle your funny-bone and get you in touch with your inner detective. For more side-splitting humor and mysterious encounters, check out the sequel: Food, Family, and Dysfunction: A Second Helping, set to launch in 2012.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
18
Chapter 3
27
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39
Chapter 5
52
Chapter 6
81
Chapter 7
95
15
105
Chapter 11
149
Chapter 12
163
Chapter 13
179
Chapter 14
202
Chapter 15
213
Chapter 16
223
Chapter 17
229
About The Author
241

Chapter 9
122
Chapter 10
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About the author (2011)

M. Angelina is a graduate of Indiana Wesleyan University, where she discovered her love for writing. She resides in Indiana with her husband and two children.

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