Miss Julia Stirs Up Trouble

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Thorndike Press, 2013 - Fiction - 557 pages
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Bestselling author Ann B. Ross cooks up a batch of fun in this latest novel in her popular series
With a crisp bite in the air, Miss Julia is enjoying a well-earned respite by her new fireplace. But autumn leaves aren't the only things falling: James, Hazel Marie's housekeeper, has had a nasty tumble down some stairs. How can Hazel Marie feed and take care of him--not to mention a husband and two babies--when she barely knows how to boil water?
Miss Julia jumps in to help by convincing the ladies of Abbotsville to put on their aprons and give cooking lessons. With success so close she can taste it, Miss Julia isn't thrilled when an unexpected visitor shows up. Brother Vern Puckett, Hazel Marie's no-good uncle, started life on the wrong foot and stayed there. What could he possibly want from his frazzled niece this time?
With a delightful helping of madcap antics, "Miss Julia Stirs Up Trouble" is a perfect next course in this charming series.

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User Review  - SABC - LibraryThing

Miss Julia has her hands full when James, the cook has an accident and family drops in to stay, etc. Of course, Julia has a way of making everything come out OK......She collects recipes to cook and they are shared at the end of each chapter.....along with a bit of humor..... Read full review

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User Review  - bookswoman - LibraryThing

Miss Julia is at it again. Hazel Marie is busy with the twins, Lloyd is moving from his mom's house to Sam and Miss Julia's, and J.D. is out a lot, working. When James, cook and home help for Hazel ... Read full review

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About the author (2013)

Ann B. Ross holds a doctorate in English from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and has taught literature at the University of North Carolina at Asheville. She is the author of thirteen previous novels featuring the popular southern heroine Miss Julia. She lives in Hendersonville, North Carolina.

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