Friendship Cake: A Novel by Lynne HintonFriendship Cake: A Novel by Lynne Hinton

Friendship Cake: A Novel

byLynne Hinton

Paperback | November 3, 2009

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“I would welcome a friendship with Lynne Hinton. I would welcome an invitation to sit down at her table, but mostly I would welcome her next book.”
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Lynne Hinton’s beloved bestselling classic, Friendship Cake, is a beautiful, poignant, and funny novel of five small-town women friends that offers inspiring life lessons in faith, love, strength, survival, and community—as well as a host of delicious Southern recipes! A heartwarming delight reminiscent of Jan Karon’s New York Times bestselling Mitford books, Friendship Cake, in the words of Rita Mae Brown (Rubyfruit Jungle), “will give you plenty to chew over. Delicious!”

When five women from the Hope Springs Community Church in North Carolina form a committee to create a church cookbook, they embark on a project much more meaningful than they could have ever imagined. As novice pastor Charlotte Stewart, no-nonsense Margaret Peele, maverick Louise Fisher, steadfast Jessie Jenkins, and busybody Beatrice ...
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Title:Friendship Cake: A NovelFormat:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.58 inPublished:November 3, 2009Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0062517317

ISBN - 13:9780062517319

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"Friendship Cake could only have been written by someone who knows firsthand that anything can and does happen when faithful, flawed, quirky people gather together in religious congregations. Hope Springs Community Church may be the product of Lynne Hinton's imagination but it can be found on thousands of street corners and village greens across North America. I look forward to the sequel!" (William Mc Kinney - President and Professor of American Religion at Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, California and co-author of American Mainline Religion Studying Congregations)