Blessed Are the Cheesemakers by Sarah-Kate Lynch

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Set on a small Irish dairy farm, this tender and funny debut novel follows two lost souls as they try to carve out new lives amid a colorful cast of characters reminiscent of those in the hit film Waking Ned Divine. Abby has been estranged from the family farm since her rebellious mother ran off with her when she was a small child. Kit is a burned out New York stockbroker who's down on his luck. But that's all about to change, now that he and Abby have converged on the farm just in time to help Corrie and Fee, two old cheesemakers in a time of need. Full of delightful and quirky characters--from dairy cows who only give their best product to pregnant, vegetarian teens to an odd collection of whiskey-soaked men and broken-hearted women who find refuge under Corrie and Fee's roof--BLESSED ARE THE CHEESEMAKERS is an irresistible tale about taking life's spilled milk and turning it into the best cheese in the world.
 

About Sarah-Kate Lynch

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SARAH KATE LYNCH is a journalist, former columnist and editor of the New Zealand "Women's Weekly. Lynch, a third generation New Zealander draws on her ancestral West Cork, Ireland, roots in "Blessed Are the Cheesemakers", her second novel.
 
Published July 1, 2003 by Grand Central Publishing. 346 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Romance, Self Help, Humor & Entertainment. Fiction

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Naturally, Corrie and Fee have to scout afield for musical, meatless milkmaids and keep them happy once they find them, so Coolarney House soon acquires a reputation among its neighbors as a kind of commune of happy cranks.

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Blessed Are the Cheesemakers by Sarah-Kate Lynch 320pp, Black Swan, £6.99 In the splendidly sunny west of Ireland, two twinkly-eyed, warm-hearted, mysteriously clairvoyant old farmers produce the world's tastiest farmhouse cheeses, Coolarney Blue and Coolarney Gold.

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