Food for Marriage by Ken Carlton
A Novel

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When four couples – college friends from across the years – gather for a dinner party at Lucy and Lionel’s Manhattan apartment, the wine flows and the sparks fly. Lucy’s mastery in the kitchen is one draw; the debut of the first of the group to divorce and reappear with a new partner on her arm is the other. As the night unfolds, confidences once buried rise to the surface, and truths are revealed about love, fidelity, and the search for the perfect tuna tartare. By evening’s end, no one remains unscathed. Friendships and loyalties are put to the test in this urban trial of food and marriage.
 

About Ken Carlton

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KEN CARLTON is the author of four previous nonfiction works, including The Hunger, which he co-wrote with Manhattan chef John DeLucie. The Hunger was a Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers selection and was included in Best Foodwriting of 2009. Carlton is a graduate of Middlebury College and The American Film Institute. He and his wife, a professor, split their time between Brooklyn and Chicago, with their four children. Food for Marriage is his first novel.
 
Published May 9, 2013 by Ken Carlton. 253 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Cooking. Fiction

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