The Last Cannoli by Camille Cusumano

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This is a fast-paced read in a voice that is fresh and powerful. It introduces the Donitella family, ordinary people with extraordinary tales to tell. Spanning four decades the novel opens its mouth-watering tale in the '50s when the father's ritual story-telling begins to take on the power of prayer. The Donitellas will stay with you and you'll keep thinking of them as one thinks of interesting people one has just met.

About Camille Cusumano

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Camille Cusumano is the author of many food and travel articles and several books. She was a senior editor at VIA magazine in San Francisco for seventeen years. She is the editor of Mexico, A Love Story; France, A Love Story; and Italy, A Love Story. She lives in San Francisco.
Published November 25, 1999 by Legas Publishing. 238 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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