Thursday, October 18, 2012

The Persian Pickle Club by Sandra Dallas

From quilting to murder....the quilting club took care of each other food wise as well as keeping each other's secrets.  And boy can quilters keep secrets. 

THE PERSIAN PICKLE CLUB was sweet and nostalgic.  The book took place during the depression and drought in Kansas.  The descriptions of the homes and of the characters was excellent.  I could visualize their kitchens, and I could see them sitting around the quilting frame chatting, reading, planning, and stitching.

It was homey, sweet, and nostalgic.  And the surprising part is that it went from sweet to not so sweet.  :)  

If you need a break from the hustle and bustle of every day life, check out THE PERSIAN PICKLE CLUB by Sandra Dallas.  You will be transported back to when few people had telephones and everyone looked out for each other.  The ending has a twist that you would never expect from a ladies' quilting club.

ENJOY!!  5/5  I read this book for one of my book clubs.


  1. Is this book older? It sounds familiar - I think I may have read it several years ago.

  2. older book, but it was so cute.

  3. Over the years I've had friends ask me if I've read this book. I really need to. I enjoyed your review!

  4. Thanks, Mary.

    It was very enjoyable.

  5. Don't think I've ever seen this book before. Your review has me adding it to my TBR list.

  6. It is adorable, Vicki.

    Check the is an older book, but very good.

  7. From the interesting title I would never have guessed this was a book about quilting!