Books by Prue Leith

A LOVESOME THING by Prue Leith
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 1, 2004

"Intelligent summer reading, light but perceptive about the many passions that obsess and delight. Gardeners will especially appreciate."
A love story with a difference, as English cookbook author and third-novelist Leith (Sisters, 2002, etc.) deftly portrays an Englishwoman smitten with a famous garden—and the two men who vie for her heart. Read full book review >
SISTERS by Prue Leith
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Nov. 1, 2002

"Light fare, though with lots of mouthwatering descriptions of yummy food."
A second novel (after Leaving Patrick, 2001) from the doyenne of British cooking serves up a potentially zesty if uneven mix of sibling rivalry and true love. Read full book review >
LEAVING PATRICK by Prue Leith
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Nov. 1, 2001

"Diverting light fare that entertains agreeably."
One of England's most noted chefs (two television shows, twelve cookbooks) offers up a delicious debut novel of love gone cold but then reheated. Read full book review >