AN IRISH-CANADIAN DOCTOR SHOWS
HOW TO MAKE WHOLESOME FRESH
I had never read anything by Irish-Canadian author Patrick Taylor before finding myself a client of the literary agency that handles his work. But upon joining the lists of the Aponte Agency, I figured I should acquaint myself with the output of my fellow scribblers.
Lo and behold, a brand spankin’ new volume of Taylor’s An Irish Country Christmas called out to me from the book rack of a local thrift store. Not being one to pass up the chance to acquire new books at less than remainder prices, I bought it, but didn’t get around to cracking it open for several weeks (good intentions, slow delivery — an ongoing story).
I shouldn’t have waited.