The Friday Night Knitting Club by Kate Jacobs


Georgia, a single mother, tries to keep her yarn store going while raising an extremely independent teenage daughter inNew York City. When a group of regulars decide they want to make an official club,Georgiahas no idea how much these women will come to mean to her. When her daughter’s father shows up, how much more will she be able to handle?


Critique on the front cover states “Like Steel Magnolias set inManhattan.” This description could not have been more accurate. In the back of the book, it does give a knitting pattern and recipe. Even though I didn’t like how the book ended, I would recommend it.

© Cori Endicott October 2011

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