This is a collection of succulent short stories, featuring various locations, each of which is accompanied by a recipe. Where will this book live: in the kitchen? On the coffee table? The international flavour of the locations and recipes will add distinction and interest to your reading and cooking.
Known by an international audience for her prize-winning short stories, Rosanne Dingli has published fiction successfully for over 20 years. With three novels also selling in paperback and ebook, this author's range has broadened, especially with the opening up of the publishing industry in 2010.
Most of Rosanne Dingli's fiction centres around the Arts, such as painting, music and literature. She also uses locations and their allure to anchor her fiction and give it substance.
Camera Obscura is the latest addition to this author's shelf of novels. A romantic adventure using photography, art theft, and fascinating locations, it takes the reader on one of this author's breathless chases, which are now well-known and loved by her readers.
Rosanne Dingli's novel According to Luke was released a year ago. This exciting and controversial thriller has been described by some as a combination of religious thriller and romantic suspense.
Rosanne Dingli is now writing full-time after retiring from teaching in 2009. Her out-of-print short fiction and poetry is once more available in handy easy-to-read volumes that do not cost the earth.
Her work in progress is another thriller that uses art, travel, and other interesting background references. Watch this space for more, or visit rosannedingli.com
A popular author's blog is available at http://rosannedingli.blogspot.com