Book Review of The Persian Pickle Club

The Persian Pickle Club
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The 1930's during a drought brought farmer's wives and neighbors to form a quilting group known as The Persian Pickle Club. It was Friendship and kinship that kept the club quilting for the Preacher or other community needs. But the real treasure was not in the stitches, fabrics or choice of patterns - it was the secrets that were known and kept.
When Rita moved back with her Husband Tom, she wanted to escape the farm life and began to write articles for the local paper - coming upon secrets that needed to be kept and not exposed to the world. While being taught to quilt, she learned the true value of friendships.