Kim Fay

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“Love & Saffron” is a new lighthearted novel about two women from different generations, living in different cities, who develop a friendship over food and letter-writing

‘Love & Saffron’: Friendship unfolds in 1960s LA food scene

“Love & Saffron” is a new lighthearted novel about two women from different generations, living in different cities, who develop a friendship over food and letter-writing

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