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For book clubs, food provides a plot twist

By Lisa Zwirn
Globe Correspondent / June 17, 2004

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NEEDHAM -- The women of the Arbor Book Group mill around Jen King's dining room table, which displays a tantalizing assortment of appetizers and desserts. They exchange a few thoughts on the book they've read for that night's meeting -- "Middlesex" by Jeffrey Eugenides -- but the food proves too enticing. (Full Article: 1053 Words)

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