Jeanette Hurt’s book named ‘’Drink Like a women’’ was written after intensive research and it traces women’s fight to legally bartend

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Author Jeanette Hurt is hogging the limelight. This sensational author has written as many as eight books plus she has done her part in contributing to few other books is known. She is the author of the book titled ‘‘ The Cheeses of the Wisconsin” A Culinary Travel Guide’’ and it was really fantastic to note that this book got second place in the Mark Twain Travel Writing Awards Competition for 2009.

It is superb to note that she had contributed to a book named ‘’1001 Foods You Should Try Before You Die’’ and was superb. It is important to mention here that this Jeanette Hurt has her interests in food, wine plus in travel based writings. Her books on design, pets plus many parenting issues are highly sought after by the readers. With more than seventeen years of writing experience she has been superb as a writer plus editor and most of her books have many good stories that catch the readers attention.

It is now said that her recent book titled ‘’Drink like Women: Shake. Stir. Conquer. Repeat’’ was written after great research work by her where she explored the adult beverage world for around eight months. In this book a woman named Nancy Hogan Hart who was a patriot gave six soldiers who visited her Georgia Farm some corn whiskey so that she could take some weapons from them.

This Nancy later killed one and wounded others when she fired at them. It is one such kind of story but rest of the stories in Jeanette Hurts book are about spirits and women’s rights in the beverage industry that also gives cocktail recipes. Amazing!!

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