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A Taste for Murder by Claudia Bishop1
A Dash of Death by Claudia Bishop2
A Plateful of Murder by Claudia BishopOmnibus 1-2
A Pinch of Poison by Claudia Bishop3
Murder Well-Done by Claudia Bishop4
Death Dines Out by Claudia Bishop5
A Touch of the Grape by Claudia Bishop6
Steak in Murder by Claudia Bishop7
Marinade for Murder by Claudia Bishop8
Just Desserts by Claudia Bishop9
Fried by Jury by Claudia Bishop10
A Purée of Poison by Claudia Bishop11
Buried By Breakfast by Claudia Bishop12
A Dinner To Die For by Claudia Bishop13
Ground to a Halt by Claudia Bishop14
A Carol for a Corpse by Claudia Bishop15
Toast Mortem by Claudia Bishop16
Dread on Arrival by Claudia Bishop17
A Fete Worse Than Death (Hemlock Falls Mysteries) by Claudia Bishop18
Just Desserts / Fried by Jury by Claudia BishopOmnibus 9-10

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Recommendations

  1. The Case of the Roasted Onion by Claudia Bishop (2006)
  2. The Chocolate Frog Frame-Up by JoAnna Carl (2003)
  3. Chocolate Quake (Culinary Food Writer) by Nancy Fairbanks (2003)
  4. Valentine Murder: A Lucy Stone Mystery (Lucy Stone Mysteries) by Leslie Meier (1999)
  5. Blooming Murder by Jean Hager (1994)
  6. Sympathy for the Devil by Jerrilyn Farmer (1998)
  7. Assault and Pepper by Tamar Myers (2005)
  8. Creeps Suzette by Mary Daheim (2000)
  9. The Diva Runs Out Of Thyme by Krista Davis (2008)
  10. A Quiche Before Dying by Jill Churchill (1993)
  11. The Body in the Vestibule by Katherine Hall Page (1992)
  12. Murder Can Cool Off Your Affair by Selma Eichler (2001)
  13. Murder Most Frothy by Cleo Coyle (2006)
  14. Shades of Earl Grey by Laura Childs (2003)
  15. A Peach of a Murder by Livia J. Washburn (2006)

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