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If Cooks Could Kil (Angie Amalfi Mysteries) (edition 2002)

by Joanne Pence

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Title:If Cooks Could Kil (Angie Amalfi Mysteries)
Authors:Joanne Pence
Info:Avon (2002), Edition: First Edition, Mass Market Paperback, 336 pages
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With another failed business behind her, dilettante chef Angie Amalfi is cooking up a new scheme: Pairing up her best friend Connie with a handsome professional football player who just happens to be related to the owner of her favorite Italian restaurant. Soon Connie takes more interest in a suspicious loner than Angie's "dream man" and her despondent friend decides to recreate herself as a restaurant consultant. But when police begin to suspect that Connie and her new love interest are connected with a brutal murder and robbery, Angie and her homicide detective fiance Paavo must try to track down the real killer. And when the trail of clues begins to lead back to Angie's favorite restaurant, it's up to Angie to set things right -- or the only recipe on the menu may be one for disaster.

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"After a series of failed culinary ventures, employment challenged Angie Amalfi has decided to cook up something different: love! But Angie's attempts at matchmaking fall flat as a failed souffle, leaving best friend Connie Rogers stood up by a no-show jock. When Connie decides she's more interested in a tarnished loner, things really start to boil over. Soon the police come looking for her in connection with a brutal robbery/homicide. And after her would-be boyfriend becomes a disappearing act, Connie and Angie set out to find him and the real killer. But when the trail leads Angie into the kitchen of her favorite Italian restaurant, she fears she's about to discover an old family recipe that dishes out disaster...and murder!"--BOOK COVER.… (more)

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