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so i think this, my last foodie mystery that i read for the month, is the best one yet. lots of recipes, a good mystery, adult characters that are not too silly or annoying and a bit of romance. i did tend to skip over the very detailed pages describing what she was cooking but if you are a good enough cook/baker those alone would have been enough for you to figure out how to make the dishes she cooked on the tv show and for her cooking school. i did figure out who the killer was but there was a bit of a twist. hope the next one int he series is just as good. ( )
  kdf_333 | Jan 17, 2016 |
so i think this, my last foodie mystery that i read for the month, is the best one yet. lots of recipes, a good mystery, adult characters that are not too silly or annoying and a bit of romance. i did tend to skip over the very detailed pages describing what she was cooking but if you are a good enough cook/baker those alone would have been enough for you to figure out how to make the dishes she cooked on the tv show and for her cooking school. i did figure out who the killer was but there was a bit of a twist. hope the next one int he series is just as good. ( )
  kdf_333 | Jan 17, 2016 |
so i think this, my last foodie mystery that i read for the month, is the best one yet. lots of recipes, a good mystery, adult characters that are not too silly or annoying and a bit of romance. i did tend to skip over the very detailed pages describing what she was cooking but if you are a good enough cook/baker those alone would have been enough for you to figure out how to make the dishes she cooked on the tv show and for her cooking school. i did figure out who the killer was but there was a bit of a twist. hope the next one int he series is just as good. ( )
  kdf_333 | Jan 17, 2016 |
so i think this, my last foodie mystery that i read for the month, is the best one yet. lots of recipes, a good mystery, adult characters that are not too silly or annoying and a bit of romance. i did tend to skip over the very detailed pages describing what she was cooking but if you are a good enough cook/baker those alone would have been enough for you to figure out how to make the dishes she cooked on the tv show and for her cooking school. i did figure out who the killer was but there was a bit of a twist. hope the next one int he series is just as good. ( )
  kdf_333 | Jan 17, 2016 |
so i think this, my last foodie mystery that i read for the month, is the best one yet. lots of recipes, a good mystery, adult characters that are not too silly or annoying and a bit of romance. i did tend to skip over the very detailed pages describing what she was cooking but if you are a good enough cook/baker those alone would have been enough for you to figure out how to make the dishes she cooked on the tv show and for her cooking school. i did figure out who the killer was but there was a bit of a twist. hope the next one int he series is just as good. ( )
  kdf_333 | Jan 17, 2016 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 042521981X, Mass Market Paperback)

Meet Della Carmichael, owner of a cooking school in Santa Monica, California, and, as of this week, star of a brand-new cable cooking show. But she's about to add another credit to her rŽsumŽ: suspect.

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