Slice and Dice

MURDER A LA CARTEIf all goes according to plan, Connie Buckridge s culinary empire will soon boast a state of the art cooking academy and restaurant in her home town of Minneapolis St Paul Unfortunately, just when the kitchen queen and her bickering entourage hit town on a publicity tour, so does a bestselling investigative writer who is hot on her scandalous trail.PrimeMURDER A LA CARTEIf all goes according to plan, Connie Buckridge s culinary empire will soon boast a state of the art cooking academy and restaurant in her home town of Minneapolis St Paul Unfortunately, just when the kitchen queen and her bickering entourage hit town on a publicity tour, so does a bestselling investigative writer who is hot on her scandalous trail.Primed by an anonymous e mail informer, Marie Damontraville is preparing to cook Connie s goose with a major expose of her strategies for success The one missing ingredient in this unsavory stew is murder, and when food critic Sophie Greenway finds a cooking colleague stabbed with his own kitchen knife, a fire that has been smoldering for forty years suddenly bursts into flame SPECIAL AUTHOR INTERVIEW INSIDE
Slice and Dice MURDER A LA CARTEIf all goes according to plan Connie Buckridge s culinary empire will soon boast a state of the art cooking academy and restaurant in her home town of Minneapolis St Paul Unfortunate

  • Title: Slice and Dice
  • Author: Ellen Hart
  • ISBN: 9780345421531
  • Page: 404
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Slice and Dice”

    1. I've read a couple of the books in this series thinking I'd like it but it's just not clicking for me. The back stories are hard to follow and I've lost track several times and had to flip back and forth to the cheat sheet in the front. That is cumbersome. As someone else mentioned I do not like the storyline between the married couples and past relationships. I won't read any more in the series.

    2. I found this one a little disappointing. I think this was in the middle of the series, and I felt a little confused about the back stories of the characters. Also, I was uncomfortable with the romance angle between the married characters and people who weren't their partners. The ending was a little unbelievable.All in all, not a series I'd really want to read againB

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