<pre>These lists are not complete by any means....these are just author names I've either read in the past or found while doing searches.
If you have author names and titles to contribute, please do!
The book is called Crime Brulee. Lots of fun. It is about a chemist's wife who turns food writer after being a stay at home mom raising her family.
Now she travels with her husband as he attends chemistry seminars and conferences. The story takes place in New Orleans where Carol Blue's best friend disappears from a resturant during a reunion dinner after a fight with her husband. Fun book.
Nancy even includes recipes and some of them sound pretty good.
Sympathy For the Devil
Dim Sum Dead
Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder
Strawberry Shortcake Murder
She now has a long list of titles and I believe also a cookbook.
Stanley Hastings Mystery-"Cozy".
This is the first time I have read any of this particular series ....
so being new to this sleuth I was wondering does all his books with Stanley in them have recipes? This particular book's setting is an Inn or by Stanley's version a Bed & Breakfast... so far there has been a recipe for Chocolate Cake; Shark with Mango Sauce and looks like a couple of more recipes...
Note from author Joanne Pence:
Parnell Hall would be proud of himself! I'm afraid the Stanley mysteries don't have recipes. In fact, "Cozy" is a spoof of all cozy mysteries--so Parnell set it in a bed and breakfast, has amateurs running around trying to solve mysteries, cats...and recipes. I'm wondering if his cake made with Hershey's syrup is edible--or just runny.
HART, CAROLYN G.
Has anyone read the Death on Demand series? It isn't directly a culinary mystery series, but food and coffee are major components.
Anyway, I just wanted to say that Carolyn Hart's books are great fun. ESPECIALLY if you read lots of other mystery authors. Her main character, Annie, owns a mystery bookstore called Death On Demand in South Carolina, and so there are always lots of comments about mysteries, which Annie loves to read and talk about. Once, a "Joanne Pence" book was in the window of Annie's store.
Deal al Dente
A Healthy Place to Die
Dying on the Vine
Spiced to Death
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