Monday, July 26, 2010

Murder on the Menu

Murder on the Menu
by Jeanine Larmoth [809.387 Lar]

Larmoth examinies the use of food (and poisons) in the classic British mystery. Each chapter includes several recipes. She examines the library snack, strong drink, the tea trolley, the gardener, and the kitchen, among others. Anyone who enjoys British cozies will find this a delight. [If you enjoy this, you may also wish to try The Murder Book by Tage LaCour.] -- recommended by Rianne S. - Bennett Martin Public Library

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