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A Cookbook Conspiracy (Bibliophile Series #7)

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3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

Brooklyn is quite a foodie and having a sister who graduated fro

Brooklyn is quite a foodie and having a sister who graduated from the prestigious Cordon Bleu school in Paris is fantastic as she isn’t much of a cook herself.




One of Savannah’s classmates, Baxter Cromwell, is opening a new restaurant in San Francisco and he has inv...
Brooklyn is quite a foodie and having a sister who graduated from the prestigious Cordon Bleu school in Paris is fantastic as she isn’t much of a cook herself.




One of Savannah’s classmates, Baxter Cromwell, is opening a new restaurant in San Francisco and he has invited the old gang from Paris to participate in the Grand Opening. Savannah asks Brooklyn to restore an old cookbook that Baxter had given her years ago so she can give it back to him as a gift. Brooklyn realizes the book must be at least 200 hundred years old and it has some strange notes in the margins. This is a book that belongs in a museum but Savannah is determined to give it back to Baxter.




Derek and Brooklyn attend the grand opening and the food is delicious, each and every course. It was a wonderful evening until shortly after the restaurant closes and all the guests have gone. It is then Baxter is found dead, the cookbook is missing, and Savannah is found next to the body with the murder weapon in her hand.





After reading Peril in Paperback a couple of weeks ago I couldn’t wait to start this book and I devoured it in just a couple of hours.




Savannah has brought Brooklyn a very special cookbook, steeped in history and full of interesting recipes and intriguing information. Information that brings Dexter’s brother, Dalton, to town. Can there really be two hunky handsome guys in this family? Oh my YES! He definitely needs to be in upcoming installments.




The girls “hippy” parents along with the rest of the Wainwright family return. Guru Bob also makes an appearance. I just love their mom with her spells and incantations. Now she is planning to study Exorcism!   




The authors creates a capricious group of supporting characters as well. Quite a blend of chefs that are so totally different and all of them seem to have secrets.




Kate Carlisle continues to deliver us marvelous mysteries and this is the best one yet. I highly recommend you add this one to your shopping cart today!

posted by Dollycas on June 7, 2013

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Done with this series

I really liked the first few books in this series, enjoyed the mysteries, the developing romance, the information about bookbinding and restoration. But each one it seems hasthe characters just getting gushier and more melodramatic. Everybody just *wuvs* everyone (excep...
I really liked the first few books in this series, enjoyed the mysteries, the developing romance, the information about bookbinding and restoration. But each one it seems hasthe characters just getting gushier and more melodramatic. Everybody just *wuvs* everyone (except the bad guys of course and Brooklyn's nemesis from earlier boks who is fat and ugly, naturally - as all bad people are, right?) and her "quirky" family is just annoying and everyone is utterly unrealistic. Even in a pleasant cozy, this is just over the top with everyone at the top of their particular field. I stopped buying these after the previous one was disappointing and got this one from the library. I won't even bother with that on any more by this author.

posted by Penney23 on October 8, 2013

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