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Cooking up Murder (Cooking Class Mystery Series #1)

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  • Posted July 22, 2011

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    Well rounded mystery!

    Review by Jen:
    Cooking Up Murder is Miranda Bliss' debut novel and the first in A Cooking Class Mystery series.

    Annie still hasn't completely gotten over he ex-husband, who left her for the dry cleaner, and she's put love on the back burner. In an effort to get Annie out of the house and back into society, Eve enrolls the both of them in a cooking class. Annie doesn't want to go because she can't even boil water without catastrophic events occurring.

    On the first night of class, Annie and Eve see a fellow student arguing with a man who later turns up dead. The girls decide they can solve the murder more efficiently than the police and begin their own investigation.

    Ms. Bliss has created a humorous story with delightful characters. I found myself with a smile on my face as I watched Annie and Eve in their attempts to play detectives. I enjoyed the story and felt that the mystery was well-rounded and character development complete. I'm looking forward to future installments of this series.

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  • Posted October 17, 2009

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    I'm Hooked or is that COOKED!!?

    Great story! The characters were fabulous and the story was thrilling. I'm becoming a food fiction junkie and this is fantastic. I'll definitely be reading the consecutive books. I can't wait to try the recipes!

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