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Two Cooks A-Killing (Angie Amalfi Series #11)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 6, 2003

    Angie and Paavo are the best mystery couple since Nancy and Ned...

    Imagine getting a job working in Courtlandt Manor of Pine Valley. To a soap fan this is a dream job, one Angie Amalfi has a chance to live when she lands a job providing the Christmas dinner for the cast of her favorite soap's, Eagle Crest, reunion show. The dream quickly is transformed to a nightmare. The 'chef' is an odious little man who makes Angie's life miserable whenever they come into contact. He's determined to not let her into 'his' kitchen. The stars are aloof and not nearly as likeable in person as their characters. Everyone Angie knows seems to be dropping in to leave a prop for her to place on the set so they can say their knick knack is a part of the scene, and she has discovered that getting this job might be less a measure of her talent and more a facet of her father's match making schemes. Toss in an old, unsolved murder, a tabloid reporter, and a fresh 'accidental' death, and you have a fine hash. ......................... The love of Angie's life, Paavo, is not too thrilled with life either. He misses Angie, and her cooking. Then, referred by Angie's pesky friend Connie, he has a missing person's case dumped in his lap by a 'little person', Minnie Petite. The only good part of that is it ties to Angie's situation, and brings them together again. ...................... **** Angie and Paavo are the best mystery couple since Nancy and Ned. You might die laughing, but it is a good way to go. As always, there are recipes guaranteed to kill your diet if you make them included. ****

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