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The Unwatched Kettle
     

The Unwatched Kettle

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by Maryjane Elizabeth Jones
 

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First entry in the new Phantom Cooks Mystery Series, three friends in Maine start a small catering business, but when a severed thumb turns up in their potato leek soup the women spend more time trying to stay out of jail than in the kitchen as they solve this lighthearted murder mystery.

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First entry in the new Phantom Cooks Mystery Series, three friends in Maine start a small catering business, but when a severed thumb turns up in their potato leek soup the women spend more time trying to stay out of jail than in the kitchen as they solve this lighthearted murder mystery.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940015999105
Publisher:
Absolutely Amazing Ebooks.com
Publication date:
01/15/2013
Series:
The Phantom Cooks Series , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
111 KB

Meet the Author

Maryjane Elizabeth Jones loves to cook and share her recipes almost as much as she loves to write. She got the idea for the Phantom Cooks mysteries from a friend who actually started a catering business called Phantom Cooks, home-cooked meals delivered directly to your doorstep. After reading a Janet Evanovich mystery, Maryjane decided to try her hand at the craft. You�ll be glad she did. Maryjane has two cats, a parakeet named Tweets, and protects her grandmother�s recipe for bread pudding as if it were the Crown Jewels. These days she divides her time between the rocky coast of Maine and the sandy beaches of Southern Florida

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The Unwatched Kettle 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A quick, fun read. This mystery centers around three women in Maine who start a small catering business, but things go awry when somebody find a deadman's thumb in one of their soups. The trio has to find the killer in order to clear their good names and save their small business. You'll like it if you're looking for a breezy, entertaining mystery.