A Corpse in the Soup: A Silver Sisters Mystery

A Corpse in the Soup: A Silver Sisters Mystery

by Morgan St. James, Phyllice Bradner


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781496059185
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/01/2014
Pages: 276
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.58(d)

About the Author

Former interior designer, MORGAN lives in Las Vegas, is on the board of Writers of Southern Nevada and belongs multiple writers' groups. In addition to the Silver Sisters series, she also collaborates with other writers and writes her own novels and short stories. Morgan frequently appears on the radio, author's panels and is an entertaining speaker. Published short stories include contributions to three Chicken Soup for the Soul books, many anthologies including the single author anthology The Mafia Funeral and Other Short Stories. She gives workshops at writers' conferences and has written over 600 published articles on diverse subjects.

Visit www.morganstjames-author.com
After living in Alaska for many years, PHYLLICE, an award-winning graphic designer, fine artist, published writer, and former antique shop owner moved to a quaint 100 year old house in McMinnville, Oregon. She has been a political print consultant for campaigns including four gubernatorial races and five candidates for U.S. Senate. Over the years Phyllice has won four Alaska Press Club awards and two National awards for newsletter publications. She is the co-author of Juneau Centennial Cookbook and Touring Juneau.
Phyllice works out of her own art studio and is a co-owner of Currents Art Gallery in McMinnville, Oregon.
Visit www.bradnerartstudio.com

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A Corpse in the Soup: A Silver Sisters Mystery 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
GPL930 More than 1 year ago
A CORPSE IN THE SOUP by Morgan St. James and Phyllice Bradner is one of the funniest books I have ever read! I love the names of the characters – Godiva Olivia DuBois aka the advice columnist G.O.D, her twin sister, Goldie Silver, their mother, Flossie, Uncle Sterling Silver, Goldie’s daughter Chili Pepper, Biff Wellington, and Caesar Romano are very tongue in cheek. Both Biff and Caesar are chefs competing in the Gourmet Gladiator Competition. Chili is asked to be Caesar’s assistant when his previous assistant, Candy, leaves to become Biff’s assistant. When Caesar is arrested for Biff’s murder, Godiva and Goldie set out to prove his innocence. Not wanting to be left out, Flossie and Sterling, who played vaudeville, assist in the effort and come up with the clue that may free Caesar. Throughout the book, the characters blend well together and Morgan and Phyllice really know how to weave a story that readers will find delightful. Grab a copy – you won’t regret it!
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Trudi LoPreto for Readers' Favorite A Corpse in the Soup: A Silver Sisters Mystery (Silver Sisters Mysteries) (Volume 1) written by Morgan St. James and Phyllice Bradner is a very different mystery story. Twins Goldie Silver and Godiva Olivia Dubois are the sleuths who get lots of help from their mother Flossie and their Uncle Sterling in solving crimes. Godiva is poisoned while attending Chef Romano’s cooking show. Chef believes that someone is trying to damage his image and is sabotaging his food; he believes that because the Gourmet Gladiator Tournament is coming up, Chef Biff Willington will do whatever it takes to be the winner. When Willington is found dead with a knife in his back and his face in a bowl of soup, Romano is the main suspect. The Silver Sisters are determined to prove his innocence, no matter what it takes. Flossie and Sterling attempt to find the killer and almost get themselves in big trouble while the twins face some scary moments before the case is closed. A Corpse in the Soup has characters that are funny, real and likeable.  The plot has many twists, turns and surprises. St. James and Bradner have written a fun, quirky, unpredictable and original mystery. A Corpse in the Soup had me laughing out loud, holding my breath in fear, rooting for Chef Romano’s name to be cleared and thinking several different people were the real killers throughout the book. The Silver Sisters moved to the top of my favorite sleuth list and I am anxiously awaiting their next mystery. A Corpse in the Soup has something for young and old and in-between readers, so don’t pass this one up – it is a winner.