Award-winning humorist and writer Pat Dennis proves it can be a crime to serve hotdish, a heartlander term for casserole. This collection of culinary mystery short stories (and 18 hotdish recipes) will have you puzzling with laughter.
|Publisher:||Penury Press LLC|
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
She has worked with such notables as Phyllis Diller,
David Brenner, and Lewis Black. Pat is the author of
the popular Hotdish To Die For and Stand-Up and Die.
Her stories appear in many anthologies, including Minnesota Crime Wave¿s Silence
of the Loons and Resort to Murder, Once Upon a Crime¿s Writes of Spring, as well as
Hotdish Haiku, Who Died in Here?, and Anne Frasier¿s Deadly Treats. She is married to
an air traffic controller who goes to work to get away from the stress.
Table of Contents
|Hotdish Mystery: The Unofficial Guide|
|Death By Idaho|
|The Elder Hostile|
|Hotdish To Die For|
|The Lutheran Who Lusted|
|The Maltese Tater Tot|
What People are Saying About This
As unexpected as Minnesota's weather, Pat Dennis' wit and humor catch the
reader unaware and sparkle in these hilarious stories of neighbors you've
(Marjorie Myers Douglas, author, Eggs in the Coffee, Sheep in the Corn: My 17 Years as a Farmwife)
Pat Dennis has a beautiful ear for dialogue and a
comedienne's loving and cynical view of the world. But this book! And
prepare yourself for a very delightful read.
(Susan Vass, Comedian and author, Laughing Your Way to Good Health)