Food-related mystery books

I don’t know about you, but I’ve been whipping through a large number of books during SIP. (Thank goodness I bought a Kindle just as this all was starting!) Here are some food-related mysteries from a blog I get. I haven’t read any of them, but they sound fun.

Please feel free to add any others you enjoyed.

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My list keeps getting longer, but I start and don’t finish many. My daughter has some name for the sort of formulaic, predictable books that are getting a lot of publicity lately. She puts “The Girl on a Train” among them, although one of the better ones. Do you have one of these you enjoyed the most?

Although food doesn’t figure predominantly in her stories, it always has an important place in Agatha Christie’s books. They never go out of style imo. Might be a little outdated for this crowd here.

Well, I just ordered these for the heck of it.:

Death by Dumpling
Crepes of Wrath

I don’t hold out much hope but will give my honest review after I’ve read them.:slightly_smiling_face:

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