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by Miranda Bliss

Category: Mystery
Subcategory: Suspense and Thriller
Author: Miranda Bliss
ISBN: 0425212912
ISBN13: 978-0425212912
Language: English
Publisher: Berkley; 1st edition (November 7, 2006)
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The first book in the Cooking Class Mystery series, 2006. All the more reason to take the class. She set down the paper and swept her things off the table and back into her purse

The first book in the Cooking Class Mystery series, 2006. She set down the paper and swept her things off the table and back into her purse. I took the opportunity to scoop up the receipt and look it over. Ten Nights to the Perfect Ten-Course Meal, it said, right above the part that said the class would be held at Très Bonne Cuisine.

Cooking Up Murder book. On the first night of Annie and Eve's cooking class, they dish up a murder. Now the friends feel bound to uncover whatever secrets a classmate is hiding before someone else's goose gets cooked.

Miranda Bliss Cooking Up Murder The first book in the Cooking Class Mystery series, 2006 For Peggy Thanks for a place to brainstorm, the Goat White, and the salt and vinegar chips! Dying al Fresco What I’d mistaken fo. .

Miranda Bliss Cooking Up Murder The first book in the Cooking Class Mystery series, 2006 For Peggy Thanks for a place to brainstorm, the Goat White, and the salt and vinegar chips! Dying al Fresco What I’d mistaken for a black trash bag was really a black coat. Drago was sprawled on the pavement, one hand clutching at his chest, his face pale and contorted with pain. The first book in the Cooking Class Mystery series, 2006. Thanks for a place to brainstorm, the Goat White, and the salt and vinegar chips! Dying al Fresco. What I’d mistaken for a black trash bag was really a black coat.

Miranda Bliss Cooking Up Murder One Two Four Five Six Seven Eight Nine Ten Eleven Twelve Thirteen Fourteen Fifteen . Miranda Bliss Cooking Up Murder.

Miranda Bliss Cooking Up Murder One Two Four Five Six Seven Eight Nine Ten Eleven Twelve Thirteen Fourteen Fifteen Sixteen Seventeen Eighteen Nineteen Miranda Bliss. For Peggy Thanks for a place to brainstorm, the Goat White, and the salt and vinegar chips! Dying al Fresco. Drago? I knelt on the pavement, afraid to get too close

Cooking Up Murder (A Cooking Class Mystery). This is the second book in a cozy mystery series.

Cooking Up Murder (A Cooking Class Mystery). Dead Men Don't Get the Munchies (A Cooking Class Mystery). Murder Has a Sweet Tooth (A Cooking Class Mystery). In this book, Annie and Eve had opened up a restaurant with their former cooking teacher, Jim. As business begins to pick up, the girls reconnect with a former school pal, Sarah. Shortly after, Sarah is found dead in her bath tub from an apparent suicide. This does not sit well with Eve and Annie and the two begin their own investigation.

Authors: Miranda Bliss. Books by same authors: Dying for Dinner (A Cooking Class Mystery).

You can read book Cooking Up Murder by Miranda Bliss in our library for absolutely free. Authors: Miranda Bliss. 10. Murder Has a Sweet Tooth.

A Cooking Class Mystery Series. When one of the students, Brad Peterson, is murdered, Eve becomes the primary suspect. Sign me up to get more news about Mystery & Suspense books. Please make a selection. Cooking class is back in session for best friends-and sometime sleuths-Annie and Eve. But this time, Annie finds herself on the teacher’s side of the cutting board, and her best friend Eve in more hot water than ever. The whole class heard her say she wanted to kill him. She had good reason, too: Brad was the former boss who had her fired when she spurned his advances.

Annie and Eve are life-long best friends who have absolutely nothing in common-except a lack of skill in the kitchen

Some culinary disasters can be deadly. Annie and Eve are life-long best friends who have absolutely nothing in common - except a lack of skill in the kitchen. But on their first night, Annie and Eve see their fellow student Beyla arguing with a man - a man who later turns up dead in the parking lot.

Author: Miranda Bliss. Annie and Eve are life-long best friends who have absolutely nothing in common-except a lack of skill in the kitchen

Author: Miranda Bliss. Annie and Eve are life-long best friends who have absolutely nothing in common-except a lack of skill in the kitchen. But on the first night, Annie and Eve see their fellow student Beyla arguing with a man-a man who later turns up dead in the parking lot. Now the friends feel bound to uncover whatever secrets she’s hiding, before someone else’s goose-perhaps one of their own-gets cooked.

When Annie Capshaw and her best friend Eve take a gourmet cooking class together, they discover that murder is on the menu when a mysterious man is found dead in the parking lot after arguing with a fellow student, causing this case to come to a boil as they get closer to the truth. Original.
Comments to eBook Cooking Up Murder (A Cooking Class Mystery)
Seevinev
To help her best friend Annie Capshaw recover from her recent divorce (her husband ran off with the dry cleaner) Eve DeCateur signs them up for a ten day cooking class. Annie is skeptical, she can't heat water without burning it, but when she gets a look at hunky cooking instructor Jim MacDonald, she decides to stick around, even though she is convinced he only has eyes for the beautiful Eve. On the first night of classes, Annie and Eve see a classmate arguing with a man and threatening to kill him and later that night they stumble across the dying man. Initially they think he had a heart attack, but when they find out he was poisoned, they suspect their classmate Beyla, who denies knowing the man. Eve and Annie try to convince Tyler Cooper, a policeman who just happens to be Eve's ex-fiancé, that Beyla is the murderer, but he thinks Eve is trying to mess up his case and doesn't believe them, so they decide to investigate the murder themselves. They have plenty to investigate besides the murder: why did Beyla's classmate John lie about being with her the night of the murder? What was Monsieur Lavoie tossing into the dumpster? Why did Beyla's stove blow up during class and who left the note saying "you are next"? Who is the mysterious Alba Stru? What's in the computer disc Beyla is searching for? Will Annie ever learn to cook?

"Cooking Up Murder" by Miranda Bliss is the delightful first entry in what looks like it will be a fun cozy mystery series. Annie is a well-written heroine - insecure about herself after her husband left her and insecure about her looks compared to Eve - she is stuck in a rut. Eve is also well written. Although she easily could have been an unlikable caricature - blonde, beautiful with a surgically enhanced figure who has been engaged six times - but Bliss makes her a likable, sympathetic character who is deeper than she initially appears. I could picture Jim as I was reading the book - I'd take a cooking class too if all the instructors were that yummy! There's a nice sense of humor throughout the book and Bliss has a nice way with words that is evident in sentences such as "I chewed over the thought and I have to admit, I didn't like the way it tasted." Much of the humor comes from Annie and Eve who will remind readers of Lucy Ricardo and Ethel Mertz as they blunder into situations. They are far too trusting and tell strangers far too much information, which is part of the fun since they really are complete amateurs. The mystery itself is well plotted and even though there aren't many suspects, there are a couple of unexpected twists at the end of the book that made the mystery even better. Like many other culinary mysteries, there are recipes at the end of the book - make sure you read the last one!

"Cooking up Murder" is a nice cozy mystery.
Burilar
Annie Capshaw is recovering from her very recent divorce. Her best friend Eve DeCateur is determined to cheer Annie up and get her out of her apartment. Eve signs them up for a series of cooking classes but on their first night they find a man dying in an alley after just witnessing him arguing with Beyla, another student in the cooking class. Eve is convinced it was murder and she and Annie begin their own, dangerous investigation.
my review: This was a fun, light-hearted mystery. Not only is Annie a terrible cook, but she and Eve are a bit bumbling at murder investigations. But they are an amusing team as they try to follow suspects and talk too much about their suspicions to the wrong people.
Jim is their Scottish cooking instructor and Annie finds him much more inviting than the food she is trying to cook.
I liked that this was a buddy mystery, as Annie or Eve on their own would not have been nearly as much fun. It is comically painful at times to wait for them to catch up with what the reader already knows, but the author did put a couple of twists in for the ending. And there are recipes at the end! I will definitely check out Annie and Eve as they solve their next murder.

my rating 3.5/5
Innadril
A really cute cozy read and good start to a new series. Best friends, yet complet opposites, Annie & Eve take a cooking class to help Annie get over her recent divorce. Which is a great idea since neither one can cook! What they didn't expect was to get involved in a murder investigation the very first night of the class. While Annie continues to struggle to get her recipes right she wonders if the instructor is having the same feelings she's starting to have for him. In the meantime, Annie and Eve become more interested in what happened to the dead guy and decide to figure out what happened to them on their own. They will soon find out that everything isn't necessary what it seems! My one small problem was that Annie went from a quiet litte thing to Ms Aggressive practically over night. A quick and easy read with enough curve balls thrown at you to keep you guessing until the end.
Jelar
This is a well written, adventure-filled who dun nit. The characters are likeable and well developed, and the D C setting is realistically conceived and utilized. If you like a combination of cooking and light hearted suspense, you should like this first of a series of cooking-related mysteries.
Coiron
This book was a cozy light hearted mystery/romance which I find enjoyable. I thought the recipes at the end were awesome and a unique idea. I intend to try most of them. The characters were enjoyable and likable.
Nikohn
Like to see the progression from the first book. The Cooking Class Series is an easy read and I enjoy watching the main characters change with each passing year.
Neol
This series is a hoot, if you like fun corny and very interesting reads this series and author is for you !!
Fun read! Just goes to prove everyone has their gifts to share with the rest of the world! Confidence builder for the reader.
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