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Forty-something Carolyn Blue is through with being a homemaker. She's decided to throw in the dishtowel and take on a dream job as a food writer. Now her plate is filled with exotic locales, delectable foods-and even a dash of crime- to taste. She could very well get used to this. Crime Brûlée With her husband in New Orleans, Carolyn decides to write a story on Cajun cuisiForty-something Carolyn Blue is through with being a homemaker. She's decided to throw in the dishtowel and take on a dream job as a food writer. Now her plate is filled with exotic locales, delectable foods-and even a dash of crime- to taste. She could very well get used to this. Crime Brûlée With her husband in New Orleans, Carolyn decides to write a story on Cajun cuisine. But as she gets a taste of Creole, a friend disappears and clues lead to an alligator swamp where it's eat or be eaten. Truffled Feathers A large company trying to win over Carolyn's husband flies them to the Big Apple. They get serious city wining and dining and a true taste of New York, until someone in the company is murdered by the pastrami. Death à l'Orange It's a culinary tour de France for Carolyn Blue in Normandy, but it seems like the tour bus has taken a wrong turn down Rue de Murder. Carolyn is once again tracking down a killer with an insatiable appetite....

Title : Three-Course Murder
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ISBN : 9780425207642
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 538 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Three-Course Murder Reviews

  • Dianne
    2019-04-20 21:42

    All three stories are very entertaining. One set in New Orleans, one in New York, and one in France. Interesting characters, some likeable, some not, but all believeable. A fun read.

  • Tabby Kat
    2019-05-12 15:58

    Three-Course Murder is a compilation of Nancy Fairbanks's first three Carolyn Blue culinary mysteries with recipes. Crime BruleeWith her husband attending a chemistry conference in New Orleans, Carolyn researches a book on Cajun and Creole cuisine. But as she gets a taste of Creole, a friend disappears and clues lead to an alligator swamp where it's eat or be eaten.Truffled FeathersA large company trying to win over Carolyn's husband flies them to the Big Apple. They get serious city wining and dining and a true tast of New York until someone in the company is murdered over a plate of fine deli pastrami.Death a l'OrangeIt's a culinary tour de France for Carolyn Blue in Normandy, but the tour bus seems to have taken a wrong turn down Rue de Murder. Carolyn is once again tracking down a killer with an insatiable appetite.

  • Carol
    2019-05-01 15:57

    This is one book that contains the first 3 books this author wrote. Carolyn is a food critic and travels and writes columns about the food she encounters. I read a lot of books based around food and this series isn't as good as many others I've read. Other than Caroly, her husband Jason and their son Chris all the characters are not likeable, I need characters I can like!

  • Yvonne
    2019-04-29 22:43

    I really wanted to like this book. But it just didn't hold my interest. After two attempts at reading it, I give up. I found it to be very tedious. Because I was bored, I put it down after two chapters.

  • Christine
    2019-05-19 17:57

    A three-in-one treat, this volume contains three separate crime novels, Crime Brulee--set in New Orleans, Truffled Feathers--set inNew York, and Death a L'Orange--set in France,this book features, beside the story, mouth watering recipes.

  • Tawnya
    2019-04-22 22:56

    I loved this book because it brought together both my passions, cooking and mysteries. This book is actually three books in one and I love that! All three books are well written and the characters tend to stay with you long after you finish the book.

  • Melissa Fowler
    2019-04-21 20:37

    Meh. Too much reliance on coincidence. I got through the book but probably would not read another by this author.

  • Diane Large
    2019-05-10 16:46

    Three separate mysteries in New Orleans, New York, and France. Interesting characters, not all likable, however I liked the information about the sites and their history in each story.