Editor Rhonda Gilliland will be signing copies of “Cooked to Death: More Tales of Crime and Cookery, Volume II: Lying on a Plate” in Boise, ID this month.
BOOK SIGNING DETAILS
Saturday May 12, 2018 1:00 PM
Barnes & Noble
1315 North Milwaukee
Boise, ID 83704
About the Editor:
Editor Rhonda Gilliland was voted Best Home Cook of October 1998 by the St. Paul Pioneer Press. She co-edited Cooked to Death: Tales of Crime and Cookery. She wrote, produced, and directed Come and Get Your Love, a Native American thriller. She is a member of Twin Cities Sisters in Crime, and served as president from 2012-2015. A Yelper since 2008. A St. Paul, MN resident, she lives with her husband, a Russian Orthodox Deacon, and tabby, Stryper.
About the Book:
Writers include Tom Combs, Shelley Kubitz Mahannah, Lori L. Lake, Brian Lutterman, Brian Landon, Cathlene Buchholz, Marlene Chabot, Wendy Webb, Michael Sears, Kristi Belcamino, Christine Husom, Nancy Tesler, Marilyn Rausch, Colin Nelson, Susan Koefod
If you’re looking for a recipe so good it’s to die for, search no further. We’ve got fifteen of them.
Lovers wage war with deviled eggs and artichokes. A world-class baker turns to desperate measures to win the contest of a lifetime. An orphaned teenage girl with nowhere left to go finally takes a stand inside a farmhouse kitchen. Lawyers, financiers, and law enforcement turn to the culinary arts to defend their careers and solve their cases. All these and more can be found within the pages of the second volume of the Cooked to Death series.
Fifteen mystery writers have pooled their literary powers and culinary acumen to craft a five-course meal full of surprises both deadly and delicious. And if the crimes uncovered by these sleuths are too much for your stomach, they’ve got the perfect thing to restore your appetite: each story is followed by an easy-to-make recipe that plays some crucial part in its preceding tale. The game is afoot, and the burners are alit! Enter if you dare—and make sure to bring a fork.