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Let's Add Some Flavor

Okay so let us add a little flavor to our mystery reading today. I love to read mysteries that feature coffee I love all of our mystery titles that have coffee in them. Tea is also good for flavor and great titles and who could forget ice cream titles by our very own Wendy Watson. Of course we have pie shoppe mysteries out and cupcake, donut mysteries are on the market. I am waiting for a cook channel mystery because will definitely spice up my mystery series reading.


Give us some of your most flavorful titles from some of your favorite authors.

One or two of mine are MURDER MOST FROTHY (What a great title) another SCOOP TO KILL (just perfect) another A PEACH OF A MURDER just perfect and so the list goes on for me.

I think I have discovered I like mystery titles that lend flavor in one form or another.

Hugs,

Pamela

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  1. Lets be honest, I do love teas, cooking and gardening..."Dying for Chocolate" by Diane Mott Davidson, "Cream Puff Murder" by Joanne Fluke, Chocolate Bear Burglary" by Joanna Carl, "Scoop to Kill" by Wendy Lyn Watson (love ice cream)oh and there is so more...hugs, Skye

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  2. I love all of SWA's China Bayles' titles. G. A. McKevett's Savannah Reid's have some pretty yummy titles as well. Okay, now that I want to have dessert before dinner I think I'll go back to my crocheting. LOL

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