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Death A L'Orange By Nancy Fairbanks,

  • Title: Death A L'Orange
  • Author: Nancy Fairbanks
  • ISBN: 9780425185247
  • Page: 200
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s a culinary tour de France for Carolyn Blue and her family as they travel through Normandy and the Loire Valley with a group of academics Where better to write about food than France But when murder shows up on the menu, Carolyn is once again investigating crime as well as cuisine and trying to stay one step ahead of a killer with an insatiable appetite C est la vieIt s a culinary tour de France for Carolyn Blue and her family as they travel through Normandy and the Loire Valley with a group of academics Where better to write about food than France But when murder shows up on the menu, Carolyn is once again investigating crime as well as cuisine and trying to stay one step ahead of a killer with an insatiable appetite C est la vie
    Death A L Orange It s a culinary tour de France for Carolyn Blue and her family as they travel through Normandy and the Loire Valley with a group of academics Where better to write about food than France But when murd

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    1. Carolyn Blue, food writer, is off with her husband and son on a tour of France The group is made up of faculty and family members of Carolyn s husband s previous university The tour is through the Normandy and Loire Valley, not only will there be history but also fine dining At least that is the plan.Among the travellers are three faculty members who are vying for the position of dean of the college of arts and sciences Professor Childeric, a pompous man with a huge ego Dr Hugh Fauree, who is be [...]

    2. Because her husband has to undergo bypass surgery, Mrs Atwater, a friend of the Blues, offers them their tour tickets to Normandy and the Loire Valley at a cheaper than usual price Of course the Blues enthusiastically accept A chance to partake in the sights and foods of Normandy is not something any amateur historian and budding food critic would willingly pass up Another bonus is that the tour group will comprise of academics and their better halves from the university that Jason had been prev [...]

    3. I think this qualifies as a cozy mystery Carolyn Blue is married to a Chemistry professor and they join a tour group from his University for a trip to France Bizarre things begin to happen as soon as they land Carolyn becomes entangeled with a professor of Mid evil History named Proffessor Childeric Someone in the group means him harm and keeps getting Carolyn hurt as well There are also the many dinners that the group attends at the behest of the tour Ironically Carolyn is a food critic and has [...]

    4. Fun little cozy mystery I picked up to read just on impulse Enjoyable romp through the Tour of Normandy and the Loire from hell, as one misadventure after another happens, maybe than are believable Sometimes it seemed as if the author was trying to stretch out a story that was a little thin The tidbits of French history were fun, and I liked the heroine, Carolyn The author did keep me guessing after I narrowed down the list of suspects The endless bickering of the academics on this tour Well, a [...]

    5. 3 in the Culinary Food Writer series Food columnist Carolyn Blue is in France for this series entry and, in the way of cozy protagonists, encounters dead bodies There are better entries in the series.Culinary Food Writer series Carolyn and Jason Blue join a tour to France with a group of college professors Accidents plague the tour and seem to focus on the irritating specialist on medieval France, Professor Jean Claude Childeric Suspicion is that the accidents are related to the three way compet [...]

    6. In the first book there was one point of view, in the second there were two, and now in this, the third book in the series, the story is told from three points of view, which is a bit excessive for a relatively short and standard mystery It also became rather tiresome to read the same events related from three slightly different perspectives.

    7. A fun read A bit of history thrown in with the mystery Loved the descriptions of the food the characters ate and some of the places they visited Didn t figure out who the villain was till near the end.

    8. My first ever foodie mystery I hadn t ever even heard of the genre before but this was a nice start The characters were cute, the recipes tasty and there was no adult content The plot was a bit predictable but over all it was a cozy read.

    9. Way too many characters, there was absolutely no way to keep track of them all Not to mention, that most of them were very weak characters who would suddenly rise up and have there moment of glory and then return to the woodwork from whence they had come.

    10. Fun read Lots of places that I have been to in France, so it was fun to read about places where we have recently visited.

    11. A lightweight mystery Too many characters who were not too memorable Kept me guessing, however I d really give it 2.5.

    12. Too many characters, difficult to remember who is who The different narrations were a little confusing Struggled to finish, just wanted to be done reading it.

    13. A bit tedious a whining in fighting group of academics on tour in France encounter a series of non life threatening incidents that may or my not be accidental.

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