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  • Title: Truffled Feathers
  • Author: Nancy Fairbanks
  • ISBN: 9780425182727
  • Page: 443
  • Format: Paperback
  • Carolyn Blue decides that life as a homemaker is too dull for her, so she embarks on a career as a food writer But, when one of her husband s colleagues keels over and dies at the dinner table, Carolyn wonders whether foul play may be the cause.
    Truffled Feathers Carolyn Blue decides that life as a homemaker is too dull for her so she embarks on a career as a food writer But when one of her husband s colleagues keels over and dies at the dinner table Caroly

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    1. Carolyn Blue and her husband Jason go to New York for a meeting with her publisher and a job interview for him The delightful Mrs Blue finds trouble wherever she goes but this time Jason is as involved as she is I loved following the twists and turns in this delightful cozy There are a few curse words but clean otherwise.

    2. Budding food columnist amateur sleuth Carolyn Blue finds herself knee deep in another murder mystery this time in New York City And while Truffled Feathers is not as quirky as Crime Brulee, this second Carolyn Blue murder mystery is as interesting and as engrossing as the first.The Blues have come to New York on business Jason is being recruited by Hodge, Brune and Byerson for a consultancy gig, while Carolyn has an appointment to meet her agent face to face for the first time And while Jason is [...]

    3. Truffled Feathers by Nancy Fairbanks is the second book of the Carolyn Blue Culinary Mystery series set in the contemporary US Bored El Paso university wife Carolyn Blue has started a new career as a food critic She is under contract with a publisher to write about her culinary adventures in New Orleans first book of the series, Crime Brulee Struggling to finish the book, she welcomes a distraction the chance to accompany her chemistry professor husband to New York City, where he is asked to con [...]

    4. Truffled Feathers was another great addition to this culinary mystery series Fairbanks has created a delightful story full of many twists and turns as well as many suspects when a respected colleague of Jason s was murdered Naturally Carolyn finds herself involved in the investigation but surprisingly Jason becomes involved as well I really liked the alternating viewpoints of Carolyn and Jason as each tries to solve the case and has their own theory I think the character development was stronger [...]

    5. I have completely and utterly read these books out of order I do recall reading Crime Brulee first though, although it was many years ago in a round robin type of read I love the idea that food is a major topic in these books as all of the food sounds absolutely divine I have to admit, sometimes the descriptions literally make my mouth water And the section on sushi makes me yearn for next Wednesday when I get to take my beloved dave for sushi for the first time A great who dun it that keeps you [...]

    6. 2 in the Culinary Food Writer series Carolyn Blue writes a food related newspaper eventually syndicated she is married to a Texas University Chemistry Professor Culinary Food Writer series Carolyn Blue accompanies her husband, Jason, to NYC He to investigate a consultancy with a chemical firm she to meet with her agent about the book on NO food she is writing On arrival they find Jason s contact was murdered that afternoon The Blues get caught up in the situation, everyone knows and suspects eve [...]

    7. I ve sporadically read some of this series over the years Now I m attempting to read them in order skipping those I ve already done This is the second in the series, but the first I recall where her husband was first person in probably a 1 3rd of the chapters I enjoy getting both persepectives.

    8. Kept me entertained in the airport Too a few chapters to get used to the switching of perspectives, but it was a needed feature in this book so it s cool I enjoyed the snippets of newspaper articles, esp in relation to the experiences we read about I d read this author again, esp if she puts forth another w these characters, maybe after they take the NY jobs.

    9. A killer crime and some killer recipes What s not to love Seriously, though, this book is written alternating between the perspectives of Carol Blue and her husband Jason It s really interesting to see how each of them views the circumstances and the various players.

    10. This was a decent mystery but the book was spoiled by the foul language that was thrown in for no apparent reason, the silly mention of men s private parts that added exactly nothing to the story and the last chapter that went on and on trying but failing to add suspense.

    11. Hmmm It appears I am not destined to read this Not in any local libraries, and I ve been told they can t get it It was TradeMe to the rescue, and although it was a fairly slow start, I ended up enjoying it very much.

    12. I liked this much better than the first book in the series Her main characters, Carolyn and Jason, have become much into themselves, voicewise And I love the recipes They are so good that I m not sure whether to shelve these with the mysteries or the cookbooks

    13. Carolyn Blue is an amazing woman with a talent of writing food columns It made me want to eat what they were eating.

    14. I have to agree with other reviewers of this book It was much engaging than her first one I might even check out her third book.

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