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Killer Cookbook #1:

Recipes to Accompany The Chef Who Died Sautéing

(included in the novel)

The Chef Who Died Sautéing brought a young English instructor who talks to ghosts and has  precognitive dreams together with both a murder to be solved and a lot of food! Now readers who  found a desire to snack at every new turn of the plot can sample all 30 of the delicacies described in  the novel for themselves.  Table of Contents

Killer Cookbook #2:

Recipes to Accompany The Lawyer Who Died Trying

(included in the novel)

The Lawyer Who Died Trying introduces Psychic sleuth Ariel Quigley to a few new restaurants,  and several new people to Bernice's cooking. Throw in weird Halloween party food, and these 45  recipes will help you solve one mystery - why everybody eats so much in the Ariel Quigley mysteries!  Table of Contents

Killer Cookbook #3:

Holiday Recipes to Accompany The Reporter Who Died Probing

(included in the novel)

The Reporter Who Died Probing brings a whole new look to Psychic sleuth Ariel Quigley’s dining  experiences, with 70 new food delicacies covering every holiday celebration from St. Nicholas Eve  (December 5th) to a Manx 12th Night Party (January 12th).  Table of Contents
Ariel Quigley Mysteries