A few weeks ago, I went to a murder mystery evening in Windsor. We were all guests at the fictional gala dinner on the eve of the Too Many Cooks TV cookery show finale, hosted by celebrity chef Steve Patterson. Guests would be dying to know if Steve Patterson was the same as he was … More Culinary crime fiction – recipe for success?
My guest in the coffee shop today is Jessica Thompson, bestselling author of culinary crime fiction including the wonderful A Caterer’s Guide to Love and Murder. Today is Publication Day for her second book A Caterer’s Guide to Holidays and Homicide – I can’t wait to sink my teeth into this one! Keep reading for … More Author visit: Jessica Thompson
I was instantly attracted to this story of a bookseller who gets drawn into an FBI investigation because of the books he’s read. A series of unsolved murders appear to have one thing in common: each bears a resemblance to one of those depicted in the classic crime mysteries listed in Malcolm Kershaw’s blog post … More Book review: Rules For Perfect Murders by Peter Swanson
My guest today is murder mystery author Paula Williams whose books like mine are published by Crooked Cat. I hugely enjoyed reading Murder Served Cold and Rough and Deadly so I’m keen to find out more about the person who wrote them. What can I get you, Paula? I’d love a black Americano – with … More Author visit – Paula Williams