From Herring to Eternity

From Herring to Eternity

eBook - 2013
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"Delia Rosen provides an entertaining deli whodunit. --Mystery Gazette on One Foot in the Gravy Out of the frying pan... Streetcorner trumpeter Lippy Montgomery dies after eating at Murray's Pastrami Swami--poisoned by the herring. Even more perplexing, his battered trumpet case is stolen from the crime scene. Is someone close to Gwen "Nashville" Katz responsible? Is it the professional treasure hunter who sat beside him at the counter? The record producer who has a secret he doesn't want revealed? The sister who earns her living as a high priced escort? On top of that, a coven of Wiccans goes to war with an ambulance?chasing attorney and an arrogant college professor over a Civil War burial ground...that just happens to lie under Gwen's house? With both her deli and house on the line, Gwen also must catch a killer who wants to see her sleeping with the fishes! A Deadly Deli Mystery "Will certainly leave the reader hungry for more." --Mystery Librarian.com on A Brisket A Casket"...A really humorous cozy... Readers will thoroughly enjoy this deli tale." --Once Upon a Romance on One Foot in the Gravy."-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York, NY : Kensington Publishing Corporation, 2013.
ISBN: 9780758282002
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource (304 pages)
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nidofito
Sep 07, 2014

You know what this series needs?

A Glossary

I would be able to appreciate the dialogue so much better if I didn't have to search foreign words every page. And now Gwen is probably mad at me for not being educated enough to appreciate her jokes *eye roll* I've gotta say, for someone who takes offence in being stereotyped, she does quite a bit of it herself. Although, I understand and empathize with her, given her situation. Hopefully, she'll come out of this bump and be more positive about herself and others. Or you know get anti depressant medication. Which ever one comes first.

I gotta applaud the author for pulling out that ending though. I was so wrapped up in the witches vs. school vs. Nash problem that I had no clue how the mystery was going to be solved.

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