Forty-something Carolyn Blue is through with being a homemaker. She's decided to throw in the dishtowel and take on a dream job as a food writer. Now her plate is filled with exotic locales, delectable foods-and even a dash of crime- to taste. She could very well get used to this. Crime Brūlée With her husband in New Orleans, Carolyn decides to write a story on Cajun cuisine. But as she gets a taste of Creole, a friend disappears and clues lead to an alligator swamp where it's eat or be eaten. Truffled Feathers A large company trying to win over Carolyn's husband flies them to the Big Apple. They get serious city wining and dining and a true taste of New York, until someone in the company is murdered by the pastrami. Death ą l'Orange It's a culinary tour de France for Carolyn Blue in Normandy, but it seems like the tour bus has taken a wrong turn down Rue de Murder. Carolyn is once again tracking down a killer with an insatiable appetite.
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Review: Three-Course Murder (A Carolyn Blue Culinary Mystery #1-3 omnibus)User Review - Amy Tisevich - Goodreads
dumb book. its so boring I only got to the fifth chapter before I quit. Read full review
Review: Three-Course Murder (A Carolyn Blue Culinary Mystery #1-3 omnibus)User Review - Yvonne - Goodreads
I really wanted to like this book. But it just didn't hold my interest. After two attempts at reading it, I give up. I found it to be very tedious. Because I was bored, I put it down after two chapters. Read full review