Toast Mortem

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Berkley Publishing Group, 2010 - Fiction - 211 pages
14 Reviews
The Inn at Hemlock Fall reopens for readers!

Bernard LeVasque has opened a multi-million dollar cooking school in Hemlock Falls-and has even stolen customers from Sarah and Meg Quilliam's Inn. But someone finds the infamous chef too bitter-and takes him off the menu for good.

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Review: Toast Mortem (Hemlock Falls Mysteries #16)

User Review  - Nancy Madacsi - Goodreads

I found the pace of the book a little slow and the plot slow in unraveling. The primary characters are well developed with the exception of the murderer who comes out of left field. Overall the book is well written. Read full review

Review: Toast Mortem (Hemlock Falls Mysteries #16)

User Review  - Karen - Goodreads

Meg and Quill are at their sleuthing best in this adventure. A culinanry arts school has been established with a surly chef at the helm. Bent on putting the inn out of business for good Maitre ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

The author of the popular Hemlock Falls mystery series, Claudia Bishop also writes a fantasy series for American Scholastic, Inc. under the name of Mary Stanton. Death Dines at 8:30 is her first editorial effort.

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