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AuthorHouse, 2004 - Medical - 136 pages

Onions Make You Fry is an adventure featuring the culinary antics of Flint Malone, a Cajun caterer from New Iberia, Louisiana. Flint's expertise around a stove is only outdone by his investigation of mysterious events surrounding Hammer University, an automotive college teaching non-confrontational sales and communication techniques. Flint's former boss, Jim, asks his help to investigate suspected industrial espionage threatening Hammer University. Using his catering business called It Don't Matter, Flint and his assistant Lila become embroiled in several murders obviously interwoven in a satanic cult on Galveston Island in which several Hammer University employees are deeply involved. The adventure brings Flint to his hometown of New Iberia, Louisiana, where to his horror he discovers that the core of the cult's origin is right at his back door. No obvious clues tie the intricate web of intrigue together until Flint discovers an insidious disposal system for body parts. Flint transforms himself into a unique old reprobate named Gator, the disguise allowing Flint to infiltrate the cult and expose its evil and prosecute the central members. In Onions Make You Fry, good prevails over evil and the reader becomes deeply involved in the characters, their foibles, and sensual innuendoes. An interesting and useful aside to this adventure is a number of descriptive recipes for some of Flint's favorite Cajun delicacies, the reader can follow and prepare while joining Flint and Company in a spiritual and actual battle that will literally keep you glued to either your stove or your chair.

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About the author (2004)

As a television sportscaster in Fresno, California, Dan Taylor extensively covered the Fresno State Bulldogs. In addition to covering Super Bowls, All-Star games, the Indianapolis 500, and major professional golf championships, Taylor has handled venue announcing for a variety of major motor sports events. This is his first book.

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