Death L'Orange

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Berkley Prime Crime, 2002 - Fiction - 273 pages
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Carolyn Blue, now in her dream job as a food writer, travels to France with her family to visit Normandy and the Loire Valley along with a group of academics. But before they even get out of the airport, an "accident" befalls one of the members. Soon, murder is on the menu and Carolyn is once again investigating crime when she'd rather investigate cuisine. Includes French recipes. (June)

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Review: Death A L'Orange (A Carolyn Blue Culinary Mystery #3)

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A lightweight mystery. Too many characters who were not too memorable. Kept me guessing, however. I'd really give it 2.5. Read full review

Review: Death A L'Orange (A Carolyn Blue Culinary Mystery #3)

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A fun read. A bit of history thrown in with the mystery. Loved the descriptions of the food the characters ate and some of the places they visited. Didn't figure out who the villain was till near the end. Read full review


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Nancy Fairbanks is a pseudonym for Nancy Herndon, author of the Elena Jarvis mysteries. She has also written historical romances under the name Elizabeth Chadwick. She lives in El Paso, Texas with her husband. She travels widely and frequently with her husband throughout America and Europe, enjoying new places, interesting people, good food, opera, and scientific conferences.

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