Hail to the Chef

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Penguin, Dec 2, 2008 - Fiction - 336 pages
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White House executive chef Ollie Paras has to put her own interests on the back burner when a kindly electrician is electrocuted to death, and the First Lady’s nephew dies in an apparent suicide less than 24 hours after cleaning shrimp with Ollie. Ollie suspects something fishy is going on. She’ll have to watch her back—and find a killer unlikely to be pardoned.
 

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User Review  - ChazziFrazz - LibraryThing

An enjoyable read. Nothing deep or heavy, but written well with good characters and style. I was pulled in due to the genre - culinary mystery - and where it takes place, the White House. Ollie has ... Read full review

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User Review  - BookConcierge - LibraryThing

The second in a series of cozy mysteries featuring White House Executive Chef Ollie Paras begins at Thanksgiving and takes the reader through preparations to decorate the White House for Christmas ... Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER 1
1
CHAPTER 2
8
CHAPTER 3
16
CHAPTER 4
27
CHAPTER 5
46
CHAPTER 6
56
CHAPTER 7
65
CHAPTER 8
75
CHAPTER 16
187
CHAPTER 17
205
CHAPTER 18
212
CHAPTER 19
228
CHAPTER 20
238
CHAPTER 21
252
CHAPTER 22
259
CHAPTER 23
282

CHAPTER 9
92
CHAPTER 10
96
CHAPTER 11
116
CHAPTER 12
127
CHAPTER 13
137
CHAPTER 14
161
CHAPTER 15
179
CHAPTER 24
290
CHAPTER 25
298
CHAPTER 26
302
AN ADORABLE ASSEMBLY OF APPETIZERS
307
APPETIZER PARTY MENU
309
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About the author (2008)

New York Times bestselling author Julie Hyzy writes both the White House Chef Mysteries and the Manor House Mysteries for Berkley Prime Crime and has won the Anthony Award and the Barry Award for her work. A native Chicagoan, she thoroughly enjoys researching her books, especially when traveling to exciting new places is involved.

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