The Perils of Paella

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Wheeler Pub., 2004 - Fiction - 407 pages
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Food writer Carolyn Blue gets to use her taste-testing skills again — this time in Barcelona, while her husband gives an academic lecture nearby. Carolyn soaks up the sights of the city and visits her friend, Roberta, a resident Miro scholar at a modern art museum. There, she catches a performance art piece about death — planted a little too firmly in reality. One of the actors is dead … and a dead-ringer for Roberta.

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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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