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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Carolyn Blue comes to Barcelona to meet up with her friend Roberta and enjoy the tastes of Spanish cuisine. She also finds a the discovery of a dead body in a performance art piece also on her menu ... Read full review


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