Hell Hath No Curry: A Pennsylvania Dutch Mystery

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Penguin, Feb 6, 2007 - Fiction - 288 pages
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More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA
 

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Review: Hell Hath No Curry (Pennsylvania Dutch Mystery #15)

User Review  - Lauren - Goodreads

Too hard to read - I got do tired of the main characters self crap and whining and wailing. The only reason I kept reading it was because I kept hoping it would pick up. In the end, it was like pulling teeth for me. Read full review

Review: Hell Hath No Curry (Pennsylvania Dutch Mystery #15)

User Review  - Rena Sherwood - Goodreads

Tamar Myers should have stopped the series at 14. Without a major character from the first 14 books, there is no real conflict. Also, Meyers seems to be just phoning this in. She and her narrator get ... Read full review

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Tamar Myers was born in what was then the Belgian Congo in 1948, where her parents were American Mennonite missionaries to a tribe of head-hunters. She moved to the USA at the age of fifteen. On her mother's side, Tamar is descended from one of the first Amish families to settle in America in 1738. She is the author of more than forty mystery novels and many short stories.

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