Murder on the Menu

Murder on the Menu Annie Eve and their former cooking teacher are in the trenches trying to keep a new restaurant Bellywasher s from going belly up Everything s simmering along just fine until Annie and Eve find th

  • Title: Murder on the Menu
  • Author: Miranda Bliss
  • ISBN: 9780425216071
  • Page: 187
  • Format: Paperback
  • Annie, Eve, and their former cooking teacher are in the trenches, trying to keep a new restaurant, Bellywasher s, from going belly up Everything s simmering along just fine until Annie and Eve find their friend Sarah, staffer to a powerful congressman, lying dead in her tub The cops want to write it off as a suicide, but the facts just don t add up Then, after a seriesAnnie, Eve, and their former cooking teacher are in the trenches, trying to keep a new restaurant, Bellywasher s, from going belly up Everything s simmering along just fine until Annie and Eve find their friend Sarah, staffer to a powerful congressman, lying dead in her tub The cops want to write it off as a suicide, but the facts just don t add up Then, after a series of suspicious accidents, Annie and Eve realize that this kitchen fire isn t about to put itself out.

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    1. This was a well-written light hearted romantic murder mystery. Well done. I will admit that I came into the series in the latest books and liked them so much I ordered the beginning ones to catch up with the characters.I was not disappointed. Annie Capshaw and her best friend, Eve have gone to work in a restaurant with their former cooking instructor. This gave the book a fresh location and path to wonderful storylines. The murder is set away from the restaurant at a friends' apartment.Eve gains [...]

    2. Again, like this series. I like the plots and characters, and there are just enough twists to keep you guessing. Nice easy read.

    3. A very fun, light read. I didn't have the mystery figured out until the very last chapter. Book 2 made me like the series even more.

    4. Annie Capshaw is working both full-time at a bank and at nights helping her on and off again boyfriend Jim MacDonald get his restaurant "Bellywashers" up and running. The last thing she needs is to discover the dead body of a friend. The police say it was suicide but Annie and her friend Eve aren't so sure and begin to look into Sarah's death. They soon discover that there are any number of people that wanted Sarah dead. The more Annie and Eve investigate, the more they become targets. "Murder o [...]

    5. Book #92 Read in 2013Murder on the Menu by Miranda BlissThis is the second book in a cozy mystery series. In this book, Annie and Eve had opened up a restaurant with their former cooking teacher, Jim. As business begins to pick up, the girls reconnect with a former school pal, Sarah. Shortly after, Sarah is found dead in her bath tub from an apparent suicide. This does not sit well with Eve and Annie and the two begin their own investigation. This does not happen without danger and bumps in the [...]

    6. Another simply fun mystery! There was even some character development, which I was pleasantly surprised about. This book series is fun, the characters are still believable, and any thing that includes cooking makes me happy! Looking forward to book 3!

    7. This was a cutie-pie of a cozy. I could be friends with these two girls, probably Eve more so than Annie. Eve is sweet and funny and goofy, even being a hottie and all. Annie is wound a little too tight with her organizational skills and worries, but still is a good person at heart and wants to help Eve figure out who killed their friend Sarah. Yes, the police had deemed it a suicide after seeing the scene and finding a note, but Eve and Annie find little clues that lead them to believe somethin [...]

    8. A light heart-ed tale of dogs, restaurants, and murder. I picked this up at the library out of curiosity,with no real knowledge of the series. In fact, I still have not read the first book in the series as the author does a fairly good job of making reference to past murder mysteries, with enough information to be interesting, but not overly much as to rewrite the first story as some authors do. In this book, best friends Annie and Eve find a mutual acquaintance murdered in her bath tub, apparen [...]

    9. Not a series I want to read more of. The main character and her friend just weren't very likable. Since I don't normally write reviews unless I have something specific to say, here's the break down of how I rate my books1 star This book was bad, so bad I may have given up and skipped to the end. I will avoid this author like the plague in the future.2 stars This book was not very good, and I won't be reading any more from the author.3 stars This book was ok, but I won't go out of my way to read [...]

    10. I like this series. I am actually re-reading it! I just finished this yesturday and am almost done with the second. I like cooking mysteries especially when they have recipes! Miranda Bliss has a bunch of different personalities in this book that keep you wondering who to hate and who to like. I get very frustrated with Annie for not taking chances and always trying to be safe. If I had a hot scottish guy after me I would definitely take chances. It is a good read. Give it a try.Sorry I meant th [...]

    11. You know, I can usually whip through a paperback cozy in 1-3 days (three days being a long time), this book took me over a week to get through. It was an okay story, not great. I haven't read the first book in the series but I had bought this and have been reading a lot of romance so I decided to change it up with a mystery. I guess I am luke-warm at this point but I would read another one to see if I warm up to the characters.

    12. Second in the Cooking Class mysteries by Miranda Bliss. Not the best mystery, of course, but that's not what I look for in a cozy. I really like cozies, though, and this one was on par with others I've read. Considering how much I like food and cooking, I really enjoy these. I looked on and noticed she has a couple of new ones since I purchased this one, so I'll have to pursue those sometime. Good, easy, fluffy, light read.

    13. Book 2 in the Cooking Class Mysteries. In this book, Annie and Eve are not taking a cooking class. However, they are helping their old instructor, Jim, open up a restaurant named Bellywasher's. The girls find themselves investigating a murder, taking care of a very expensive dog and one of them even dates a Senator. Great twist and turns that keep you guessing until the end. Also includes many laugh out loud moments!

    14. I felt meh about the first book. Found the second one in a used bookstore and decided to give the serious another chance. The characters really annoy me, more so in this one than book 1. Annie says really dumb things and she's just blah as a character. She's also kind of rude. Eve is her gorgeous best friend, and Annie is constantly making comments like Eve is stupid or can't figure something out or that she is just smarter than Eve.

    15. This is a fun series, IMO. I can identify with the sarcastic Annie although I can cook and she can't. :) These are definitely fluff books but sometimes you need fluff. I love how Miranda Bliss incorporates food and cooking (and a little romance) in her stories - adding the recipes at the end. Sometime I'll have to try them. Looking forward to the next in the series.

    16. This was a light read. The fact that it took me to long to finish it says something, but I'm glad for an intro to the series (although it's #2 in the Cooking Class series.) Two stars here isn't a bad "okay," but an okay "okay." I guess I was looking for a little more about actual cooking classes. :)

    17. This is a good quick read. The only problem I have is that she uses unnecessary language. (kind of like an uncessary sex scene in a movie.) I did like the funness (Is that a word?) of the two girls who just happen to solve the murder and there was a twist at the end because I guessed who did it but wasn't expecting the twist.) All in all a good read.

    18. This one had me guessing until the very end. I loved how she threw in some little surprises that lead you from one conclusion to a completely different conclusion and the end was even a surprise. I enjoyed this book.

    19. Annie and Eve are once again involved in a murder investigation after their friend Sarah is found dead. The police brush it off as a suicide, but the girls know something is wrong. Fine dining, a pricey dog and politics. What's not to like? 3.5 stars

    20. This is a nice, light cozy mystery. Not too much thinking involved but enough of a plot to keep the reader interested. The main characters are not in Cooking Class in this one though so it really shouldn't be called a Cooking Class Mystery

    21. Much different from what I remembered of the first book. And I'm not sure how they could classify this as A Cooking Class Mystery except it's all the same characters, as there's not a class in site! It was well done and funny though.

    22. I enjoyed this one better than the first. NO, it is not a great literary, but it was a good read. You really feel like you know the characters in this book. I'm glad I have the next one in the series to read

    23. There were a few parts of this book that had me laughing. Annie and Eve are helping Jim with his restaurant. Annie handles the accounting, Eve the front of the house and Jim cooks/bartends. A like this light food mystery, a quick read.

    24. I enjoyed the second book in this series even though the plots are somewhat implausible and I often wonder how the two main characters ended up as friends - but I guess that is what makes this a cozy mystery. Good fun, again. I will read the 3rd.

    25. A fun culinary mystery. I liked it, but figured it out before the reveal, which is always kind of a let-down.

    26. Just can't get into it. This is the second or third time I have got this book out, started it and then went nah.

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