Book Reviews of Too Many Cooks (Angie Amalfi, Bk 2)

Too Many Cooks (Angie Amalfi, Bk 2)
Too Many Cooks - Angie Amalfi, Bk 2
Author: Joanne Pence
ISBN-13: 9780061081996
ISBN-10: 006108199X
Publication Date: 2/28/2006
Pages: 352
Rating:
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.
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3.3 stars, based on 44 ratings
Publisher: Avon
Book Type: Paperback
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wonderful mysteries
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Cover: After talking her way into a job on a pompous-third rated chef's radio call in show, Angie Amalfi has visions of a new career to go along with her hot, new romance with Paavo Smith, a gorgeous, San Francisco homocide detective. When a successful and much envied restaunteur is poisoned however, Angie finds the case far more interesting than trying to make her pretentious boss sound good. Some cooks might shy away from such a sizzling case, but Angie can take the heat and stay in the kitchen.
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2nd book in Angie Amalfi mystery. Good read!
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Another good Amalfi story.
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2 in series
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Great fun, good writer, good humor. Characters building, frustrating at times, but it all works out. Angie and Paavo are fun.
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Synopsis from book cover:

After talking her way into a job on a pompous-third rated chef's radio call in show, Angie Amalfi has visions of a new career to go along with her hot, new romance with Paavo Smith, a gorgeous, San Francisco homocide detective.

When a successful and much envied restaunteur is poisoned however, Angie finds the case far more interesting than trying to make her pretentious boss sound good. Some cooks might shy away from such a sizzling case, but Angie can take the heat and stay in the kitchen.
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I didn't like this book as much as the first one in the series. I am looking forward to reading the third book.
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While cute and an easy "filler" read, just wasn't my cup of tea. A co-worker loved it though... to each his/her own. I hope you will enjoy it!
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Angie Amalfi series: Book 2

Something about Angie makes me annoyed. I just did not believe her as a heroine. Hopefully someone else will find her more entertaining.

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