Book Reviews of Murder a La Carte (Clyde Colby)

Murder a La Carte (Clyde Colby)
Murder a La Carte - Clyde Colby
Author: Prudy Taylor Board
ISBN-13: 9780373265732
ISBN-10: 0373265735
Publication Date: 2006
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 2.7/5 Stars.
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2.7 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: Worldwide Mystery
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
The story was slow through most of the book until chapter 17 when the story started to get more interesting and the plot finally formed, then it got really interesting. I didn't care for the recipes located in the back of the book...too fattening! This book was a good quick read.
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Helpful Score: 2
First in a new series - murder with recipes! A quick, fun read with some likable characters. Recommended.
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This book was nothing more than modern day Jewish propaganda. All the evil characters were blond & blue-eyed and we are supposed to believe that these blond people have the ability to keep Jews out of their community. Pathetic, hate literature that should NEVER have been published!
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Clyde Colby,is shooting on location at the lush Far Horizons beach resort. She is filming a cooking show, but things are not what they seem, and all the "sharks" are not in the water. Good book.
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The Last Resort

Shooting on location at the lush Far Horizons beach resort on Rattlesnake Key, Clyde Colby, host of Miami's hit cooking show Gourmet Galley, discovers getting out of the kitchen is too hot to handle. Never mind the sumptuous dishes prepared by guest chef Henri Doucette, or any number of glamorous guests, it's the dead CEO that greets her upon arrival that nearly kills her appetite. Several more "accidents" push Clyde's investigative instincts into overdrive. The involvement of certain locals in the hotel's interests is strange, as is the behavior of the owner himself. Clyde knows Chef Coucette's cuisine is to die for, but between mouthfuls of conch fritters and key lime pie, she discovers the real crime is far from good taste, smothered in the dark truths of a conspiracy steeped in money, murder and the kind of sharks that aren't served with dilled hollandaise.

"This book is a nonstop fun ride through mayhem, delectable menu items and some delightfully quirky romance neatly mixed together in a deliciously malicious treat. Don't miss it. Don't even be late."
--Stuart M. Kaminsky