Book Reviews of The Sourdough Wars (Rebecca Schwartz, Bk 2)

The Sourdough Wars (Rebecca Schwartz, Bk 2)
The Sourdough Wars - Rebecca Schwartz, Bk 2
Author: Julie Smith
ISBN-13: 9780804109291
ISBN-10: 080410929X
Publication Date: 10/1/1992
Pages: 163
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 29 ratings
Publisher: Fawcett
Book Type: Paperback
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Julie Smith's second in her series of mysteries featuring Rebecca Schwartz, a San Francisco based lawyer who find herself unexpectedly in the detective business. A delicious read, especially for bread lovers and those familiar with this City by the Bay.
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Fun read especially if you have lived in the SF Bay area.
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Good read. Cute departure from regular culinary mysteries.
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thanks to front page coverage in the sf chronicle, everyone knows about the upcoming auction for the martinelli familys renowned sourdough starter. no one anticipates the outcome when the owner is murdered
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Thanks to front page coverage in the San Francisco Chronicle, everyone knows about the upcoming auction of the Martinelli family's renowned sourdough starter. No one anticpates the outcome: the auction will never take place, because handsome Peter Martinelli, owner of the recipe is brutally murdered. No more did attorney Rebecca Schwartz expect to find herself engaged in a hair raising variety of unlawful and dangerous deeds, inspired by her reckless determination to find out whether Peter really died for a handful of dough. The more she sifts through the tangled relationships of the city's bread-making dynasties, the more Rebecca is certain that this is no simple affair. Love, hate, revenge and pride are all ingredients in a dazzling mystery that only Julie Smith could have written - a puzzle that challenges the heart as much as it does the mind.