Murder Follows Money (Liz Sullivan, #6)
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Murder Follows Money (Liz Sullivan #6)

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The grandmotherly disposition that food celebrity Hannah Couch dishes out in her bestselling books and on her TV shows is totally missing when Liz Sullivan joins Hannah's San Francisco publicity tour as media escort. In private the lady is unpredictable and cruel, and so is her chief assistant, tight-lipped Naomi. Yet a mysterious missive among Hanna...more
Mass Market Paperback, 240 pages
Published May 2nd 2000 by Fawcett (first published May 1st 2000)
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From the beginning I pictured Paula Dean as the food celebrity in this story. Watching Paula Dean, and reading about the celebrity home cook in this book... well, they don't call 'em Steel Magnolias for nuthin'. Liz Sullivan, though, is another piece of work entirely, and I liked her very much. This is the first book I've read in the Liz Sullivan series, so I'm not totally familiar with her back story; just what was revealed in this book. As the central character in the series, I thought she was...more
Themes: cozy mystery, cooking, TV shows
Setting: modern San Francisco

Liz Sullivan picks up a temp job as a celebrity liaison to a cooking show maven, Hannah Couch. As anyone could have predicted, Hannah is nothing like she is on TV, demanding and unpredictable. But her assistant/partner is even worse. Liz almost walks out on the job, but against her better instinct, she agrees to stay. The next day, one of the women is dead, and Liz is caught in the middle, kidnapped and taken hostage. Sort of.

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Aka Lora Roberts Smith, Lora R. Smith.

Lora Roberts was born and raised in Missouri, She's lived for twenty years in Palo Alto, California, where her two mystery series featuring homemaker/writer Bridget Montrose and vagabond Liz Sullivan take place. After doing newspaper work, public relations work, technical editing, and romances, She really enjoys writing mysteries.
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