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People in Glass Houses (Culinary Mysteries)

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While congressional candidate Chip Gunn sweet-talks power brokers at his Houston fund-raiser, all hell breaks loose for catering chef Neil Marshall. In the kitchen, Gunn's guard is stabbed, and Neil's assistant is found gripping a bloody knife, swearing she never used it.

But when the victim vanishes, Neil and his friends become ensnared in a lethal myst
Mass Market Paperback, 230 pages
Published August 30th 1997 by Fawcett
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Valerie Andrews
Tim Hemlin combines crime and cooking in a way that most writers of cooking mysteries don't or can't. His books are gritty, dark and sometimes hardcore. The characters are often unlikable and messy, like a bad recipe. Not that there aren't light moments; you find yourself smiling at least once a chapter at some snarky remark, outright dumb move or in-depth but entertaining description of how a dish is prepared.

Neil Marshall – chef, budding writer, student, sometimes investigator – often blurs th
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So when I was given this book to read, I did not realize that it was the third in a series of which I had not read the first two. That being said, I knew there was a back story, but it didn't really affect me being able to read this one. The book was good, very well written. I am used to a murder mystery book having a detective as the protagonist. It was weird at first to have a chef-poet acting as the crime-solver, but I liked it in the end. The main character Neil Marshall is generally an easy ...more
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I'm a marathoner, teacher, and have my master's degree in counseling, but it's my passion for the environment that sparked me to write The Wastelanders, a dystopian-clifi published in both e-book and paperback by Reputation Books. I'm represented by Kimberley Cameron of Kimberley Cameron & Associates Literary Agency.

Recently the Muse has kindly allowed me to tap into that creative magic and p
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