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Murder by Meatloaf
Library Corner
=Here’s a whole cornucopia of cozy food mysteries with punny titles, quirky characters, tasty recipes and accidental detectives.

These are the kinds of novels that you’ll want to sink your teeth into while you have a pan of brownies baking in the oven or a pot of soup simmering on the stove. Pour a big cup of tea and curl up in your favorite chair.

“Golden Malicious” by Sheila Connolly. As if finding a dead body in the orchard isn’t enough, apple grower Meg also discovers an insect infestation and a dry forest in danger of wildfire.

“To Brie or Not to Brie” by Avery Aames. Cheese shop owner Charlotte’s new ice cream, brie blueberry, is delicious. But then it’s used as a murder weapon.

“Assaulted Pretzel” by Laura Bradford. A toy maker is murdered in a small Amish community. Where do pretzels come in? You’ll have to read to find out.

“Fonduing Fathers” by Julie A. Hyzy. When White House chef Olivia discovers some not-so-tasty morsels of information about her father’s recent death, she becomes a sleuth as well, trying to prove his innocence.

“A Deadly Grind” by Victoria Hamilton. Cookware collector Jaymie finds a great deal at an auction, but then disgruntled fellow collectors get into a fight on her back porch and leave an unidentified dead body.

“Stake and Eggs” by Laura Childs. The three women who run the Cackleberry Club café are forced to become sleuths after the town’s unpopular banker is killed in the woods behind the café.

Food plus murder: delicious!

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