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Great Escapes Virtual Book Tours–Pinot Red Or Dead


I’m so excited to be a stop on the blog tour for author J.C. Eaton, and their new release of Pinot Red or Dead.  It is the third book in their Wine Trail Mystery series.

Pinot Red or Dead? (The Wine Trail Mysteries)
Cozy Mystery
3rd in Series
Lyrical Underground (March 26, 2019)
Paperback: 206 pages
ISBN-10: 1516108035
ISBN-13: 978-1516108039
Digital ASIN: B07F5XDH41

Purchase Links
Amazon    B&N    Kobo   Google Play IndieBound

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There’s a lot of noir surrounding this rare pinot.

As the vineyards in Seneca Lake, New York, prepare for the seasonal “Deck the Halls Around the Lake” festivities, someone is determined to keep pinot noir off the wine list. Hijacked trucks and sabotaged ingredients have made it a hard-to-acquire vintage for the six local wineries—including Norrie Ellington’s Two Witches Winery.

The case of the stolen and spoiled wines gets stranger when Arnold…

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Book Review * The Hidden Corpse

Lisa s Everyday Life

Welcome to Thursday Cozy Mystery and a recipe inspired by the book :

My recipe is a layered Chocolate cake . Did you know that chocolate cake is the Number #2 recipe downloaded ? Read the book and give my recipe a try …….. Lisa

Former reality TV baking show contestant and recent divorcée Hope Early is trying to find her recipe for success as a food blogger—but murder keeps getting in the mix . . .

When Hope’s elderly neighbor perishes in a home fire, she can’t help but feel somewhat responsible. Only the day before, Peggy Olson had called her over, having burned a pot on the stove while she was sleeping and filling the house with smoke. In fact, she couldn’t even remember cooking. Clearly, it was dangerous for the woman to live alone.

But it turns out she wasn’t alone. When a second body is discovered…

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Review of One Potato, Two Potato, Dead



Angie Turner’s restaurant, The County Seat, is conveniently located near a first-class farmers market—so her menu is full of fresh ingredients. But a visiting culinary professor has just had a taste of something very unhealthy . . .

Angie first meets Daniel Monet at a local mission, where she and her chef-in-training, Hope, are serving barbeque chicken poutine to the homeless. Monet is one of Hope’s teachers—but Angie’s boyfriend knows him from his youthful days in England, and he went by a different name back then. After Sheriff Brown shows up the next morning to report that the pseudo-French gourmet has been dead on top of a pool table, the victim of poisoned wine, it seems his real name might not have been the only secret he was hiding. The bon vivant is no longer vivant, and with Hope’s prints on the glass, it’ll be Angie who has to…

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Murder in an Irish Pub (Irish Village Mystery #4) by Carlene O’Connor

Carla Loves To Read

This is my second book for Reading Ireland. Carlene O’Connor is an Irish author whose book takes place in an Irish Village of her own creation, Kilbane, County Cork.

Murder in an Irish Pub (Irish Village Mystery #4)4 Stars:

Published February 26th 2019 by Kensington

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The third book of the Farm to Fork series finds Angie and her restaurant staff helping to serve a meal at the River Vista mission. There, Annie and Hope, her trainer meet Daniel Monet, a visiting culinary instructor who is later found dead. Ian thought he recognized him under another name and leaves for England without telling Angie that he is going. Hope's fingerprints are found at the MURDER scene and she becomes a person of interest in the Monet's death. Sheriff Brown refuses to the Angie any information on his nephew, Ian and invited Angie to Sunday dinner at his home. The goat, and then that Angie adopted are still around and St. Bernard, Dom had almost reached his height and can reach items on the cabinets. Felicity new boyfriend is running a homeless shelter in the area and expects her to be his assistant at all time…

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Regency Trivia – 1830’s Sleeves

Ella Quinn ~ Author

It is absolutely amazing how much fabric goes into these sleeves. Also note that they are worn with puffers.
1830s puffers

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Hand Me A Spoon By Carlene O’Connor

“I’m the fastest spoon player in the world.” That’s the first thing Johnny “Bongos” Horgan said to me when we connected by phone. A Mallow man, (County Cork, Ireland) he’s been playing the spoons since he was a child. His... Continue Reading →




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