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Review of One Potato, Two Potato, Dead

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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

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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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#ONE POTATO, TWO POTATO, DEAD by Lynn Cahoon

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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
 
#RegencyTrivia#Regency#ReadaRegency#HistoricalRomance

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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 →

#WWW WEDNESDAYS MARCH 13, 2019

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Today is Wednesday and it time to share the week’s Reading. What are you reading? Comment to share. Thanks!

The 3 WWWS are

WHAT AM I READING?



WHAT I FINISHED READING?


WHAT WILL I READ NEXT?


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Idaho girl in a potato world by Lynn Cahoon

  I’m from Idaho so it’s a law that I’m a potato enthusiast. Seriously. As a kid, my first grade field trip was not to the zoo in the next town, but to the potato chip factory down the street.... Continue Reading →

One Potato,Two Potato, Dead by Lynn Cahoon (A Farm-to-Fork Mystery)

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One Potato, Two Potato, Dead (Farm-to-Fork Mystery #3)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 . . .

The County Seat is Angie and her BFF, Felicity’s farm to table restaurant. In the town of River Vista, Idaho. Using locally sourced ingredients their twists on recipes will have you wishing you were there.

Angie and boyfriend, Ian, have agreed to help cook and serve at a local mission, along with Hope, her chef-in-training they are giving the homeless a good home cooked meal. This is where Angie meets Daniel Monet. Daniel is also one of Hope’s professors and in a weird twist he is also someone Ian knew from England only not by the name is using now.

But when he turns up dead, by poisoning from a wine glass…

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