Fiction

Use this page to share the fictional books you’ve read for the challenge. Fiction for this challenge is any novel in which food is a major part of the story.

Please use Mr. Linky so we know the title of the book you read and link directly to your review post (not just to your blog). Use the two lines of Mr. Linky in this manner:

First Line: Title of Book (Example: Sweet Revenge

Second Line: URL link to your review (Example: http://joyfullyretired.com/2011/03/12/book-review-sweet-revenge/

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5 Responses to Fiction

  1. Nan says:

    My first book of the year is also the first for this challenge! Latte Trouble by Cleo Coyle. Lots and lots of info about coffee. Fascinating.

  2. Uniflame says:

    I read the Kitchen Daughter which was quite a good read 🙂

  3. BJ says:

    Was on a fiction roll this month. Read 3 books all linked to Goodreads above. Read Georgia’s Kitchen by Jenny Nelson, 2 loves in one food/restaurants and a trip to Italy; Eggs in Purgatory, the first cozy mystery in the Cacklebery series by Laura Childs; and On Lavender Lane by JoAnn Ross, the third book in the Shelter Bay series, which was a bit of a stretch since it was a romance, but the main character was a chef and they were building a restaurant/cooking school on her grandmother’s lavender farm, and did talk quite a bit about sustainable foods, and organic farming, free range chickens and grass-fed beef, so I added it to this list. All of these books were pretty good. I enjoyed all three.

  4. Nan says:

    Just wrote about an interesting take on food – a mystery where there was nothing to eat for the weekend. Dead Air Can Kill You by Phil Edwards. I love his Jake Russo series.

  5. all of mine were fiction
    1. Carrots by Colleen Helme (1-16)
    2. A Cookie Before Dying by Virginia Lowell (1-30)
    3. Liver Let Die by Liz Lipperman (3-14)
    4. Blueberry Hill by Marcia Evanick (4-18)
    5. Brownies and Broomsticks by Bailey Cates (5-5)
    6. Devil’s Food Cake Murder by Joanne Fluke (5-24)
    7. Town in a Blueberry Jam by B. B. Haywood (5-25)
    8. A Deadly Chocolate Pi by Cynthia Gallant-Simpson (6-1)

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