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  • Grossman, Jo, and Robert Weibezahl, editors,
    A Taste of Murder: Diabolically Delicious Recipes from Contemporary Mystery Writers
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    A Second Helping of Murder: More Diabolically Delicious Recipes from Contemporary Mystery Writers...Buy this book
    Poisoned Pen Press, 2003.
    Attention chefs! Ever get the hankering to whip up something yummy but simple like "Kinsey Millhone's Famous Peanut Butter And Pickle Sandwich"? Or maybe you'd like to boil water the Susan Silverman way? There are plenty of recipes in these two light-hearted (but frequently artery-clogging) volumes, with recipes and commentary from everyone from Edgar Allan Poe, Raymond Chandler and Agatha Christie right up to today's top writers, including Tony Hillerman, George Pelecanos, Anne Perry and Lillian Jackson Braun (or their characters). Highlights include Liza Cody's "Bacon Buttie,' Donald E. Westlake's "May's Mother's Tuna Casserole," Richard North Patterson's Sea Bass in Orange Sauce and Harlan Coben's "Myron's Potato Latkes." My only gripe is that Hannibal Lechter's recipes for "Shepherd's Pie and Baked Alaskan" have not been included. Probably some complaint from some fussy, overzealous PC types about the ingredients or something...
  • Olson, Brian & Bonnie,
    Tailing Philip Marlowe
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    This handy-dandy trade paperback features three single-day-tours of Los Angeles, with b&w photo illustrations and color maps, visiting over forty locations referred to by Raymond Chandler in his novels: Marlowe's Hollywood, Marlowe's Downtown, and Marlowe's Drive Santa, are you listening?

List compiled by Kevin Burton Smith. Additions and suggestions welcome.

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