Out Of The Dying Pan
"Revenge is set to sizzle in the tasty new Deep Fried Mystery from the author ofa Fillet of Murder. a For Talia Marby, the sweet smell of success is a lot like the pungent aroma of fried fish and vinegar. Her new business, Fry Me a Sliver, is rapidly expanding beyond fish and chips to become one of the best eateries in the Berkshires. But the nasty owner of a neighboring boutique is making a stink, baiting Talia in a very public fight at a community center fundraiser and nursing an inexplicable grudge. a When the boutique owner is found strangled with Talia's scarf knotted around her neck, our favorite fish fryer finds herself in hot oil. Needing to clear her name, and fast, Talia's investigation soon yields some shocking surprises as well as a sizzling suspicion- someone had good reason to want the victim dead-and it's frying Talia's nerves . . .a Praise fora Fillet of Murder 'Quirky characters, a darling small-town New England setting, and a plucky heroine. I thoroughly enjoyed this puzzler of a mystery. Reilly cooks up a perfect recipe of murder and mayhem in this charming cozy.' Jenn McKinlay,a New York Times abestselling author ofa Copy Cap Murder a 'You had me at deep-fried haddock and malt vinegar. This is a terrific book-smart, sassy, and a little bit scary. Everything a good cozy should be!' Laura Childs,a New a York Timesa bestselling author ofa Devonshire Scream "