Red Hot Murder

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Red Hot Murder

Red Hot Murder Dilettante chef Angie Amalfi doubts if she ll actually survive her engagement to San Francisco homicide detective Paavo Smith what with her meddling mom micromanaging the whole affair So Angie leaps

  • Title: Red Hot Murder
  • Author: Joanne Pence
  • ISBN: 9780060758059
  • Page: 359
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dilettante chef Angie Amalfi doubts if she ll actually survive her engagement to San Francisco homicide detective Paavo Smith, what with her meddling mom micromanaging the whole affair So Angie leaps at the chance to spend some time away with her fiance in the sun drenched Arizona desert town where he d spent time as a boy and maybe explore the possibility of a SouthwesteDilettante chef Angie Amalfi doubts if she ll actually survive her engagement to San Francisco homicide detective Paavo Smith, what with her meddling mom micromanaging the whole affair So Angie leaps at the chance to spend some time away with her fiance in the sun drenched Arizona desert town where he d spent time as a boy and maybe explore the possibility of a Southwestern themed wedding feast.But her groom to be is going back there to help a friend investigate the murder of a wealthy local and it seems this tiny desert community is a hotbed of deadly secrets And when a second course of murder is served up, suddenly Angie s tasty getaway with her lover is starting to look and like her final meal.

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    1. Linda on said:

      I don't know if it's because it's been a while since I've read one of these book but this one was really good. Angie and Paavo are on vacation in Jackpot, AZ and become involved in some murders. The mystery was done very well and I was just as shocked as Angie as to the culprit. Great ending too - in the vane of the old west.

    2. Meg on said:

      I've been reading the Angie Amalfi series this summer simply because they're quick and easy reads, even if they aren't all that great – especially because Angie is incredibly annoying. However, this book was surprisingly great!Angie and Paavo are headed to Jackpot, Arizona to help some of Paavo's friends from his childhood find answers to a mysterious death. When they arrive, the mystery only continues to deepen. Angie was hoping to find the perfect destination wedding location in Jackpot, but [...]

    3. Barbara on said:

      Well, at least Angie was a bit less self-absorbed than she has been in some of the previous books. She the spoiled, youngest daughter of Italian immigrant that are an American success story and are very well off. She doesn't think she's spoiled (of course); but she is. While I admire her striving and continual tenacity to find a career for herself; but frankly, she is her own worst enemy. In one book, she was totally consumed by the details of her engagement party - not her wedding - her engagem [...]

    4. Betty on said:

      Another delightful Angie Amalfi adventure. Angie is her delightful self as Paarvo and she head to a guest ranch in Arizona. While there Paarvo investigates the murders of old friends. Angie learns about recipe book by the chef from Walton Hotel in New York City that was lost in the area. Angie spend her time looking for the book and turning down meals from a self appointed "great" cook.

    5. Cyndee on said:

      I liked this book, and I've read one other in the 'Angie Amalfi' series. Because I don't particularly feel any affinity for the main character, these are not among my favorite mysteries. This one, however, had a good story.

    6. Moondance on said:

      I don't usually read books out of order, but I needed this book for a challenge. It was not difficult to fall into the story and sorta catch up with the characters. Fairly good storyline and believeable characters.

    7. Ladiibbug on said:

      I quit reading by page 50 an ok read, but not really grabbing me.

    8. Deb Coon on said:

      meh. Didn't really love the characters. Perhaps if I had read in order. Not likely to read another

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