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Other Books in Series
This is book number 5 in the Sally Solari Mystery series.
- #1: Dying for a Taste: A Sally Solari Mystery (Hardcover): $25.99
- #2: A Measure of Murder: A Sally Solari Mystery (Hardcover): $25.99
- #3: Death al Fresco: A Sally Solari Mystery (Hardcover): $26.99
- #4: Murder from Scratch: A Sally Solari Mystery (Hardcover): for information about purchasing this book, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- #6: A Sense for Murder (Sally Solari Mystery #6) (Hardcover): $29.99
Restaurateur Sally Solari has a nose for trouble, but when her sense of smell goes missing, it's not just her career on the line . . . it's her life.Restaurateur Sally Solari is a champion, both in the kitchen and on the case, but after getting mixed up in one too many murders, she's noticed her nonna's friends have now taken to crossing themselves when they see her in the street. Adding to her woes, a sinus infection has knocked out her sense of smell, making cooking on the hot line difficult, indeed. Nevertheless, Sally is determined to stay out of trouble and focus on her work. But then her old acquaintance Neil Lerici is murdered at the annual Santa Cruz Artichoke Cook-Off, and her powers of investigation are called into action once more. Could Neil have been killed by the local restaurant owner who took his winning spot at the competition? Or maybe by one of his siblings, who were desperate to sell the family farm to a real estate developer? Sally plunges headfirst into the case, risking alienating everyone she knows - including the dapper Detective Vargas, who finds her sleuthing both infuriating and endearing. And soon it's not only her restaurant and tentative new relationship that are on the line - it's her life . . . The Fragrance of Death is a non-stop fun cozy mystery that will keep your mind buzzing and your mouth watering, and contains a selection of delicious recipes to cook at home.
About the Author
Leslie Karst waited tables and sang in a band before deciding she was ready for a 'real' job and ending up at Stanford Law School. It was during her career as an attorney she rediscovered her youthful passion for food and cooking, and she once more returned to school - this time to earn a degree in culinary arts. Now retired from the law, Leslie and her wife and their Jack Russell mix split their time between Santa Cruz and Hilo, Hawai'i.