Butter Off DeadPaperback - 2015
As the national bestselling Food Lovers' Village Mysteries continue, the merchants of Jewel Bay, Montana, try to heat up chilly winter business with a new film festival. But their plans are sent reeling when a dangerous killer dims the lights on a local vendor . . . In an attempt to woo tourists to Jewel Bay and cheer up the townies, Erin Murphy, manager of the specialty local foods market known as the Merc, is organizing the First Annual Food Lovers' Film Festival, filled with classic foodie flicks and local twists on favorite movie treats. But when her partner in planning, painter Christine Vandeberg, is found dead only days before the curtain rises, Erin suspects someone is attempting to stop the films from rolling. To make matters worse, Nick - Erin's brother and Christine's beau - has top billing on the suspect list. Convinced her brother is innocent and determined that the show must go on, Erin has to find who's really to blame before Nick gets arrested or the festival gets shut down. But the closer she gets to the killer, the more likely it becomes that she'll be the next person cut from the program . . . Includes delicious recipes! Praise for the Food Lovers' Village mysteries 'An intriguing sleuth who loves gourmet food, family, and her hometown, plus recipes to die for distinguish a delectable mystery.' Carolyn Hart, New York Times bestselling author of Don't Go Home 'Clever, charming, and completely yummy. Leslie Budewitz cooks up a delectable mystery!' Hank Phillippi Ryan, award-winning author of The Wrong Girl 'Small-town charm and big-time chills. Jewel Bay, Montana, is a food lover's paradise.' Laura Childs, New York Times bestselling author 'Seamless and satisfying.' Sheila Connolly, New York Times bestselling author 'A delicious new series . . . Charming.' Sofie Kelly, New York Times bestselling author 'Engrossing and satisfying.' Fresh Fiction
Publisher: New York : Berkley, 2015.
Edition: Berkley Prime Crime mass-market edition.
Branch Call Number: X
Characteristics: xvi, 286 pages ; 18 cm