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I am halfway through the autobiography of Agatha Christie, which I am finding very entertaining and interesting. I admire her crime writing enormously, and find it fascinating what a fun and 'unambitious' child and young woman she was. She loved to play and to sing, and had quite some difficulty...[read on]About Recipes for Love and Murder, from the publisher:
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She’s fifty-something, short and soft (perhaps a bit too soft in the wrong places) with brown curls and untidy Afrikaans.
She is also the agony aunt for the local paper, the Klein Karoo Gazette. Her life takes a sinister turn when a woman who wrote her a letter is murdered, and she becomes entangled in the investigation … to the intense irritation of the handsome detective with a chestnut moustache.
But what else will this amateur detective uncover in a small town marinated in secrets?
Warm, poignant and entertaining, Sally Andrew’s delightful heroine blends together intrigue, romance and cooking in this irresistible new mystery, complete with a few mouth-watering recipes.
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