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Preparing calorie-conscious meals for the dieters of Woodstone, Connecticut, Gigi Fitzgerald knows a cheater when she sees one. And when murder is on the menu, she's ready to get the skinny on whodunit...

Business is looking up for Gigi's Gourmet De-Lite, thanks to her newest client, restaurant reviewer Martha Bernhardt. Martha has the clout to put Gigi's personal meal plans on everyone's lips. But instead of dropping a few pounds, Martha drops dead from a severe peanut allergy...right after eating one of Gigi's signature dishes.

When the distractingly debonair Detective Mertz identifies traces of peanut oil in Martha's last meal, Gigi suddenly finds her diet catering business on the chopping block. Now she'll have to track down who tampered with her recipe before her own goose is cooked.

Includes delicious--and healthy--recipes!

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    Paint by numbers

    This book has it all: the talented but insecure heroine fleeing a failed relationship / job in the big city for a new life in a quaint village. She's drawn into a murder through no fault of her own but of course the small town cops are too dumb to figure out what's really going on. Heroine and the usual cast of quirky secondary characters help her investigate and of course call those same bumbling cops just in time to save her from the murderer. As routine as it gets with so little character development (other than the stereotypical emotional Italians and stodgy non-Italians) that the characters are literally just names on the page. All that said I give it 2 stars rather than 1 because the author does hit every cute-cosy convention as per expectations. If you want a standard cosy that won't challenge any expectations whatsoever and that you'll have figured out chapters before the police or the lead character then you'll enjoy this book.

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    Allergic to Death

    Book 1, gourmet de-lite mystery, good read

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