On Binge Reading this week Kiwi-based mystery author Fiona Leitch and her Nosey Parker Cornish Murder mystery series, A Recipe For Murder.
Hi there, I’m your host Jenny Wheeler, and in Binge Reading this week Fiona talks about her police officer sleuth who switches careers from metropolitan London and retreats to a small English village to reinvent herself as a chef – but she can’t seem to avoid solving crime.
In this latest addition to the series, Jodie is persuaded to enter a Great Bake Off show, and murder interferes with the TV schedule.
We’ve got our usual giveaway mystery reads, and I have my Book #5 Unbridled Vengeance in there.
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Links to this episode:
Jane Harper: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/27824826-the-dry
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What we discuss on the show
The new format covers which are proving very popular
The Christmas book – Book Four – sold especially well
The Cornish mysteries summed up0: Cornwall, cooking, handsome detectives, and a Pomeranian named Germaine. I’m sure all the dog lovers are going to love that.
An introduction to Jodie and her world.
Food an important component in the story – every book has a recipe
The Bella Tyson series, which is about “the misadventures of 40-something award-winning crime writer, Bella Tyson”.
Children in books and being a MUM
Importance of humor
What Fiona is reading: Jane Harper, (The Dry)
What she’d change if she could
The advice she gives young writers
If you like Fiona you might also like
Lorrie Holmgren’s Emily Swift cozy travel mysteries set in the English heartland
Next Week on Binge Reading
Whitney Scharer’s highly praised story of adventurer, Vogue model and photographer Lee Miller’s amazing life.
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