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To Kill a Matzo Ball

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"Delia Rosen provides an entertaining deli whodunit." -- Mystery Gazette on One Foot in the Gravy Hitting below the Borscht Belt. ... Lire la suite
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"Delia Rosen provides an entertaining deli whodunit." -- Mystery Gazette on One Foot in the Gravy Hitting below the Borscht Belt. . . For ex-Manhattanite Gwen Katz, running Murray's Pastrami Swami, the Jewish deli she inherited from her late uncle in Nashville, Tennessee, makes her feel like a whitefish out of water. To add to the craziness, martial arts teacher Ken Chan has come to sample her kosher delicacies for a black belt ceremony he wants catered. But just as Chan is about to try a matzo ball, bullets shatter the deli's window and Ken Chan is killed as he pushes Gwen to safety. Was Chan the victim of a hit by a crime gang from New York's Chinatown? Was a local hate-group targeting Chan--or maybe even Gwen? With the Nashville Police--and the FBI--baffled, Gwen enlists the help of an eccentric new-age entrepreneur. But more than bad vibes are coming her way as a killer returns. . .and this time it's the deli owner who may be the outgoing order. . . "Will certainly leave the reader hungry for more." -- MysteryLibrarian.com on A Brisket A Casket "A really humorous cozy. . . Readers will thoroughly enjoy this deli tale." -- Once Upon a Romance on One Foot in the Gravy

Auteur
A native of Brooklyn, New York, Delia Rosen is the author of A Brisket, A Casket, One Foot in the Gravy, A Killer in the Rye and From Herring to Eternity. She now lives in Manhattan. She spends her time between writing and searching for the best bagels she can find. She has two identical twin Siamese cats, named Johnson & Johnson, because she can’t tell them apart.

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"Delia Rosen provides an entertaining deli whodunit." --Mystery Gazette on One Foot in the Gravy

Hitting below the Borscht Belt. . .

For ex-Manhattanite Gwen Katz, running Murray's Pastrami Swami, the Jewish deli she inherited from her late uncle in Nashville, Tennessee, makes her feel like a whitefish out of water. To add to the craziness, martial arts teacher Ken Chan has come to sample her kosher delicacies for a black belt ceremony he wants catered.

But just as Chan is about to try a matzo ball, bullets shatter the deli's window and Ken Chan is killed as he pushes Gwen to safety. Was Chan the victim of a hit by a crime gang from New York's Chinatown? Was a local hate-group targeting Chan--or maybe even Gwen? With the Nashville Police--and the FBI--baffled, Gwen enlists the help of an eccentric new-age entrepreneur.

But more than bad vibes are coming her way as a killer returns. . .and this time it's the deli owner who may be the outgoing order. . .

"Will certainly leave the reader hungry for more." --MysteryLibrarian.com on A Brisket A Casket

"A really humorous cozy. . . Readers will thoroughly enjoy this deli tale." --Once Upon a Romance on One Foot in the Gravy

Informations sur le produit

Titre: To Kill a Matzo Ball
Sous-titre: A Deadly Deli Mystery
Auteur:
Code EAN: 9780758282019
ISBN: 978-0-7582-8201-9
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Editeur: Random House N.Y.
Genre: Romans policiers, thrillers et horreur
nombre de pages: 304
Poids: 181g
Taille: H170mm x B104mm x T23mm
Année: 2014