A sports writing job would have been the perfect catch for Jordan McAllister, but in Ranchero, Texas, all she could reel in was the food column. Though she may not know her way around a kitchen, she has no trouble finding herself in a kettle of fish…
Tempted by the offer of a free Caribbean cruise, Jordan accepts a spot as a judge in a week-long big-time cooking competition aboard the Carnation Queen. She just better hope no one finds out that her famous palate is far from refined.
But there are bigger fish to fry when arrogant chef Stefano Mancini falls face first into his signature halibut dish during the first event. While evidence suggests that the handsome Italian chef’s death was an accident, Jordan thinks otherwise. But she’ll have to keep her wits about her—and the sea sickness pills handy—if she’s going to solve this one…
Thanks to the publisher, I have one (1) copy of Murder for the Halibut to give away.
Giveaway open to residents of the US only.
Giveaway ends on February 2nd
Winner will have 48 hours, from the time of notification to confirm their win or another winner will be chosen.
Ms. Lipperman grew up with a lot of love and laughter, number eight of nine children. She spent many yearsworking as a registered nurse saving lives before she gave in to her life-long passion of finding ways to kill people and write about it. So, don't make her mad, or you may find yourself in one on f her books….without a pulse.
Born and raised in Ohio, she's lived in many places, including Saudi Arabia and Taiwan before finally settling down in a small suburb north of Dallas. When she's not writing, Liz enjoys all sports especially the NFL, traveling, spending time with her family and friends, and spoiling her four grandchildren.
Clueless Cook Mysteries
Chicken Caccia-Killer (Fall 2013)
Enchi-Lada Bodies (June 2014)
as Lizbeth Lipperman
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Jail House Crock (May 2014)