Friday, May 23, 2014
I don’t usually do anything during Memorial Day weekend except work, and maybe steal a bit of time to read on my front porch. But I was actually invited to a barbecue this Saturday (will wonders never cease?) ... which caused me to notice that Janet Rudolph has posted a rundown of barbecue-related crime fiction in Mystery Fanfare. If you need reading matter to occupy your mind while burgers and chicken parts cook ponderously over the grill, try the deliciously titled Finger Lickin’ Dead, by Riley Adams, or perhaps Elaine Viets’ Death on a Platter, or Lucy Burdette’s Topped Chef. Come and get ’em!
Posted by J. Kingston Pierce at 9:16 AM