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Food porn can be addictive, but is it worth murder? Over 450,000 books have been sold by this two-time USA Bestselling Author. You can get all of them for free with Kindle Unlimited. When Cassie's food photographer is murdered, the police ask her husband, ex-Mafia man, Al, to help. Al's ways of solving murder don't always follow police procedurals. A cozy mystery that leaves Food porn can be addictive, but is it worth murder? Over 450,000 books have been sold by this two-time USA Bestselling Author. You can get all of them for free with Kindle Unlimited. When Cassie's food photographer is murdered, the police ask her husband, ex-Mafia man, Al, to help. Al's ways of solving murder don't always follow police procedurals. A cozy mystery that leaves you with a smile on your face! As always plenty of dogs, mouth-watering food, and recipes.


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Food porn can be addictive, but is it worth murder? Over 450,000 books have been sold by this two-time USA Bestselling Author. You can get all of them for free with Kindle Unlimited. When Cassie's food photographer is murdered, the police ask her husband, ex-Mafia man, Al, to help. Al's ways of solving murder don't always follow police procedurals. A cozy mystery that leaves Food porn can be addictive, but is it worth murder? Over 450,000 books have been sold by this two-time USA Bestselling Author. You can get all of them for free with Kindle Unlimited. When Cassie's food photographer is murdered, the police ask her husband, ex-Mafia man, Al, to help. Al's ways of solving murder don't always follow police procedurals. A cozy mystery that leaves you with a smile on your face! As always plenty of dogs, mouth-watering food, and recipes.

30 review for Murder and Food Porn

  1. 4 out of 5

    Uvi Poznansky

    In Murder and Food Porn, Dianne Harman found an amusing way to combine food, sex, and murder into the genre she excels at, cozy mystery. The story opens with the murder of highly paid food photographer Toni, whose cover for YumYum magazine features fruit that is, in fact, arranged on a naked woman’s torso for best effect. Police chief Dan Hewson asks Al, ex-mafia man, to be on the case, and Al— accompanied by the dog, Red—starts sifting through evidence. His accent is distinct, and makes him a f In Murder and Food Porn, Dianne Harman found an amusing way to combine food, sex, and murder into the genre she excels at, cozy mystery. The story opens with the murder of highly paid food photographer Toni, whose cover for YumYum magazine features fruit that is, in fact, arranged on a naked woman’s torso for best effect. Police chief Dan Hewson asks Al, ex-mafia man, to be on the case, and Al— accompanied by the dog, Red—starts sifting through evidence. His accent is distinct, and makes him a fun character. “I don’t know much about food, apart from eaten’ it.’ Can he investigate the suspects and find the real culprit before Hillary, the victim’s sister, finds herself in danger, too? The task is not easy, given the number of possible suspects. The story includes a big cast: Sophia, the woman who wants to possess Jace Carson, Toni’s adoring boyfriend. Tyler Alexander, who tries to squeeze money out of Toni. Hector the janitor, who is disappointed that Toni wouldn’t date guys like him. “Toni will pay for how she’s treated me, I’ll make sure of it.” Ethan Doyle, whose dental work has been one of many extravagant gifts from his wife, Toni’s mother, before she died. His grief is not stopping him, by any means, from lavishing his attention on other women, including Toni. Barrie Jones, who hates her boss, Toni, but fakes gratitude to her and promises, “You can count on me,” only to admit, “I’m sick of all of her stupid rules.” She wants to become a food photographer, so if Toni dies, her business would be put up for sale, taking her a step closer to her target. . The story straddles both sides of the murder, revealing the thoughts of each suspect before the event, and Al’s investigation after the event, advancing toward solving the mystery. Five stars. I received the book in exchange for an honest review.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Maria-Anne

    So far I have read everyone of the Northwest cozy Mystery series. They make an easy entertaining read, great to relax for a while. These books can be read as stand-alone but I think you enjoy them more if you have gotten more background on the characters by reading them in order. In this series Dianne Harman always introduces all the characters with motives or desire to murder the victim often even before the murder took place. Sometimes you got the feeling that in some cases it came down to who So far I have read everyone of the Northwest cozy Mystery series. They make an easy entertaining read, great to relax for a while. These books can be read as stand-alone but I think you enjoy them more if you have gotten more background on the characters by reading them in order. In this series Dianne Harman always introduces all the characters with motives or desire to murder the victim often even before the murder took place. Sometimes you got the feeling that in some cases it came down to who got to the murder victim first. Lots of clues but even with those you can be way off. Having encountered Al in the previous stories the use of the dialect didn't annoy me but seeing he was such a main character in this one it did border on a bit much certainly to people who have not read the previous books so I feel it would be an improvement if the author would find a way to tone it down a bit without losing the essence of who Al is

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ellen White

    Toni was a good food photographer, being highly in demand she could set her prices. She had a knack how to take the food layouts they wanted, and clients seemed to like her. She still got irritating phone calls from her mother’s last husband. Ethan was convinced if Toni would just give him a chance she would love him. Both Toni and Hilary called him for what he was. Never worked a day, and got lonely women to give him the life style he wanted. Now he is desperate for money. Toni has an assistant Toni was a good food photographer, being highly in demand she could set her prices. She had a knack how to take the food layouts they wanted, and clients seemed to like her. She still got irritating phone calls from her mother’s last husband. Ethan was convinced if Toni would just give him a chance she would love him. Both Toni and Hilary called him for what he was. Never worked a day, and got lonely women to give him the life style he wanted. Now he is desperate for money. Toni has an assistant that isn’t happy, and making mistakes that Toni doesn’t like. Who killed her, and why. The chief of police ask ex mafia Al to look into having Hillary hire him, so they would get the killer and closer. For me his accent, and his role was too much in the story. Otherwise another good mystery by the author.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Michele

    Oh-you just have to love the ex Mafia guy-Al DeDuca. He is certainly a character unto himself. He has been helping a friend out with his private detective work--yup--since he fell in love--and got married--even the police ask for his help. And Al knows how to get the job done--without any of the red tape!! His love for dogs proves just what a real softie he is inside! Of course some of his methods----- Can an ex Mafia guy make you love him and have you laughing--this one certainly can! The foods t Oh-you just have to love the ex Mafia guy-Al DeDuca. He is certainly a character unto himself. He has been helping a friend out with his private detective work--yup--since he fell in love--and got married--even the police ask for his help. And Al knows how to get the job done--without any of the red tape!! His love for dogs proves just what a real softie he is inside! Of course some of his methods----- Can an ex Mafia guy make you love him and have you laughing--this one certainly can! The foods that are described in this book sound delicious--some of the recipes are at the end! Murder and Food Porn

  5. 4 out of 5

    Vicky

    I LOVe the character Al De Dico. I liked him the instant he was introduced. This book features Al and his wife Cassie and their dog, Red. Red actually had a big role in this book! A friend of Cassie’s is murdered and Al and his two coworkers help solve the murder. There are many suspects and Al with help is able to find the killer. The book is delightful, easy reading, and there’s suspense at almost the end with Red helping out. The book ends with an addition of a pup named Spike and a lead int I LOVe the character Al De Dico. I liked him the instant he was introduced. This book features Al and his wife Cassie and their dog, Red. Red actually had a big role in this book! A friend of Cassie’s is murdered and Al and his two coworkers help solve the murder. There are many suspects and Al with help is able to find the killer. The book is delightful, easy reading, and there’s suspense at almost the end with Red helping out. The book ends with an addition of a pup named Spike and a lead into the next possible book which will include their friends , Jake and Deedee taking place in Al’s place in the Cayman Islands. Can’t wait!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Genevieve Bomes

    I really like this book. The characters are great I love , ex-Mafia man, Al, and the fact that he is suppose to be this tough mafia man but more than once Cassie his wife has to tell him not to cry or he will do something really sappy for his wife which I just love. The story line was good and fast moving with a lot of suspects that might have killed the victim. The only complaint is one I have seen in other reviews we started off this series with one main character Dee Dee and now they are not I really like this book. The characters are great I love , ex-Mafia man, Al, and the fact that he is suppose to be this tough mafia man but more than once Cassie his wife has to tell him not to cry or he will do something really sappy for his wife which I just love. The story line was good and fast moving with a lot of suspects that might have killed the victim. The only complaint is one I have seen in other reviews we started off this series with one main character Dee Dee and now they are not even in the series and the series has changed into new people. I think the series should have changed names when they changed people.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Nancy Silk

    "Great Characters And Story Line" Here's another cozy mystery which will make you smile. There are lots of dogs, scrumptious food, and recipes. Oh,did I mention murder? Well, yes. Cassie's food photographer is killed while her ex-mafia husband, Al, steps forward to help. Al follows no laws, he has his own way of finding the murderer. Cripes, I loved this story! You'll love it, too, especially some recipes. Highly recommend.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Suzanne Pixley

    Murder and Food Porn Another fast mystery read from Diane Harman. Same usual plot. Describe the actual murder or find the body, introduce the possible murderers and then play detective and eliminate the suspects one by one. I love the Seattle/Bainbridge Island setting and specific to this book, a peek into food multimedia. Some great recipes tucked into back of book. To the proofreaders, you've missed a few.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl

    This is the 8th in the series. The main characters are Al and his wife Cassie. Al is running the PI business for Jack while Jack and his wife go back east. The couple is expecting company for dinner when Cassie gets a call that the main person coming has been found dead. Al gets there before the police and he gets permission to help the sister find out who did this and with the OK from the police he sets out to find out who did this. Can he figure it out before it too late ?

  10. 5 out of 5

    sheila diulio

    Waste of time Unless the people in the northwest have started talking like they came from New Jersey this author has a strange handle on dialects At first it was just annoying, then the plot got sillier and sillier as possible guilty parties were thrown around like Pinata trinkets. Sorry I wasted my time, and even worse, I paid for it.

  11. 4 out of 5

    diana romano

    A Northwest cozy Mystery series book 8 This is another winner. I love all her characters and different series she writes. I have read all her mysteries and highly recommend all her books to everyone who love cozy mysteries. Also the recipes she has at the end of her books sound really yummy. Diana Romano

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

    I don't understand why a series that starts out with one main character for several books (this is the 8th) can switch main characters. I was reading a series about a caterer named Dee Dee and her sister. Now I'm reading about her friend and the friend's husband. All in all a decent book but it should not be included in the series.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Lee

    What a twisted little story this is. Ms Harman has the imagination and the ability to write a great story. I might not have thought too much of it except it happened to me too. Love the addition of another dog!! And the next book is supposed to take place in the Caribbean!! I can’t wait to leave it!!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Carolann Hiller

    Another great read I particularly love the Norhwest series. It's special to be familiar with Seattle and Bainbridge island. Outstanding characters that seem like old friends now. Read all these books.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Marcia-Lee Finocchio

    What can one say, another fantastic story in this series by Dianne Harman. A friend of Al and Cassie is murdered, Al is hired to find the murderer and the storyline begins! Great reading as always. Love Dianne writing!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Reader43

    Another great cozy mystery Love this author, she writes interesting stories about different places and venues. Live the food angle in this one. I look forward to reading the next book in this series. I jave jer books on my must read list.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Mary Byrnes

    Good story Another good story. Love the characters but I still miss DeeDee and Jake. This was a good mystery although again I figured out who the murderer was. Looking to the next adventure.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Marcia Corsiglia

    Great Recipes included with this great read only added to the delight in reading this book - totally enjoyable - in fact I read straight thru - looking forward to next book in series!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Judy Roberts

    Another great read The book begins intensely and builds to quote the conclusion. Loved the characters along with Red, the dog detective. Engrossing reading, took my Kindle everywhere to keep reading!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Joan Mills

    Written in cozy mystery format, story unfolds as photography CEO is murdered in her home. Suspects range from disgruntled employee to boyfriend’s ex. The plot is straightforward, and linear. Characters are realistic and consistent. An enjoyable cozy mystery.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Patricia White

    Fantastic series I’m liking this series. Al and his team are doing a great job solving these crimes. Cassie is always there in the motherly role I’d need be to lend a helping hand. And Red is always on guard dog duty! The book is well balanced. And the recipes are good.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Linda Collister

    Too many suspects Who killed Toni and why? Follow Al the lovable ex mobster and his dog Red as they help Hillary, Toni’s sister, and the police solve the crime. You won’t be able to put the book down until you finish it.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Betty Torma

    Good read Well written just had a problem with one character's depiction of speech. It seemed to be too much. Otherwise, interesting book. Liked the location.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Munson

    A great murder mystery with lots of potential murders There are a lot of options of people who could be the murderer. A cute marriage romance between Al and Callie

  25. 4 out of 5

    Linda Kay Orpet

    Always enjoyable The heart of gold hit man, Al DeDuca! He and Cassie make a sweet pair. I like that the suspects are introduced in their own " profile" chapter. Fun who-done-its.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Linda B Daniel

    Dialogue debacle Plot was not that strong, to many who dunit characters but the worse part was dealing with the Mafia type dialogue. Not what I want to read.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Lynn K Mooney

    Sad and happy at the same time A great read that leaves you with a warm and fuzzy feeling. I'm looking f or more to come in the near future.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Dena Luce

    Fun story and I love her characters.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Karin

    Ima tellin ya that this was a real dizzy read. Well, maybe not exactly dizzy, but I did enjoy the story and recommend the book.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jane Swankler

    Love this series!

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