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The Malice Domestic anthology series returns with a new take on mysteries in the Agatha Christie tradition -- 36 original tales with a culinary bent! Included are: A Cup of Tea, by Parnell Hall Brown Recluse, by Marcia Adair A Slice of Heaven, by Laura Brennan The Extra Ingredient, by Joan Long A Death in Yelapa, by Leslie Budewitz The Pie Sisters, by Richard Cass Too Many The Malice Domestic anthology series returns with a new take on mysteries in the Agatha Christie tradition -- 36 original tales with a culinary bent! Included are: A Cup of Tea, by Parnell Hall Brown Recluse, by Marcia Adair A Slice of Heaven, by Laura Brennan The Extra Ingredient, by Joan Long A Death in Yelapa, by Leslie Budewitz The Pie Sisters, by Richard Cass Too Many Cooks Almost Spoil the Murder, by Lynne Ewing Pig Lickin' Good, by Debra H. Goldstein Quiche Alain, by Marni Graff Diet of Death, by Ang Pompano Death at the Willard Hotel, by Verena Rose Dining Out, by Rosemary McCracken Snowbirding, by Kristin Kisska Up Day Down Day Deadly Day, by Ellen Larson The Secret Blend, by Stacy Woodson First of the Year, by Gabriel Valjan Sticky Fingers, by LD Masterson The Cremains of the Day, by Josh Pachter Honor Thy Father, by Harriette Sackler Killer Chocolate Chips, by Ruth McCarty Sushi Lessons, by Edith Maxwell The Missing Ingredient for Murderous Intent, by Elizabeth Perona It's Canning Season, by Adele Polomski The Gourmand, by Nancy Cole Silverman The Blue Ribbon, by Cynthia Kuhn The Last Word, by Shawn Reilly Simmons Murder Takes the Cupcake, by Kate Willett Bull Dog Gravy, by Mark Thielman Morsels of the Gods, by Victoria Thompson Mrs. Beeton's Sausage Stuffing, by Christine Trent Bring It, by Terry Shames Gutbombs 'n' Guinness, by Lisa Preston Deadly In-Flight Dining, by Sara Rosett Carne Diem, by Sharon Lynn Turn the Sage, by Stephen D. Rogers Bad Ju-Ju, by M.A. Monnin


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The Malice Domestic anthology series returns with a new take on mysteries in the Agatha Christie tradition -- 36 original tales with a culinary bent! Included are: A Cup of Tea, by Parnell Hall Brown Recluse, by Marcia Adair A Slice of Heaven, by Laura Brennan The Extra Ingredient, by Joan Long A Death in Yelapa, by Leslie Budewitz The Pie Sisters, by Richard Cass Too Many The Malice Domestic anthology series returns with a new take on mysteries in the Agatha Christie tradition -- 36 original tales with a culinary bent! Included are: A Cup of Tea, by Parnell Hall Brown Recluse, by Marcia Adair A Slice of Heaven, by Laura Brennan The Extra Ingredient, by Joan Long A Death in Yelapa, by Leslie Budewitz The Pie Sisters, by Richard Cass Too Many Cooks Almost Spoil the Murder, by Lynne Ewing Pig Lickin' Good, by Debra H. Goldstein Quiche Alain, by Marni Graff Diet of Death, by Ang Pompano Death at the Willard Hotel, by Verena Rose Dining Out, by Rosemary McCracken Snowbirding, by Kristin Kisska Up Day Down Day Deadly Day, by Ellen Larson The Secret Blend, by Stacy Woodson First of the Year, by Gabriel Valjan Sticky Fingers, by LD Masterson The Cremains of the Day, by Josh Pachter Honor Thy Father, by Harriette Sackler Killer Chocolate Chips, by Ruth McCarty Sushi Lessons, by Edith Maxwell The Missing Ingredient for Murderous Intent, by Elizabeth Perona It's Canning Season, by Adele Polomski The Gourmand, by Nancy Cole Silverman The Blue Ribbon, by Cynthia Kuhn The Last Word, by Shawn Reilly Simmons Murder Takes the Cupcake, by Kate Willett Bull Dog Gravy, by Mark Thielman Morsels of the Gods, by Victoria Thompson Mrs. Beeton's Sausage Stuffing, by Christine Trent Bring It, by Terry Shames Gutbombs 'n' Guinness, by Lisa Preston Deadly In-Flight Dining, by Sara Rosett Carne Diem, by Sharon Lynn Turn the Sage, by Stephen D. Rogers Bad Ju-Ju, by M.A. Monnin

39 review for Parnell Hall Presents Malice Domestic: Mystery Most Edible

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mark Baker

    This is a collection of 36 short stories originally available at the Malice Domestic conference in 2019. As the title suggests, each story revolves around food in some way. Whether it’s a poisoned tea party or death by airline food, you’ll find plenty of murder and mayhem here. Some of the authors use this to tell a story with their series sleuths. That’s the case with Parnell Hall, who opens the collection with his puzzle lady, Cora Felton. Some authors take you back in time, like Victoria Thom This is a collection of 36 short stories originally available at the Malice Domestic conference in 2019. As the title suggests, each story revolves around food in some way. Whether it’s a poisoned tea party or death by airline food, you’ll find plenty of murder and mayhem here. Some of the authors use this to tell a story with their series sleuths. That’s the case with Parnell Hall, who opens the collection with his puzzle lady, Cora Felton. Some authors take you back in time, like Victoria Thompson. Others weave a great tale with characters created for their story here, like Nancy Cole Silverman. As if often the case with short story collections, a few weren’t to my taste, particularly those stories where the villain managed to get out of the hot water he or she should have been in. Most, however, are purely delectable, with a fun twist or two along the way to the climax and characters that draw you in. Whether the author included their series characters or not, each story can be read on its own. There might be a wink and a nod that series fans will get, but nothing that will distract you as you sample that author’s world. There aren’t any recipes, but with a book that is almost 400 pages long, it’s hard to imagine how large it would have been if they had included some. Read my full review at Carstairs Considers.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ann

    There were some delicious stories in this anthology that could be starter chapters for entire new books. I liked about 3/4 of these stories. The Malice team does a masterful job of getting the best authors to give their best. The Malice Domestic anthology series returns with a new take on mysteries in the Agatha Christie tradition -- 36 original tales with a culinary bent! Included are: A Cup of Tea, by Parnell Hall Brown Recluse, by Marcia Adair A Slice of Heaven, by Laura Brennan The Extra Ingredie There were some delicious stories in this anthology that could be starter chapters for entire new books. I liked about 3/4 of these stories. The Malice team does a masterful job of getting the best authors to give their best. The Malice Domestic anthology series returns with a new take on mysteries in the Agatha Christie tradition -- 36 original tales with a culinary bent! Included are: A Cup of Tea, by Parnell Hall Brown Recluse, by Marcia Adair A Slice of Heaven, by Laura Brennan The Extra Ingredient, by Joan Long A Death in Yelapa, by Leslie Budewitz The Pie Sisters, by Richard Cass Too Many Cooks Almost Spoil the Murder, by Lynne Ewing Pig Lickin' Good, by Debra H. Goldstein Quiche Alain, by Marni Graff Diet of Death, by Ang Pompano Death at the Willard Hotel, by Verena Rose Dining Out, by Rosemary McCracken Snowbirding, by Kristin Kisska Up Day Down Day Deadly Day, by Ellen Larson The Secret Blend, by Stacy Woodson First of the Year, by Gabriel Valjan Sticky Fingers, by LD Masterson The Cremains of the Day, by Josh Pachter Honor Thy Father, by Harriette Sackler Killer Chocolate Chips, by Ruth McCarty Sushi Lessons, by Edith Maxwell The Missing Ingredient for Murderous Intent, by Elizabeth Perona It's Canning Season, by Adele Polomski The Gourmand, by Nancy Cole Silverman The Blue Ribbon, by Cynthia Kuhn The Last Word, by Shawn Reilly Simmons Murder Takes the Cupcake, by Kate Willett Bull Dog Gravy, by Mark Thielman Morsels of the Gods, by Victoria Thompson Mrs. Beeton's Sausage Stuffing, by Christine Trent Bring It, by Terry Shames Gutbombs 'n' Guinness, by Lisa Preston Deadly In-Flight Dining, by Sara Rosett Carne Diem, by Sharon Lynn Turn the Sage, by Stephen D. Rogers Bad Ju-Ju, by M.A. Monnin (less)

  3. 5 out of 5

    Regina

    Many of the stories feel like writing exercises, badly constructed and unfinished. In one story the father of the family is poisoned, the son tries to find out who did it, they find some money, end of story. Nothing is explained, no development, no resolution. In the last paragraph we are told who did it, but since this is completely unconnected to anything in the story and introduces a new character like a deus ex machina, that makes it even worse. The other stories are not much better.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Alexandra

    Enjoyable collection with lots of good stories and interesting twists and turns

  5. 4 out of 5

    Helen Geng

    Read October 2020

  6. 4 out of 5

    LimesRickie

    A big let down from the other Malice Domestic book (#9) that I read & rated 4 stars. Boring stories, most of which, had weak endings. The standard of writing is subpar & the overall feel is more sleazy than cozy. Also for me the book was uncomfortable, the printing was so large & spaced-out it really slowed me down when I was trying to read. Heavy rigid book added to my discomfort.

  7. 5 out of 5

    KES

  8. 5 out of 5

    Alicia Barton

  9. 5 out of 5

    Christine

  10. 5 out of 5

    Shawn Simmons

  11. 5 out of 5

    Mary Gates

  12. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Byrne

  13. 4 out of 5

    M.A. Monnin

  14. 4 out of 5

    jennet wheatstonelllsl

  15. 5 out of 5

    Mary

  16. 5 out of 5

    Hope DeVoe

  17. 5 out of 5

    Carys Lester

  18. 4 out of 5

    Mary Jo Lynch

  19. 4 out of 5

    Marsha

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Beck

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kim

  22. 4 out of 5

    Sheryl Ehrlich

  23. 5 out of 5

    Zoe

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kirk

  25. 4 out of 5

    Veronica

  26. 5 out of 5

    Dawn Quick

  27. 4 out of 5

    Sara

  28. 4 out of 5

    AmyLeong

  29. 4 out of 5

    Stacey

  30. 5 out of 5

    Stacie Trueheart

  31. 5 out of 5

    Peggy

  32. 4 out of 5

    Douvonté

  33. 5 out of 5

    Gina

  34. 5 out of 5

    Deb

  35. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

  36. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

  37. 5 out of 5

    Sophie

  38. 4 out of 5

    Cecile

  39. 5 out of 5

    Jonathan Barnhouse

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