Le mauvais gout mene au crime
Quote by Stendhal: “Le mauvais goût mène au crime.”
Enquête: crimes divers; Un goût de vengeance partagé par trois voisines
Buy this back issue! Available in hardcopy or as a downloadable PDF. Surely most dastardly deeds could have been prevented if the perpetrator had just finished a satisying, delicious meal. We enjoy reading about food. And for many of us, reading about food and murder is the real frosting on the cake.
The little man waved his hand deprecatingly. We had plenty of money ourselves. I desired no more. Besides, it would have been such bad taste to have treated a young lady in so scurvy a fashion. Our difference of opinion on this subject went so far that I thought it best to set up rooms for myself: so I left Pondicherry Lodge, taking the old khitmutgar and Williams with me. Yesterday, however, I learn that an event of extreme importance has occurred.
We are what we eat and certainly what we read. Learn how Katherine puts the two together, incorporating food into her mysteries. Faith Sibley Fairchild, my amateur sleuth, is a caterer. She is currently making her appearance in The Body in the Gazebo , the nineteenth in the series. Since food is an ongoing theme, it seemed natural to me to start including recipes in the books.
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