Liz Lipperman ~~4 1/2 and 5 Star Reviews
Smothered, Covered & Dead (a Jordan McAllister Mystery #4.5) - Novella
The Story Vault
Jordan McAllister writes the Kupboard articles for the local newspaper. She has returned with her group of friends to solve another mystery. When one of the gang, Rosie LaRue, got involved with her ex husband, Jordan was skeptical. Unfortunately, Rosie called her for help. She found her ex dead on the sofa with an ice pick in his chest. Rosie was in trouble.
Determined to help her friend, Victor, one of her neighbors from the group, joins Jordan and they decide to do some sleuthing and investigating on their own. While they were searching and following through on leads, they found another dead body.
Ms. Lipperman delivers as usual. She has whipped up a masterpiece with well developed characters and a great storyline. Bonus recipes at the end!
Chicken Caccia Killer
Create Space Independent Publishing Platform
Jordon McAllister’s story continues with coverage of the International Italian Festival. At a gathering, Jordon and her boyfriend Alex meet some influential people when one of them is killed. Unfortunately, it was the boyfriend of Alex’s sister Kate. To make matters worse, Kate had evidence against her and was the prime suspect for the murder.
Jordon could not allow Kate to go to prison for a murder she didn’t commit. Off she went investigating to find the real murderer. When Jordon’s friends got wind of her determination to catch the killer, they joined forces to prove Kate’s innocence.
As expected, Ms. Lipperman delivers a quick paced, witty, cozy, sure-to- please mystery for everyone who loves to read who done its.
Berkley Prime Crime
Jordan McAllister, author of the food critic section of the local newspaper, was convinced by her friend to judge a cooking contest on a Caribbean cruise ship. Once Jordan met the competitors, she soon realized that it was going to be sprinkled with cutthroat venomous attacks.
However, death was not supposed to be on the menu. When they realized that one of the competitors was poisoned, Jordan was fast on track to find the culprit.
Liz Lipperman brings Jordan McAllister back with all the spice and sass a reader could possibly want. Murder for the Halibut is a winning combination for the best mystery cozy a "storytelling chef" can cook up for her readers.
Berkley Prime Crime
Jordan MacAllister is a food critic for the Ranchero Globe. One of her assignments was to attend the Cattleman’s Ball. Unfortunately, her date, Rusty Morales, happens to be murdered.
Jordan’s brother shows up on her doorstep, investigating rustlers and Rusty’s death. Jordan’s curiosity peeked when Marie Morales, Rusty’s mother, was trying to convey a message to Jordan. However, Mrs. Morales had recently suffered a severe stroke and Jordan had to guess at what the grieving woman was trying to tell her.
In the meantime, a coworker asked her for help with a ghost problem—too many things were going bump in the night.
This is a steady paced story that you will not want to miss. It is the second book in the Clueless Cook mysteries by Ms Lipperman and it is just as scrumptious as the recipes at the end of the book!
Berkley Prime Crime
Jordan McAllister worked for a newspaper, writing personal ads. The editor asked her to temporarily take over a culinary column. Her first assignment was to review a steakhouse that was having a grand reopening.
The meal was not what she expected. However, the handsome server who asked for her phone number understood her dilemma. A few days later, the server was found dead near her apartment with her name and phone number on him, making her a person of interest.
Liver Let Die has the recipe for success: A first-rate author who snatches the reader into the story, whipping up an exciting, fast‑moving mystery with awesome characters.
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