If Fried Chicken Could Fly
At Gram's Country Cooking School, Betts and Gram are helping students prepare the perfect dishes for the Southern Missouri Show-Down, the cook-off that draws the first of the summer visitors. Everything is going smoothly until they discover the body of local theater owner Everett Morningside... show more
At Gram's Country Cooking School, Betts and Gram are helping students prepare the perfect dishes for the Southern Missouri Show-Down, the cook-off that draws the first of the summer visitors. Everything is going smoothly until they discover the body of local theater owner Everett Morningside in the school's supply closet, and Everett's widow points an accusatory finger at Gram. Now, Betts has to dig deep into Broken Rope's history to find the modern-day killer-before the last piece of chicken is served...
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 2012
Publisher: Berkley Prime Crime
Pages no: 296
Edition language: English
Series: Gram’s Country Cooking School Mystery (#1)
I guess I'm the only one that didn't know about the ghosts. I picked this book because I like the author's Farm Fresh series and I was pleasantly surprised by it. I'm going to have to read another book in the series to see if I warm up to Betts. The reason behind the murder was interesting. The fac...
Really liked this one! I don't care for Paige Shelton's other series at all, so wasn't really expecting much from this, but was very pleasantly surprised. Just enough "woo woo" so that even people who don't care for that stuff shouldn't mind! Recommended!
I didn't have high expectations for this book - the synopsis didn't grab me. But I was pleasantly surprised once I started reading and didn't stop until I was through. It's a ghost story! It's a good first start to a new series, although I didn't warm up to the main character a whole lot. But I ha...
Dollycas’s ThoughtsEveryone loves their grandma’s cooking. My grandma even ran a restaurant for awhile. Gram reminds me a lot of my Grandma Lue. She also made the best fried chicken. The whole idea of a country cooking school fascinates me. I was just a teenager when my grandma passed away so I neve...