Spirits Distilled is a bible for anyone interested in the world of alcohol and cocktails. Target audiences would be bartenders, and people interested in impressing their friends with their knowledge of such. Very, very thorough, it covers everything from the distillation of alcohol, and it's history, to many types of liquor. Covered are vodka, tequila, gin, rum, brandy, liqueurs, and whiskey. Also the different cocktails to be made from these liquors. If you're really interested in learning all you can about the subject, then this book is for you!
This Halloween, Hayley can’t imagine a worse trick than her ex-husband Danny returning to Bar Harbor. Her kids may be happy to see their dad, but Hayley’s determined not to be taken in by his charms, and suspects he’s in financial trouble—again.
Still, the haunted holiday is about to get a whole lot scarier after Danny’s moonshine-making uncle is found lying dead next to a tombstone in a cemetery—and Danny quickly becomes the prime suspect. To prove her ex is innocent, Hayley will have to dig deep into her own bag of tricks to unmask the real culprit . . . before anyone else—including her—ends up in the graveyard.
Death of a Pumpkin Carver is exactly what I needed right now. Its fun, its light hearted and yes there are a few serious moments but its a change from the usual books I've been reading lately.
With Halloween just around the corner its nice to have a holiday themed book to read.
Death of a Pumpkin Carver has an enjoyable cast, a really good story line and it perked me up during an emotional slump I was in. I am happy that I found this book.
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Cocktails and Mock – Tales by Julianne McLean and Mark Lunch is a hilarious look at beverages that will wet your whistle while tickling your funny bone.
You don’t need to be tipsy to have some laughs while you learn about the origins of some of the most popular alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages.
The accompanying graphics are colorful and comical. I believe they will pull a smile or two from you, so why not mix a tasty beverage to while away the summer hours as Julianne and Mark entertain and educate you.
I received a copy of Cocktails and Mock – Tales from Julianne McLean and Mark Lunch in return for an honest review.
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