Fry Me A Liver

Fry Me A Liver

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"Delia Rosen provides an entertaining deli whodunit." --Mystery Gazette on One Foot in the Gravy

Deli owner Gwen "Nashville" Katz has certainly had some very un-Kosher experiences since her move from New York--dead customers, dead street musicians, dead deliverymen. Sometimes the country music capital of the world feels more like a cemetery. But Gwen is finally knocked flat on her tuchas when a van comes plunging through her roof, causing an explosion and barricading her inside with her employees and Nashville mayoral candidate Tootsie Pearl. Was this an attack on the mayoral hopeful, or a war against Gwen herself? With her deli in shambles, Katz is hot to grill the putz responsible for turning deli into a culinary nightmare.

"A really humorous cozy. . . Readers will thoroughly enjoy this deli tale." --Once Upon a Romance on One Foot in the Gravy

"Full of intrigue and suspicious characters. . .great addition to a fun series." --RT Book Reviews on To Kill a Matzoh Ball

Baker & Taylor
When a van plunges through the roof of her Jewish deli, Gwen Katz is barricaded inside with her employees and Nashville mayoral candidate Tootsie Pearl, and must find the putz responsible for turning her business into a culinary nightmare. Includes recipes. Original.


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Jan 26, 2015

It was so wonderful to return to the world of Gwen Katz. I had read the previous books of this series pretty much in a row so the wait for this newest addition allowed me to appreciate the characters anew as I finally got my hands on it.

The only comment I have is that it's gonna take nothing short of an airplane crashing at the deli in the future books to top off this one.

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