Sep 20, 2012

It's Thursday - What Are You Reading: Allergic to Death

Quick–what are you reading right now? Would you recommend it? What’s it about? Leave your link at Booking Through Thursday.


Allergic to Death: A Gourmet De-Lite Mystery by Peg Cochran is the first in a new cozy series published August 7, 2012. As I'm allergic to a lot of foods, meds and even animals, except for non-shedding dogs like that Westie on the book cover, I put the book near the top of my TBR pile!

About the book: Restaurant reviewer Martha Bernhardt drops dead from a severe peanut allergy...right after eating one of caterer Gigi's signature dishes. Gigi suddenly finds her diet catering business on the chopping block. Now she'll have to track down who tampered with her recipe before her own goose is cooked.(book description)

What are you reading this Thursday?

9 comments:

Laurel-Rain Snow said...

A delightful sounding cozy mystery! Thanks for sharing, and I love the cover.

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Anonymous said...

Would love to read this, sounds good.

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Zibilee said...

I am reading Green Grass, Running Water, and I am very inclined to recommend it to others. It's very strange, but also very good!

Suko said...

I hope you enjoy this cozy! I am about to start a new book, The Siren of Paris.

Unknown said...

Sounds like a lot of fun :)

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Lizzy said...

Hm, this book sounds pretty interesting and relevant in a world fulled of people that could potentially drop dead from exposure to an allergen.

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Yvonne said...

I have this one waiting for me to review it. It looks really good.

The Bookworm said...

This sounds cute :) Happy reading.

Staci said...

Love the cover and this one looks like fun!!

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