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Cream Puff Murder Hannah Swensen Mysteries Book 11

Author : Joanne Fluke
ISBN : 9781472221506
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 41.30 MB
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When it comes to cookies - and to murder - there's always room for one more... The discovery of a body in a pool gives Hannah Swensen a fresh case to solve in Cream Puff Murder, the cosy crime novel from acclaimed author Joanne Fluke. Packed full of delicious recipes and perfect for fans of M. C. Beaton and H. Y. Hanna. 'Entertaining and sprinkled with tempting recipes. It's a sweet treat of a novel' - Star Tribune Hannah Swensen has enough on her plate running Lake Eden's best-loved bakery. But with the launch party of her mother's novel around the corner, she also has a dress to fit into and a date with her sister, Andrea, at new health club Heavenly Bodies. Things go from bad to worse when Hannah finds the body of femme fatale Ronni Ward floating in the gym's Jacuzzi. Especially when a plate of The Cookie Jar's very own cream puffs are found garnishing the murder scene. With half the town's female population on the list of suspects, has Hannah bitten off more than she can chew? What readers are saying about the Hannah Swensen mysteries: 'What more could you want from a cosy crime novel?' 'Delicious recipes, good plotlines, believable characters. A pleasurable, easy read' 'A homely series that harks back to the novels of Agatha Christie'
Category: Fiction

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ISBN : UCSD:31822036342525
Genre : American literature
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Category: American literature

Food Feminisms Rhetorics

Author : Melissa A. Goldthwaite
ISBN : 9780809335909
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 86.23 MB
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Inspired by the need for interpretations and critiques of the varied messages surrounding what and how we eat, Food, Feminisms, Rhetorics collects eighteen essays that demonstrate the importance of food and food-related practices as sites of scholarly study, particularly from feminist rhetorical perspectives. Contributors analyze messages about food and bodies—from what a person watches and reads to where that person shops—taken from sources mundane and literary, personal and cultural. This collection begins with analyses of the historical, cultural, and political implications of cookbooks and recipes; explores definitions of feminist food writing; and ends with a focus on bodies and cultures—both self-representations and representations of others for particular rhetorical purposes. The genres, objects, and practices contributors study are varied—from cookbooks to genre fiction, from blogs to food systems, from product packaging to paintings—but the overall message is the same: food and its associated practices are worthy of scholarly attention.
Category: Cooking