Book Review: Liver Let Die: A Clueless Cook Mystery by Liz Lipperman

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Jordan McAllister dreams of becoming a popular sports columnist but gets stuck in a po-dunk town writing personal ads for a small time newspaper. When she’s offered a chance to fill in for a local food critic off on sick leave, she jumps at the chance rationalizing that it’s one step closer to her dream. However, when a dead body is found underneath her apartment stairwell with her name and number along with it, she becomes the prime suspect, as well as the main course on the murder menu.

…an entertaining, wickedly hilarious and thoroughly addictive debut from first time scribe Liz Lipperman….
Finally, a new writer who adds her own spicy style and writes with her own distinctive flair without rehashing, rebooting, and rehabbing what was written before.
…Diane Morasco, Seattle Post

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