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By Joanne Pence

During this sixth pleasant culinary secret from Joanne Pence, dilettante chef Angie Amalfi plans a romantic cruise along with her hunky boyfriend, yet hits tough water while homicide turns into a part of the itinerary.

meals author and culinary entrepreneur Angie Amalfi imagined a excessive seas cruise aboard a boat certain for Acapulco together with her murder detective boyfriend Paavo Smith will be heaven. without crowds or pending police enterprise, it could even supply Paavo the suitable chance to suggest.

yet Angie's "Love Boat" myth starts off springing leaks presently, starting with the cook's weird and wonderful try to bounce the center of the sea! upload an oddball choice of fellow passengers, yawningly unimaginative onboard food, Paavo's more and more strange habit, and the truth that someone's been rifling via her baggage, and Angie's quickly able to bounce overboard herself. yet it's now not until eventually she deals to aid out within the galley and homicide is without warning further to the menu that Angie unearths herself heading into very risky waters indeed.

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One fist clutched a telephone; with the other hand he was jotting additions to a long list of items. He had an odd, glazed expression, and his glance flicked over Chris without seeing her. After what seemed a very long time, he mumbled a good-bye and hung up. "Liberated women," he snarled into the air above Chris's head. " She took one step closer to the counter. " the man snapped. " Chris looked over her shoulder, ready to run if necessary. "I suppose when you grow up you're going to want a career," the man jeered.

Uncle Ralph seemed pleased to have a job. He hurried off, and Grandma patted the bed beside her. "Sit here, Chrissy," she invited. "Now, how are things going? " The words spilled out. "Uncle Ralph doesn't want me with him. Oh, we get along okay"—she wanted to chase away Grandma's worried frown—"but he'll be glad when I'm gone. And so will I," she added. Grandma hugged her. "My Ralph is a loner, I'm afraid. He's lived by himself for a long time, and he's used to it. But I'm sure he's glad to have you with him, dear.

Time passed, and her muscles ached, but she stayed in her sheet-tent. When she peered out at last, the first gray light of morning was touching the windows. She stayed in bed another half-hour, listening to the world wake itself up. A cardinal sang. A squirrel scolded. The lake made its soft, lapping sounds. When she opened her bedroom door, the house was very still. Uncle Ralph's door was closed. The attic door was closed, too. There was nothing unusual to see, except for the chest. It stood out from the attic door at an angle, as if it had been roughly thrust aside.

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