One Poison Pie

. . . Includes Recipes! Praise for Lynn Cahoon “I love the author’s style, which was warm and friendly. . . . A wonderfully appealing series.” —Dru’s Book Musings on the Tourist Trap Mysteries

One Poison Pie

Featured on Buzzfeed Books! In the first in New York Times bestselling author Lynn Cahoon’s Kitchen Witch series, Mia Malone is starting over in Magic Springs, Idaho—where murder is on the menu . . . What’s a kitchen witch to do when her almost-fiancé leaves her suddenly single and unemployed? For Mia Malone, the answer’s simple: move to her grandmother’s quirky Idaho hometown, where magic is an open secret and witches and warlocks are (mostly) welcome. With a new gourmet dinner delivery business—and a touch of magic in her recipes—Mia’s hopes are high. Even when her ex’s little sister, Christina, arrives looking for a place to stay, Mia takes it in stride. But her first catering job takes a distasteful turn when her client’s body is found, stabbed and stuffed under the head table. Mia’s shocked to learn that she’s a suspect—and even more so when she realizes she’s next on a killer’s list. With Christina, along with Mia’s meddling grandma, in the mix, she’ll have to find out which of the town’s eccentric residents has an appetite for murder…before this fresh start comes to a sticky end. . . . Includes Recipes! Praise for Lynn Cahoon “I love the author’s style, which was warm and friendly. . . . A wonderfully appealing series.” —Dru’s Book Musings on the Tourist Trap Mysteries

A Fatal Family Feast

The Farm-to-Fork Mysteries Fatal Family Feast Killer Comfort Food Deep Fried Revenge One Potato, Two Potato, Dead Killer Green ... Santa Puppy A Deadly Brew Rockets' Dead Glare The Kitchen Witch Mysteries Two Wicked Desserts One Poison Pie.

A Fatal Family Feast

Angie Turner’s Idaho restaurant, the County Seat, is the perfect site for a picturesque country wedding, but the party planning skids to a halt when the groom-to-be is implicated in a murder investigation… When Angie’s best friend and business partner, Felicia Williams, picks the County Seat to host her upcoming nuptials, Angie wants it to feel like a family affair--especially since Felicia is set to marry the farm-to-fork restaurant’s talented sous chef, Estebe Blackstone. Unfortunately, the bride’s actual family is far less enthusiastic about the union. They’re pulling out all the stops to cancel the couple’s wedding, even arranging for a surprise visit from Felicia’s ex-fiancé (and her father’s current lackey). But when her ex is killed days before the ceremony and Estebe is framed for the crime, Angie and the County Seat crew must scramble to solve the murder and save the wedding . . . Praise for Lynn Cahoon's Mysteries “Well-crafted . . . Cat and crew prove to be engaging characters and Cahoon does a stellar job of keeping them—and the reader—guessing.” —Mystery Sceneon A Story to Kill “One Poison Pie deliciously blends charm and magic with a dash of mystery and a sprinkle of romance.” —Daryl Wood Gerber, Agatha winner and nationally bestselling author of the Cookbook Nook Mysteries and Fairy Garden Mysteries

Murder 101

The Kitchen Witch Mysteries One Poison Pie Novellas Murder 101 Chili Cauldron Curse The Tourist Trap Mysteries Guidebook to Murder Mission to Murder If the Shoe Kills Dressed to Kill Killer Run Murder on Wheels Tea Cups and Carnage ...

Murder 101

Mia Malone has opened a catering business in Magic Springs, Idaho, putting both her culinary expertise and her gift for spellcasting to good use. But it’ll take more than witchcraft to make a murderer disappear behind bars… Mia Malone has landed a lucrative and convenient gig, catering a reunion at the old school that’s become her new business headquarters. The town swirls with rumors that St. Catherine’s Preparatory is haunted, but there’s one living visitor that Mia wasn’t expecting—her mother. Theresa Malone stepped away from the magic that runs in Mia’s family, much to the annoyance of Mia’s grandmother. Soon Mia has to deal with more than personal drama when Robin Hanover, the head of the reunion committee, is murdered in one of the classrooms. Robin had a history as a mean girl. Could one of her old enemies have been nursing a grudge all this time? Or is the culprit even closer to home? Mia will need the help of her magic, her wits, and her family to figure out the truth—before she gets schooled by a clever killer… Includes Recipes! Praise for Lynn Cahoon “One Poison Pie deliciously blends charm and magic with a dash of mystery and a sprinkle of romance.” —Agatha Award winning author Daryl Wood Gerber “A well-plotted mystery with a romance that rings true to life.” —Kirkus Reviews on A Field Guide to Homicide "[Cahoon’s] beloved for her whimsical whodunits . . . a delightful mystery." —Woman's World on Sconed to Death

A Pumpkin Spice Killing

The Farm-to-Fork Mysteries Killer Comfort Food Deep Fried Revenge One Potato, Two Potato, Dead Killer Green Tomatoes Who Moved ... Santa Puppy A Deadly Brew Rockets' Dead Glare The Kitchen Witch Mysteries One Poison Pie Two Wicked Desserts.

A Pumpkin Spice Killing

Angie Turner’s Idaho restaurant, the County Seat, owes its success not only to its farm-fresh fare, but also to its devoted and passionate staff. But a team-building retreat turns into much more than they bargained for . . . Angie and her County Seat staff are all prepared for some much-needed R&R. Hope’s been hinting at an arts-and-crafts themed retreat. Instead, they end up at a military veteran’s home, where it’s their job to get it spic and span for summer. In between weeding the garden and painting the rooms, Angie starts up a conversation with an older vet who wants to make amends with his son before it’s too late. Unfortunately, he has no idea of his son’s whereabouts. It’s the perfect side job for the County Seat team, but someone keeps blocking their efforts. And the more they try to find out why, the more they’re certain someone’s life might be in danger . . . Praise for Lynn Cahoon's Mysteries “Well-crafted . . . Cat and crew prove to be engaging characters and Cahoon does a stellar job of keeping them—and the reader—guessing.” —Mystery Sceneon A Story to Kill “One Poison Pie deliciously blends charm and magic with a dash of mystery and a sprinkle of romance.” —Daryl Wood Gerber, Agatha winner and nationally bestselling author of the Cookbook Nook Mysteries and Fairy Garden Mysteries

Have a Holly Haunted Christmas

The Kitchen Witch Mysteries Two Wicked Desserts One Poison Pie Novellas Have a Holly, Haunted Christmas Murder 101 Chili Cauldron Curse The Tourist Trap Mysteries Picture Perfect Frame Murder in Waiting Memories and Murder Killer Party ...

Have a Holly  Haunted Christmas

Mia Malone is planning a holiday party to promote her catering and cooking school business—but she’s got a Christmas spirit to deal with first, in this new Kitchen Witch Mystery from New York Times bestselling author Lynn Cahoon . . . For all its merriment, Christmas can also bring melancholy—and in Magic Springs, Idaho, Mia finds that the season has brought her an unhappy ghost who’s pulling poltergeist-style pranks to get her attention. When she demands an explanation, the ghost just sends a message: Ask Mary Alice—that is, Mia’s beloved Grans, who’s been training her to develop her witchy talents. If anyone can figure this out, it’s Grans . . . even if she still hasn’t managed to free Mia’s cat from a previous spell that she cast. The restless spirit turns out to be Magic Spring’s most well-known ghost, Dorothy, who supposedly died peacefully in her sleep. Now Dorothy claims she was murdered, and she wants her killer brought to justice. And she doesn’t have much patience about it, so the pressure is on Mia—with some help from her boyfriend, Trent, and a strangely secretive Grans. There aren’t many dicing-and-chopping days till Christmas—but this year, the most important gift Mia can give is to cheer up this troubled spirit . . . Includes Recipes! Praise for Lynn Cahoon “A cozy lover’s dream come true.” —Susan McBride, author of The Debutante Dropout Mysteries on The Tourist Trap Mysteries “One Poison Pie deliciously blends charm and magic with a dash of mystery and a sprinkle of romance.” —Agatha Award winning author Daryl Wood Gerber “A well-plotted mystery with a romance that rings true to life.” —Kirkus Reviews on A Field Guide to Homicide "[Cahoon’s] beloved for her whimsical whodunits . . . a delightful mystery." —Woman's World on Sconed to Death

Murder in Waiting

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Murder in Waiting

In the latest Tourist Trap mystery from New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Lynn Cahoon, bookshop café owner Jill Gardner contends with a best friend-turned-bridezilla while trying to solve a local historian’s untimely date with death . . . At Coffee, Books, & More, Jill’s the boss. But as Amy’s maid-of-honor, she can barely keep up with marching orders--and now she’s in charge of organizing an epic bachelorette! Adding to Jill’s party-planning panic, the South Cove Heritage Society just unceremoniously dumped her historic landmark bid. While vying proposals rush in from a loaded land developer and a pushy travel guide company, Jill finds an unexpected ally in Heritage Society expert, Frank Gleason. But their happy union is cut short when Frank is mowed down in a suspicious hit-and-run. With Amy’s big day on the horizon, Jill vows to catch the killer before she has to catch a bouquet. Praise for Lynn Cahoon “I love the author’s style, which was warm and friendly . . . [A] wonderfully appealing series.”—Dru’s Book Musings on the Tourist Trap Mysteries “Well-crafted . . . Cat and crew prove to be engaging characters and Cahoon does a stellar job of keeping them—and the reader—guessing.” —Mystery Scene on A Story to Kill

Chili Cauldron Curse

A sneak peek at the first full-length novel in the new Kitchen Witch Series ONE POISON PIE coming soon from Lynn Cahoon and Kensington Books Chapter 1 Karma sucks. Mia Malone slapped the roller filled.

Chili Cauldron Curse

Meet a new cozy star with her own special brand of culinary magic in this first story in New York Times bestselling author Lynn Cahoon’s Kitchen Witch series. When Mia Malone’s grandmother asks her to take a week away from her restaurant job and come to Magic Springs, Idaho, she’s happy to oblige. Like Mia, Grans has witchcraft running through her veins, and life with her is never boring. Plus, the cause is a good one—helping Grans get the local food bank up and running again. But there’s an unappetizing surprise in store. While Mia is knee-deep in boxes of donated produce, she encounters the body of Dorian Alexander. Dorian was a warlock, leader of the local coven. He was also her Grans’ new beau. There’s no potion that’ll make this trouble disappear. But if Mia wants to keep her Grans—now a prime suspect—from serving a spell in prison, she’ll have to unearth the real killer fast. . . . Praise for The Tourist Trap Mysteries “I love the author’s style, which was warm and friendly . . . [A] wonderfully appealing series.” —Dru’s Book Musings “Light, fun, and kept me thoroughly engaged.” —The Young Folks

The Continent of Lies

child's head isn't baked into one large pie! His whole body is baked into a lot of ... “Twelve benign ones for the apprentices, another benign one for Thyestes ... and a poisoned one for Kusk. Can you arrange it, Jonnie?” “Poisoned?

The Continent of Lies

Cephapples can seriously damage your health... A cephapple is a dreambean - a programmed hallucination. Quinjinn is a reviewer of cephapples. When he is persuaded to sample one particular dream, it is so real that he cannot get it out of his mind, and so hideous that he cannot remember its climax. Horrified when his young daughter is exposed to it as well, Quinjinn resolves to find the tree on which this cephapple grew, and to destroy it before it can poison any other minds. His interstellar quest becomes a bizarre journey through a cold and alien galaxy and exotic distant planets - and into the deepest recesses of his own mind.

Shattered Window

She probably did some of her witchy magic stuff and lured that poor Simons girl out to her window with that poison blueberry pie—and then BANG! One bite and she fell clean out the window to her death down below!

Shattered Window


Food and Drink Idioms in English

When they are badly handled, the outcome can be unpleasant (HAVE EGG ON ONE'S FACE). ... can, however, make them also difficult to accept at times (EAT HUMBLE PIE, PIE IN THE SKY, DEADMEAT, ONE MAN'S MEAT IS ANOTHER MAN'S POISON).

Food and Drink Idioms in English

Idioms carry an aura of mystery for all speakers, owing to the discrepancy between their literal and non-literal meanings. This book clears up some of these ambiguities, by examining a series of expressions that have derived from the most instinctive and essential of all human behaviour: eating and drinking. The quantity and quality of 276 food and drink idioms are explored, investigating two hundred and fifty years of English monolingual lexicography and forty years of usage as attested by contemporary linguistic corpora. The examination of these idioms’ syntactic, semantic, pragmatic, historical, social and cultural characteristics will foster in speakers a whole new approach to idiom comprehension and usage, and will constitute thought-provoking ground for further research in other idiom domains.

The Mayfair Mysteries The Case of the Poisoned Pie

ONE top music executive * TWO poisoned slices of Mississippi Mud Pie * And FOUR budding detectives.

The Mayfair Mysteries  The Case of the Poisoned Pie

ONE top music executive * TWO poisoned slices of Mississippi Mud Pie * And FOUR budding detectives... There's another mystery to solve at Mayfair Park! Lauren and her three best friends can't believe their luck when top boy band, 4ever, arrive at Mayfair Park to shoot their new video. But the girls soon discover that there is a much darker side to the music biz - and there are some people who will stop at nothing to reach the top . . . Another fantastic story from this brilliant new writer.

The Pharmaceutical Journal and Transactions

I , for one , would rather hold this view than believe that so hideous a crime as that of wholesale poisoning had ... not in the rabbit but on the surface of the rabbit's leg , and also in a little of the scrapings from the pie - dish .

The Pharmaceutical Journal and Transactions


Pharmaceutical Journal

Specifically different bacteria capable of producto the eating of baked pork ; a case of sausage poison- ing this chemical ... One important element of environment is pork pie or brawn at Retford ; poisoning by pork pies temperature .

Pharmaceutical Journal


Hammer Films Psychological Thrillers 1950 1972

In fact, it is Nanny who is about to “do something,” and in the next scene we watch her making steak and kidney pies. She has poisoned one of them, and we are led to believe that she is identifying the poisoned pie with Joey's initial, ...

Hammer Films   Psychological Thrillers  1950  1972

"This book takes a chronological, film-by-film approach to all of Hammer's thrillers. Each chapter takes a particular theme around which to approach the films in question, exploring their literary ancestry, their reflection of British society and their relation to a wide range of other references, architectural metaphor, sexuality, religion, and even Nazi atrocities"--

The Pharmaceutical Journal

I , for one , would rather hold this view than believe that so hideous a crime as that of wholesale poisoning had ... not in the rabbit but on the surface of the rabbit's leg , and also in a little of the scrapings from the pie - dish .

The Pharmaceutical Journal


The New England Journal of Medicine

The pulse , which had been feeble and the result described . intermittent , grew stronger , and from that time im- The case of cream pie poisoning cited is not unique . provement took place . At least one other case occurred in Lawrence ...

The New England Journal of Medicine


The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal

The pulse , which had been feeble and the result described . intermittent , grew stronger , and from that time im- The case of cream pie poisoning cited is not unique . provement took place . At least one other case occurred in Lawrence ...

The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal


The Pursuit of Love

Look at the menus this week – Monday, poison pie; Tuesday, poison burger steak; Wednesday, Cornish poison –' Aunt Sadie looked intensely worried. 'Oh, dear, yes, she is an awful cook, I know, but Davey, what can one do?

The Pursuit of Love

One of the funniest, sharpest novels about love and growing up ever written, Nancy Mitford's classic is now a major BBC and Prime Video series directed by Emily Mortimer and starring Lily James, Andrew Scott and Dominic West 'He was the great love of her life you know.' 'Oh, dulling,' said my mother, sadly, 'One always thinks that. Every, every time.' Oh, the tedium of waiting to grow up! Longing for love, obsessed with weddings and sex, Linda and her sisters and cousin Fanny are on the lookout for the perfect lover. But finding Mr Right is much harder than any of the sisters had thought. Linda must suffer marriage first to a stuffy Tory MP and then to a handsome and humourless communist, before finding real love in war-torn Paris . . . NANCY MITFORD'S WICKEDLY FUNNY SERIES CONTINUES IN LOVE IN A COLD CLIMATE AND DON'T TELL ALFRED. ***** 'Utter, utter bliss' Daily Mail 'A pleasure as intense as inheriting a perfect pearl necklace, or finding a silk dress in a vintage shop that fits like a glove' Caitlin Moran, Harper's Bazaar 'Peerless' Zoe Heller

The Complete Novels

I wouldn't complain if it were merely nasty, or insufficient, or too starchy, one expects that in the war, but actual poison does, I feel, call for comment. Look at the menus this week – Monday, poison pie; Tuesday, poison burger steak; ...

The Complete Novels

The Penguin Complete Novels of Nancy Mitford. Here in one volume are all eight of Nancy Mitford's sparklingly astute, hilarious and completely unputdownable novels: Highland Fling, Christmas Pudding, Wigs on the Green, Pigeon Pie, The Pursuit of Love, Love in a Cold Climate, The Blessing and Don't Tell Alfred. Published over a period of 30 years, they provide a wonderful glimpse of the bright young things of the thirties, forties, fifties and sixties in the city and in the shires; firmly ensconced at home or making a go of it abroad; and what the upper classes really got up to in peace and in war. 'Entirely original, inimitable and irresistible' Spectator 'Deliciously funny' Evelyn Waugh 'Utter, utter bliss' Daily Mail