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Just Plain Pickled to Death by Tamar Myers

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Also by Tamar Myers:

The Death of Pie, July 2014
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The Girl Who Married An Eagle, May 2013
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The Boy Who Stole the Leopard's Spots, May 2012
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The Glass Is Always Greener, February 2011
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The Headhunter's Daughter, February 2011
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Butter Safe Than Sorry, February 2010
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Poison Ivory, June 2009
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Batter Off Dead, February 2009
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Death Of A Rug Lord, June 2008
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As the World Churns, February 2008
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Grape Expectations, January 2007
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The Cane Mutiny, May 2006
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Assault and Pepper, January 2006
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Monet Talks, April 2005
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Thou Shalt Not Grill, January 2005
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Angels, Angels Everywhere, September 2004
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Statue of Limitations, May 2004
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Thou Shalt Not Grill, February 2004
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Custard's Last Stand, January 2004
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Tiles and Tribulations, March 2003
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Custard's Last Stand, February 2003
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Gruel and Unusual Punishment, January 2003
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Splendor in the Glass, August 2002
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The Crepes of Wrath, January 2002
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Nightmare in Shining Armor, August 2001
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A Penny Urned, September 2000
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The Hand That Rocked the Ladle, March 2000
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Estate of Mind, December 1999
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Play It Again Spam, August 1999
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Baroque and Desperate, March 1999
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Eat, Drink, and Be Wary, September 1998
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So Faux, So Good, June 1998
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Between a Wok and a Hard Place, March 1998
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The Ming and I, November 1997
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Just Plain Pickled to Death, October 1997
Paperback (reprint)
Parsley, Sage, Rosemary, and Crime, August 1997
Paperback (reprint)
No Use Dying Over Spilled Milk, March 1997
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Gilt By Association, December 1996
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Larceny and Old Lace, June 1996
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Too Many Crooks Spoil the Broth, August 1995
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Just Plain Pickled to Death
Tamar Myers

A well-preserved corpse

Signet Mystery
October 1997
ISBN: 0451192931
Paperback (reprint)
$5.99
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Mystery Culinary | Mystery

A Twenty-year-old barrel of genuine Pennsylvania Dutch sauerkraut isn’t Magdalena Yoder’s idea of a great wedding present from her future father-in-law. Especially when it has a corpse in it. And it sure puts Mennonite-born Magdalena, owner of the picturesque PennDutch Inn, in a pickle. She has just one week before she ties the knot with the man of her dreams—and this bride of forty-four will allow nothing to delay her nuptials, even murder.

Of course, Magdalena recognizes the victim, who is as well preserved as a gherkin. It’s her fiancé’s cousin Sarah, who’s been missing for years. Soon Magdalena’s inn is filled with unwanted guests—eccentric aunts and loopy uncles of the deceased. And Magdalena—shrewd as she is peppery—suspects one of them to be the killer. Now she is over a barrel, blowing the lid off a mystery two decades old, and digging up a scandal that may shake her Amish hometown to the bedrock and send her to a funeral—her own— instead of her wedding day!

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