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Also by Linda Reilly:

Escape Claws, January 2018
Paperback
A Frying Shame, April 2017
Mass Market Paperback
Out of the Dying Pan, March 2016
Paperback
Fillet Of Murder, May 2015
Paperback

Fillet Of Murder
Linda Reilly

A Deep-Fried Mystery #1
Berkley
May 2015
On Sale: May 5, 2015
304 pages
ISBN: 0425274136
EAN: 9780425274132
Kindle: B00O2BS33O
Paperback / e-Book
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Mystery Cozy

Talia Marby serves up delectable English deep fried fare in the heart of the Berkshires—but she soon discovers there’s something fishy going on…

Sometimes in this life, you have to fish or cut bait. After walking away from a miserable job and an even worse boyfriend, Talia Marby has no regrets. She’s returned to her hometown and is happy to help her dear friend Bea Lambert by working at Lambert’s Fish & Chips, a cornerstone of a charming shopping plaza designed to resemble an old English village.

But not all the shop owners are charming. Phil Turnbull has been pestering Bea to sign a petition against a new store opening up, and his constant badgering is enough to make her want to boil him in oil. When Talia and Bea stumble upon Turnbull murdered in his shop, the police suspect Bea. Now it’s up to Talia to fish around for clues and hook the real killer before her friend has to trade serving food for serving time…

Includes delicious recipes!

Deep-Fried Mystery

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1 comment posted.

Re: Fillet Of Murder

Now, I want some fried catfish and with a corn meal batter.
Love your title.
(Leona Olson 10:26pm May 12, 2015)

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