By Joanne Pence
Chef Angie Amalfi can't wait to take off from town for every week to assist devise a scrumptious vegetarian menu for a stunning new B&B in scenic northern California. The not-yet-open-for-business Hill Haven hotel stands out as the ideal position to take her budding romance together with her murder detective boyfriend Paavo to the subsequent point! however the state of affairs watching for them seems to be below ideal—with fighting traders, rumors of ghosts, chilly drafts, a leaky roof . . . and an proprietor whose inspiration of haute delicacies should be appropriate for livestock. And while a livid rainstorm traps every body inside of, it turns into painfully obvious that there's a assassin between them . . . and that the single recipe being concocted within the Hill Haven kitchen is one for catastrophe. yet Angie's made up our minds to unravel the case and salvage her romantic getaway . . . or die trying!
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