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Novels and Food

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Novels & Food

Can you think of a better combination?
All of these books, with food as part of the theme, are available at the Manchester Public Library.

 

Diana Abu-Jaber…Crescent

Thomas Fox Averill…Secrets of the Tsil Café

Nancy Verde Barr…Last Bite

Poppy Brite…Liquor: a novel

Dorothy Cannell…The Thin Woman

Anthony Capella…The Food of Love &

The Wedding Officer

Marie Celine…Dishing Up Death

Barbara Cherne…Bella Donna

Jill Churchill…A Quiche Before Dying

Philip Craig…Dead in Vineyard Sand

Isis Crawford...A Catered Birthday Party

Camilla Crespi…The Trouble with a Bad Fit

Jacqueline Deval…Reckless Appetites

Diane Mott Davidson…Sweet Revenge

Nora Ephron…Heartburn

Laura Esquivel…Like Water for Chocolate

Nancy Fairbanks…Truffled Feathers

Fannie Flagg…Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle-Stop Café

Joanne Fluke…Carrot Cake Murder

Julia Glass…The Whole World Over

Nadia Gordon…Murder Alfresco

Ellen Hart…Dial M for Meatloaf

Tim Heald…Just Desserts

Judith Ryan Hendricks…Bread Alone & The Baker’s Apprentice

Lynne Hinton…The Friendship Cake

Shirley Jump…The Bachelor Preferred Pastry

Laura Kalpakian…American Cookery

Peter King…Eat, Drink and Be Buried

Nan Lyons…Someone is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe

Mia King…Sweet Life

Marsha Mehran…Pomegranate Soup

Fern Michaels…Listen to Your Heart

Nicole Mones…The Last Chinese Chef

Tamar Myers…Hell Hath No Curry

Gloria Naylor…Bailey’s Café

Katherine Hall Page…The Body in the Gallery

Brooke Parkhurst…Belle In the Big Apple

Joanne Pence…The Da Vinci Cook

Lou Jane Temple…The Spice Box

Jeanne Ray…Eat Cake

Madeline Smith…The Lemon Jelly Cake

Karen Stolz…The World of Pies

Abigail Stone…Recipes from the Dump

Eleanor Widner…Up From Orchard Street



updated August 23, 2012