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by Julie Smith
A Rebecca Schwartz Mystery. booksBnimble Publishing. New Orleans, LA. The Sourdough Wars. All rights are reserved
A Rebecca Schwartz Mystery. All rights are reserved. The Rebecca Schwartz Series.
This book falls in the category often called "Cozy Mysteries," which generally takes a humorous slant on the murder mystery and focuses on foibles and absurdities in human behavior.
The Sourdough Wars is the second volume of Julie Smith's Rebecca Schwartz Mysteries. This book falls in the category often called "Cozy Mysteries," which generally takes a humorous slant on the murder mystery and focuses on foibles and absurdities in human behavior. While I have some difficulty seeing people killing one another as "humorous," Julie Smith does succeed in pointing out the absurdities of human behavior and the disasters that result when these absurdities are carried too far.
The Sourdough Wars is the second volume of Julie Smith's Rebecca Schwartz Mysteries
The Sourdough Wars is the second volume of Julie Smith's Rebecca Schwartz Mysteries. It is set in early 1980's San Francisco where Rebecca is a thirty-year-old attorney with a penchant for finding dead bodies of people she knows. Her very-Jewish mother and successful-lawyer father are, of course, upset and concerned each time it happens.
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The Sourdough Wars book. The mystery was pretty good. Attorney Rebecca Schwartz and her reporter boyfriend Rob, along with Chris, Rebecca's colleague, investigate the death of Chris's lover, Peter
The Sourdough Wars book. Attorney Rebecca Schwartz and her reporter boyfriend Rob, along with Chris, Rebecca's colleague, investigate the death of Chris's lover, Peter. Peter owns a recipe for sourdough that was a family secret and plans to au I picked this book up at a library sale a few weeks ago. This is a pretty old "cozy " mystery, originally published in 1984.
Mystery author Julie Smith was born in Savannah, Georgia in 1944. The Sourdough Wars Rebecca Schwartz Mystery Series (Книги 2).
To you, it's just a frozen lump of dough; but to some, it's life and death. Especially to handsome Peter Martinelli, who wants to auction off the fabled sourdough starter from his family's famous bakery. Mystery author Julie Smith was born in Savannah, Georgia in 1944. She graduated from the University of Mississippi with a degree in journalism. After graduation, she moved to New Orleans and wrote features for the New Orleans Times-Picayune. After a year, she moved to San Francisco and got a job at the San Francisco Chronicle.
Online was always a dangerous place-even in 1994, when Mark Zuckerberg was ten and this book was first published. For San Francisco lawyer Rebecca Schwartz, it should have been a restful weekend in Monterey with her friend Marty Whitehead-but Marty’s boss at the Monterey Aquarium is dead in the kelp tank and Marty’s a guest of the county. So what’s the etiquette when your hostess is arrested for murder? In Rebecca’s case, that’s easy-sign on as her lawyer, try to keep Marty’s kids out of the deep end, and somehow avoid drowning in the sea of lies gushing from her client’s mouth.
Much as I hated to admit it, I thought Esperanza’s nightmarish theory had a lot of merit. Sadie might have been killed for the pearl. She must have had it with her when she went to the roof, perhaps. planning to show it to Julio. But maybe it wasn’t true. I’d made a promise to Esperanza, and it was time to try to keep it. Both Marty and Ricky seemed to be off the hook, but Esperanza was still my client. That was the way with pro bono work-it always took longer than the paying jobs and was usually more difficult.
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