Death dines in
Sink your teeth into these delicacies from today's masters of mystery -- sixteen slices of life and death, peppered with peril, seasoned with suspense, and marinated with malice. New York Times bestselling author Anne Perry introduces her newest sleuth, Justice Thelonius Quade, in "Sing a Song of Sixpence" -- in which a horrible host gets his just desserts during Christmas dinner. Midnight Louie smells something fishy at an all-you-can-eat fugu dinner in Carole Nelson Douglas's "License to Koi." A tea party ends early for antiques dealer Clive Swain and his ex-wife Lara in "Stark Terror at Tea-time" by Lyn Hamilton. These and thirteen other tales are sure to satisfy your craving for crime fiction -- so pull up a chair and get ready for sixteen courses of mystery's very best...served with recipes on the side. Book jacket.