French Fried

  • Title: French Fried
  • Author: Kylie Logan
  • ISBN: 9780425274897
  • Page: 119
  • Format: Paperback
  • French Fried Poison du JourThe Statue of Liberty is years old and for the struggling residents of Hubbard Ohio any opportunity to bring in tourists is reason enough for a celebration Laurel Inwood and her a
    Poison du JourThe Statue of Liberty is 130 years old, and for the struggling residents of Hubbard, Ohio, any opportunity to bring in tourists is reason enough for a celebration Laurel Inwood and her aunt, Sophie, are pitching in Sophie s Terminal at the Tracks, a former greasy spoon turned charming ethnic eatery, will be offering French cuisine for the entire week.For exPoison du JourThe Statue of Liberty is 130 years old, and for the struggling residents of Hubbard, Ohio, any opportunity to bring in tourists is reason enough for a celebration Laurel Inwood and her aunt, Sophie, are pitching in Sophie s Terminal at the Tracks, a former greasy spoon turned charming ethnic eatery, will be offering French cuisine for the entire week.For expert help with their quiche and escargot, the ladies turn to Raquel Rocky Arnaud, a former French chef and friend of Sophie What looks like a match made in heaven turns rank as quickly as buttermilk on a summer s day Rocky turns up dead and when her nightly red wine shows notes of oak, cinnamon, and poison, Laurel turns from souffle to sleuthCLUDES A RECIPE

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    1. Laurel Inwood has quite a bit on her mind. She's helping her adoptive aunt, Sophie, with her restaurant, Terminal at the Track. Her aunt is busy recuperating from surgery. However, this is not a permanent situation and Laurel needs to think about her future. First, she is going to help out with French cuisine week at the restaurant. With the help of Sophie's best friend Rocky, everything should go well.When Rocky ends up dead, Laurel is determined to find out the reason. The police are convinced [...]

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    2. Bonjour! The Ethnic Eats series from Kylie Logan is a unique culinary cozy that will quickly become a favorite. I eagerly wait to see what international cuisine will be featured next. The touch of history weaved into the mystery is always interesting. This author knows how to pull things out of thin air and make them all come together and make complete sense. This mystery is complicated with so many layers. She is truly gifted at this and it makes the story move at a steady pace. It is filled wi [...]

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    3. Hubbard, Ohio, is celebrating the 130th anniversary of the Statue of Liberty, and Terminal on the Tracks is getting into the act by featuring French food. Laurel has worked hard on the menu with the help of Sophie’s friend Rocky. Rocky has been looking forward to the festival, but she starts to act weird when it kicks off. After missing the fireworks, Laurel goes to Rocky’s house to find Rocky dead. But why would someone want to kill her?This book features a nice twist on things as Laurel fi [...]

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    4. The is the second book in the Ethnic data mystery. Kyle Logan has been a favorite author of mine since I read the first Button book. This book did not disappoint me. The characters became friends at once and I was able to follow the story. The town of Hubbard, Ohio is celebrating the 130 anniversary of the gift of the Statue Of Liberty from France. The Terminal is featuring French cuisine dishes for the week. A friend of Sophia, Rocky Arnaud plan to help with the dishes featured is found dead wi [...]

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    6. Yesterday I read French Fried by Kylie Logan. This is the second book in the Ethnic Eats Mystery Series. I have to say that I thought this was going to be a very predictable cozy and "pardon my pun" a cookie cutter of those I have read before but this had a great twist and Kylie did not take the easy way out with this mystery. I enjoyed it, more then I had thought I would, with in the first six chapters I was sure I had this storyline all figured out, but I didn't and it was so much better than [...]

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    7. French Fried is the second book in the An Ethnic Eats Mystery series.The residents of Hubbard are looking forward the celebration of the Statue of Liberty. Local organic gardener, Rachel “Rocky” Arraud, grew up in France and is helping Laurel and Sophie come up with a French menu for The Terminal at the Track diner. One of the items of celebration is the appearance of author Aurore Brisson who is town to sign books and a discussion of her book. As the discussion period is about to begin, Roc [...]

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    8. openbooksociety/article/frFrench FriedEthnic Eats Mystery, Book #2By Kylie LoganISBN13: 9780425274897Author website: kylielogan/Brought to you by OBS reviewer KaytSynopsis:Poison du JourThe Statue of Liberty is 130 years old, and for the struggling residents of Hubbard, Ohio, any opportunity to bring in tourists is reason enough for a celebration. Laurel Inwood and her aunt, Sophie, are pitching in. Sophie’s Terminal at the Tracks, a former greasy spoon turned charming ethnic eatery, will be o [...]

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    9. Oh là là. Auteur Kylie Logan nous donne le goût de la France.The first book in the Ethnic Eats Mysteries, IRISH STEWED, was such a great story that it was hard waiting a year for the release of FRENCH FRIED. When I finally got it in my hands, I settled in for the cozy read I had be looking forward to. I absolutely enjoyed being in Hubbard, OH again, and I simply adore Sophie’s Terminal at the Tracks restaurant. I fell in love with the building the first time I “walked” into it in book o [...]

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    10. While I don't find this to be one of the strongest cozy series out there, I do find the mysteries in it thus far to be fairly enjoyable. Throughout this one, the main character is still struggling to accept her relationships with the new people in her life and her current circumstances, and I find her somewhat unlikable in her insistence on not making connections, but, without giving spoilers, I think she may start coming around in future books. Advance e-galley provided by Netgalley and the pub [...]

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    11. Questa serie si dimostra vincente anche con il secondo libro e spero che prosegua a lungo. Bella la storia gialla, con tanti colpevoli possibili e colpi di scena fino alla fine; buona anche la storia personale della protagonista; molto piacevole il modo di scrivere, tanto che è difficile mettere giù il libro (l'ereader). Mi domando se prima o poi l'autrice metterà in scena la cucina italiana

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    12. Registered on Bookcrossing: bookcrossing/journal/1Great book! I love a good cozy mystery where the main character isn't ditzy or whiny. I'm looking forward to the next one in this series to see what happens in Laurel's life.

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    13. French Fried by Kylie Logan is the second book in An Ethnic Eats Mystery series. Laurel Inwood has been in Hubbard, Ohio for the last six months running Sophie’s Terminal at the Tracks. It was supposed to be for a short time while Sophie had her knee surgery and recovered. Recently, Sophie suffered another knee injury requiring Laurel to extend her stay. Hubbard is getting ready for their Statute of Liberty Festival to celebrate the 130th anniversary of the landmark. Terminal at the Tracks wil [...]

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    14. Synopsis:Poison du JourThe Statue of Liberty is 130 years old, and for the struggling residents of Hubbard, Ohio, any opportunity to bring in tourists is reason enough for a celebration. Laurel Inwood and her aunt, Sophie, are pitching in. Sophie's Terminal at the Tracks, a former greasy spoon turned charming ethnic eatery, will be offering French cuisine for the entire week.For expert help with their quiche and escargot, the ladies turn to Raquel "Rocky" Arnaud, a former French chef and friend [...]

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    15. This is an excellent mystery, with an intricate multiple plots and a surprise murder victim right at the start, without a clear murderer or cause. Like all good mysteries, the reader is able to follow along as clues are revealed, joining the main character, Laurel Inwood, in solving the crime.As the reader is in shock at the discovery of the murder victim, someone we had just be introduced to a few pleasant pages earlier (with no hint of her upcoming fate), the police detective is most kind. As [...]

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    16. 3.75 StarsReviewed by WendySexual Content: NoneLanguage Content: NoneViolent Content: MinimalLaura Inwood and her aunt Sophie are helping to celebrate the 130 th birthday of the Statue of Liberty, by offering French food for a week, at Sophie’s eatery. A former French chef and now a local farmer, “Rocky” Arnaud is helping them with the cuisine for the café. At a book signing with author Aurore Brisson, “Rocky” shows up drunk, accusing the author of stealing her friends work and publis [...]

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    17. 3.75 starsLaurel Inwood has trust issues, having grown up in the world of foster care. She eventually found a loving home, so she would do most anything to help out her sort of Aunt Sophie. And that included leaving the world of Hollywood and her job as a personal chef to help Sophie temporarily run a restaurant in Nowhere Ohio.But the restaurant was not the chic French bistro that Sophie had described -- it was more of a small town diner. So, Laurel isn't planning on hanging around, despite the [...]

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    18. I recently discovered this author and read all of her books in the series of League of Literary Ladies. I enjoyed her writing so much that when I saw this book, I decided to give it a try.It was a fun read, but it seems to follow a "cozy formula." Our protagonist is Laura who has moved to town after losing her job as a private chef to a Hollywood star. Her "aunt" has a restaurant and needs someone to help her while she recovers from knee replacement surgery. When a dear friend of Sophie dies, th [...]

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    19. Sophie, Rocky and Laurel gather at the Book Nook to hear Aurore Brisson, the French author of Yesterday’s Passion, speak. But after Rocky reads passages from the book, she publicly accuses Aurore of stealing the novel from her friend who recently died. The next day, at a celebration, a Statue of Liberty expert, Andrew MacLain, appears to speak. When Rocky sees him, she grows pale and takes off running. A short time later, Rocky is found dead.Declan Fury, Rocky’s attorney, has more than a pas [...]

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    20. In this, the second book in the Ethnic Eats mystery series (after Irish Stewed), it’s been six months and Laurel Inwood is still helping her “aunt” Sophie at Sophie’s Terminal at the Tracks, and this week the Terminal is featuring French cuisine with the help of Sophie’s friend, Rocky. At the same time, Hubbard, Ohio, is celebrating the birthday of the Statue of Liberty, complete with parade and talks from the author of a new book on the subject. Laurel and Sophie feel that Rocky is ac [...]

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    21. I'm really enjoying this series so far. At first I had trouble connecting with Laurel, the main character. She sometimes comes across as cold and uncaring, she has trust issues and seems to be playing the lone wolf a bit too well. However, once you get her background story you can understand why she is the way she is and you start to feel bad for her and root for her to let go of those old resentments and embrace the "family" she is finding in Ohio. Her personal growth in book 2 was subtle but r [...]

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    22. In this 'French' version of this excellent series, our heroine, Laurel Inwood is shocked and determined to find out how a great friend of her Aunt Sophie has died. Laurel also must decide just where 'home' is for her. Is it a new job for a Senator, or has the Terminal restaurant in Hubbard, Ohio become more valuable than she realizes in her life?Then we have the increasing courtship of a handsome lawyer and Laurel, will Declan win the chase?All these above questions are floating as Hubbard, Ohio [...]

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    23. Great followup to Irish Stewed. Kylie Logan has written another wonderful cozy, full of entertaining characters, a well plotted mystery, several suspects and motives and some yummy food. Celebrating the 130th birthday of the Statue of Liberty, Laurel, Sophie and the gang are doing The Terminal up right - French food. Sophie's long time friend and former French chef, Rocky is even helping out. Her fresh herbs will do the food up right. Things definitely go wrong when Rocky is found dead. That get [...]

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    24. Splendid read by one of my favorite cozy mystery authors! This is the 2nd Ethnic Eats Mystery but it could be read alone without feeling terribly confused about the series. While some authors seem to repeat themselves or struggle to come up with new ideas, Kylie Logan always seems to provide a fresh and spirited story.I read a lot of mysteries and am happy when I have not guessed the solution early in the book. Ms. Logan's novels flow so well that so she does not commit that common mistake of ex [...]

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    25. At first, I had the same reservations about this book as I did with the 1st in the series--the main character, Laurel. She us just plain hard to like in both the 1st book, and partly in this one. What I realized during this story is that she is prickly, aloof, and sometimes cold for reasons that make sense, and that she is still evolving and, frankly, starting to thaw, to open up to the possibility of her own worth and to relationships with others. Realizing that, I found myself seriously rootin [...]

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    26. This series is really growing on me. I wasn't crazy about the first installment although that plot was good. This plot was very good and with twists and turns that I didn't see coming (and I pride myself on always figuring out the "whodunit" before the puzzle is complete). Plus, I am actually liking the protagonist. Her character was developed much better this time around and I could see personal struggle in her rather than the laissez-faire attitude she exhibited in "Irish Stewed." Really a goo [...]

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    27. Really enjoying this series. Laurel has French food featured at the Terminal. In honor of the French giving the Statue of Liberty to the US. Her friend brings herbs from her garden to help garnish some of the dishes. But Rocky isn't her self and when she doesn't answer her phone,Laurel and Declan go to her home and find her dead. The police say it is suicide and Laurel isn't buying it. So she goes on the crusade to find out what really happened. Read how it all turns out.

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    28. This story has it all!! A 40 year old murder solved, and 2 recent murders solved. Plus a secret identity and secret adoption revealed and plagiarism of an old book. Unfortunately, a friend and character in the story dies. There's a book-signing and holiday parade that starts Rocky thinking about the past and mysteries. Laurel finds a home and family and there are recipes! Could not put this down. Can't wait for the next story to see how Laurel, Sophie and Declan characters grow!!

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    29. Okay, after Sayers it's not comparable, but the four stars is really for consideration in the realm of 'cozy' mysteries. Some wonderful red herrings, and I loved that in this case the heroine is fighting against the feeling of home and the hot guy (usually the heroine is already involved in the local politics, invested in the community, and the hot guy is a given), so this wasn't bad. I'd probably read Logan again, when I'm in the mood for a fluff book.

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    30. Another delight from Kylie Logan well written and fun to stick with. Easy to read in a single sitting if you have the time. Lots of twists in this one, with plenty of suspects, kept me guessing right till the end. Love the ethnic foods in this series, and the background romance that's going on with the Irish lad. Love this author!

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