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by G. A. McKevett

eBook Cooked Goose: A Savannah Reid Mystery download ISBN: 1575663597
Author: G. A. McKevett
Publisher: Kensington Books; 1st edition (December 1, 1998)
Language: English
Pages: 296
ePub: 1457 kb
Fb2: 1135 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Mystery
Subcategory: Mystery

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Read Cooked Goose, by . McKevett online on Bookmate – Blue-eyed and big-boned private detective Savannah Reid took the mystery scene by storm in Just Desserts, Bitter Sweets, and Killer Calorie. Blue-eyed and big-boned private detective Savannah Reid took the mystery scene by storm in Just Desserts, Bitter Sweets, and Killer Calories. Now the sexy, Southern-born heroine with the black belt in karate is back, keeping the streets of exclusive San Carmelita, California, safe while indulging both her passion for food and her appetite for solving crim. t’s hard to get into the Christmas spirit when the Santa Ana winds are blowing at a balmy ninety degrees.

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Blue-eyed and big-boned private detective Savannah Reid took the mystery scene by storm in Just Desserts, Bitter Sweets, and Killer Calories. Now the sexy, Southern-born heroine with the black belt in karate is back, keeping the streets of exclusive San Carmelita, California, safe while indulging both her passion for food and her appetite for solving crime.

McKevett has written a great cozy mystery series. As her characters grow, her stories remain original.

Savannah Reid, Book 4. By: G. Narrated by: Dina Pearlman. Series: Savannah Reid, Book 4. Length: 7 hrs and 28 mins. A sexy, Southern-born private detective Savannah Reid is back, keeping the streets of exclusive San Carmelita, California, safe. Join her while she indulges both her passion for food and her appetite for solving crime. McKevett and the Kensington Publishing Corp. P)2012 Audible, Inc. More from the same. McKevett has written a great cozy mystery series. I highly recommend this book and series to fans of cozy mysteries.

Determined to rid the world of a rapist who dons a Santa suit to attack women at a local shopping mall, food connoisseur and P.I. Savannah Reid is delighted to find that one of her self-defense pupils--Markie Bloss--fought off the attacker, and is hired to be Markie's bodyguard to find a killer amidst the holiday mayhem. 25,000 first printing.
Comments: (7)
Lucam
The main ingredient is the overweight butch (if I'm allowed to use that word) cantankerous,forty plus, gourmet Savannah Reid. Good sub-plot about her family back in Georgia and good minor characters. No animals but two animalistic five-year olds. The main plot, about a serial rapist cop-killer, rather creaks. It's more of a thriller than a mystery because the killer's identity is made obvious early on. A hilarious opening scene.
It's probably unfair to compare this with Sue Grafton just because it's a female private eye set in a California beach resort town - you can't copyright the West Coast and anyway Chandler got there first - but comparisons keep coming to mind and Grafton is a superioir litarary product. McKevett does not have Grafton's (sometime over-prolix) gift for scene-setting. Her tone is not as ironic and she gets preachy and sentimental. Grafton is all first person whereas this is told from Savannah's POV but sometimes switches to the murderer's or victim's point-of-view. Recipes for cornbread that involves melted bacon fat and for a stuffing (apparently called dressing in Georgia) that assumes you've made the cornbread and uses that as an ingredient, and then uses 6 ounces of butter. Does Savannah ever get her cholesterol checked? It was my first McKevett and I ordered two more paperbacks
Maridor
I read about 50 pages (maybe even not that much) and deleted it. Sorry, not a fan of really dark mysteries. I have enjoyed the series (reading them in order) but this one was just not my cup of tea. Way too grisly.
Qiahmagha
Enjoyable read as always from G.A. MCKevett!! I was so happy to find this book available on my Kindle.
I have read many of the Savannah Reid books but I'm catching up on older ones I missed. This was a
great book.....kept me guessing til it was revealed and the surprise ending with her sister made this
story very engaging. Thank You Ms.
McKevett!
uspeh
I really enjoy the Savannah Reid series. I started from the beginning, and am working my way through each of the books in order. I just finished Cooked Goose and have started on Sugar & Spite. They are highly entertaining and I find myself laughing at Savannah's quick-witted comments and her relationship with all the colorful characters in the books. I highly recommend these books to anyone who enjoys mystery novels and can't wait to get to Book #20, Killer Gourmet.
Hatе&love
This book was a little more rough than her other books. There was a few twists in the plot. i guess that the subject matter is rough to begin with and I was not expecting her to write about this subject. She did an excellent job though.
Delan
All the books in this series are great
Gozragore
At the time of this reading I have read 16 of this series. This book was the best so far. It showed murder and then healing. Savannah is a saint to everyone. Great story.
I've listened to the whole series and love it!