|Cara's Short Story and Recipe Books|
Paris Noir: Capital Crime Fiction
edited by Maxim Jakubowski
From Serpent's Tale
Paris Noir is a collection
of new stories
about the dark side of Paris, with contributions by leading French,
British and American authors who have all either lived or spent a
significant amount of time in Paris. Edited by Maxim Jakubowski, the
stories range from quietly menacing to spectacularly violent, and
include contributions from some of the most famous crime writers from
both sides of the Atlantic, as well as the other side of the Channel.
Read 'Cabaret aux Assasins' Cara's short story set in Montmartre with Irene Adler the woman who outwitted Sherlock Holmes in this anthology of stories in My Sherlock Holmes: Untold Stories of the Great Detective edited by Michael Kurland St. Martins Press
And a #9 on the San Francisco Chronicle Bestseller list!
Follow Cara's interview with Jon Jordan, the Milwaukee mystery man-in- the-know, along with wonderful interviews of Ian Rankin, Val McDermid, Charles Todd, Stephen Booth and you name it...
Take a trip to Ladurée on Place de la Madeleine, arguably the best cup of chocolat chaud hot chocolate in Paris...pg 123 with Vincent a character in Murder in the Bastille.
Chocolate French, - Recipes, Language and Directions to Français au Chocolat editor André K. Crump TCB-Café Publishing
In Murder in the Marais, Aimée's sidetracked for a nanosecond near Place des Vosges by the aroma of warm, upside-down tart tatin apple tart and you will be, too. Find the recipe and excerpt from Murder in the Marais on pg. 200...don't forget to include lots of butter!
A Second Helping of Murder by Jo Grossman-Robert Weibezahl Poisoned Pen Press