Is the "Holy Pail" cursed? Every owner of
the vintage Chappy Wheeler lunchbox–a
prototype based on the 1940s TV western–has died. And now Sterling Price,
business tycoon and a client of Odelia
Grey's law firm, has been fatally poisoned.
Is it a coincidence that Price's one-of-a-kind
lunch pail–worth over thirty grand–has
disappeared at the same time?
Treading cautiously since a recent run-in
with a bullet, Odelia takes small bites of
this juicy, calorie-free mystery–and is soon
ravenous for more! Her research reveals a
sixty-year-old unsolved murder and Price's
gold-digging ex-fiancée with two married
men wrapped around her breasts . . . uh,
finger. Mix in a surprise marriage proposal
that sends an uncertain Odelia into chocolate
sedation, and you've got an unruly
recipe for delicious disaster.
Click here to download Book Club Questions for The Curse of the Holy Pail, prepared by author Sue Ann Jaffarian!
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