Health inspector Poppy Markham suspects murder when a popular chef buys the (organic) farm.
Feast in the Field is the event of the season for Austin foodies. A fine-dining affair hosted by the Friends of the Farm, it’s Poppy Markham’s favorite opportunity to drink boutique wine and get the latest scuttlebutt from her pals in the restaurant business. But this year’s hottest dish of gourmet gossip won’t be whispered over a plate of cucumber crudités. Instead, it will be the announcement of the organization’s new president-elect. The competition between the candidates has been hotter than horseradish, and when the winner—uptight restaurateur Dana White—is struck down in her own kitchen, it’s up to Poppy to figure out who took her off the menu.
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I have always been fascinated with the concept of magic. Fairy tales and science fiction have always filled my bookshelves, and I have favored stories that emphasize characters that have ordinary lives, but have extra-ordinary abilities. As a child, I would read and re-read these tales, convinced that there was something more, something hidden... read this article