Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Passover Mysteries

Another holiday, another list. This one is short, so supplement this list with some wonderful Passover chocolate. I've put together several Passover chocolate treats to make or buy on my DyingforChocolate blog. Don't miss my flourless chocolate cake recipe. It'll take about a half hour to make and bake. No mystery there. It's sinfully delicious. Have a good holiday.

The Passover Murder by Lee Harris
The Passover Plot by Hugh J. Schonfield

Love to have more books to add to this list. Feel free to comment.

The next issue of the Mystery Readers Journal will focus on Crime for the Holidays (Volume 25:1).This issue is at the printer and should be out in about a week. I'll be posting the table of contents on the Mystery Readers International website in the next few days.


Peter Rozovsky said...

My favorite Passover mystery are these: Who picked the colors for those jellied fruit-slice candies? And why macaroons?
Detectives Beyond Borders
"Because Murder Is More Fun Away From Home"

Barb Goffman said...

Hi, Janet.
I only this week discovered this Passover short story on the web. A vampire short story, to boot.
Thanks for the list.
Barb Goffman