Thursday, May 14, 2015

Culinary Crime I: Mystery Readers Journal (31:1)

The latest issue of the Mystery Readers Journal: Culinary Crime I (Volume 31:1) is now available as a PDF. Hardcopy to follow shortly. To order a print copy go HERE and scroll down. If you contributed to this issue, don't fear! Culinary Crime II will be out this summer. We're still looking for more Author! Author! essays for this issue. Let me know if you'd like to contribute!

[cover]Culinary Crime I
Volume 31, No. 1, Spring 2015

Buy this back issue! Available in hardcopy or as a downloadable PDF.


  • My Criminal Cookbook Collection by Mary Anderson Seeger
  • Food… It's Complicated by Jill Vassilakos-Long
  • What Exactly Is a Red Herring? by Kate White
  • Bad Taste Leads to Crime by Katherine Hall Page
  • Food for Thoughts by J.L Abramo
  • Food as Memory and Murder by Ellie Alexander
  • Murder in Provence by Julianne Balmain
  • Fat Cats and Dessert Bars by Janet Cantrell
  • Bon App├ętit by R.E. Conary
  • Murder On The Menu by Matt Coyle
  • I'm a Good Eater by Lesley A. Diehl
  • Eating Up Mystery by Vinnie Hansen
  • Food Is a Family Affair by Kari Larsen
  • Don't Read While Hungry by Edith Maxwell
  • How Five Authors Became Serial Killers by Lise McClendon
  • Is It Dinner Time Yet? by Mary McHugh
  • Will Write for Foodies: Mystery Lovers Kitchen
  • Historic Haute Cuisine by Amy Myers
  • You Are What You Eat by Russell Hill
  • Mysteries, Fudge and Vacation Spots by Nancy Coco
  • Welcome to My Luau by Neil Plakcy
  • Dying for a Daiquri? by Cindy Sample
  • When in Rome… Eat as the Romans Ate by Steven Saylor
  • Food Fights by B.K. Stevens
  • Mangia! by David P. Wagner
  • Kitchen Nightmares—Mystery Style by Tracy Weber
  • How I Use Food in My Books by Reba White Williams
  • Murder in Retrospect: Reviews by L.J. Roberts and Lesa Holstine
  • Crossword: Hail to the Chef by Verna Suit
  • Children's Hour: Food Mysteries by Gay Toltl Kinman
  • Crime Seen: A Cook's Tour of Christie and CSI by Kate Derie
  • In Short: Food and the Mystery by Marvin Lachman
  • Really Murderous Menus by Cathy Pickens
  • From the Editor's Desk by Janet Rudolph

1 comment:

Edith Maxwell said...

I'm delighted to be part of this issue!