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by Tamar Myers

Thou Shalt Not Grill (Pennsylvania Dutch Mysteries with Recipes) download ebook
ISBN:
0451211138
ISBN13:
978-0451211132
Author:
Tamar Myers
Publisher:
NAL Hardcover (February 3, 2004)
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Pages:
240 pages
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1192 kb
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1880 kb
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Mystery
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Rating:
4.4

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The book, "Thou Shalt Not Grill", has an attractive cover along with that quirky title, so I decided to give it a try. It is the first book of the Pennsylvania Dutch Mystery series by Tamar Myers that I've read

The book, "Thou Shalt Not Grill", has an attractive cover along with that quirky title, so I decided to give it a try. It is the first book of the Pennsylvania Dutch Mystery series by Tamar Myers that I've read. Even though this book follows several others in the series, it works well as a standalone. The dialogue that Myers uses is terrific! She uses similes, metaphors, analogies, and humor that made me smile and laugh frequently throughout the book. Being from California, one of my favor lines The book, "Thou Shalt Not Grill", has an attractive cover along with that.

Books in this series are officially identified with the line, A Pennslyvania-Dutch Mystery with Recipes. It is also called the "Magdalena Yoder series" after the protagonist and sleuth. The author is Tamar Myers. The series is a set in Pennsylvania Dutch country. The first novel in the series is Too Many Crooks Spoil the Broth. The protagonist, Magdalena Yoder runs a bed and breakfast

Tamar Myers, who is of Mennonite background, is the author of the Penn Dutch mysteries and the Den of Antiquity series. She grew up in the Belgian Congo, where her parents were missionaries.

Tamar Myers, who is of Mennonite background, is the author of the Penn Dutch mysteries and the Den of Antiquity series. I guess they were meant to be humorous, but it just struck me as insensitive to belittle those beliefs, not that they are my beliefs, well, it just made me uncomfortable to read them, I guess. Plus the character seemed always to gleefully overcharge individuals that seemed to be visiting a supposedly Amish area, and I guess I am used to other mystery writing styles, so these were not as interesting to me and my taste.

Thou Shalt Not Grill An Amish Bed and Breakfast Mystery with Recipes Tamar Myers . Praise for Tamar Myers’s Pennsylvania Dutch Mysteries

This ebook is licensed to you for your personal enjoyment only. This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents are either products of the writer’s imagination or are used fictitiously and are not to be construed as real. Praise for Tamar Myers’s Pennsylvania Dutch Mysteries.

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Thou shalt not steal" is one of the Ten Commandments of the Jewish Torah (known to Christians as the first five books of the Old Testament), which are widely understood as moral imperatives by legal scholars, Jewish scholars, Catholic scho.

Thou shalt not steal" is one of the Ten Commandments of the Jewish Torah (known to Christians as the first five books of the Old Testament), which are widely understood as moral imperatives by legal scholars, Jewish scholars, Catholic scholars, and Post-Reformation scholars.

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In this latest Pennsylvania Dutch mystery, innkeeper Magdalena Yoder takes her cooking and detection skills outdoors to celebrate the bicentennial of Hernia, Pennsylvania. But the festivities are cut short when her guest, Buzzy Porter, is murdered. Soon Magdalena has her hands full trying to keep community spirits high, grill the likely suspects-and smoke out the killer.

Hoping to put her culinary skills to work for the celebration of the bicentennial of Hernia, Pennsylvania, innkeeper Magdalena Yoder finds the festivities cut short when one of her guests, Buzzy Porter, is found murdered and she must use her sleuthing talents to find a killer. 30,000 first printing.
Reviews:
  • porosh
The story line was okay, I have read a lot of Tamar Myers books on the Amish theme in this series, several were a few years ago. I found the newer books, less to my taste, it seems that even though the author is Amish background, there are a lot of comments that make light of the Amish beliefs, and it became annoying after reading through the first and then the second book, then I had to struggle to read the remaining ones I purchased, because the author's style of aside remarks meant for the reader, making light of the character's beliefs or lack of something better to say...I don't actually know how to express it, but that trait became irritating, so I skipped through some of the remaining books. I guess they were meant to be humorous, but it just struck me as insensitive to belittle those beliefs, not that they are my beliefs, well, it just made me uncomfortable to read them, I guess. Plus the character seemed always to gleefully overcharge individuals that seemed to be visiting a supposedly Amish area, and I guess I am used to other mystery writing styles, so these were not as interesting to me and my taste. I'm sure she must have a number of fans, but I got tired of all the puns and putdowns.
  • Pettalo
Read all the books
  • Jonariara
Always a fun read!
  • Wymefw
A buried treasure in a time capsule is sought after, and the thieves don't leave murder out of their options. Another winner by Tamar Myers, this book features two of her newest characters, a pre-teen foster daughter and Magdalena's Jewish mother-in-law-to-be, who is at her best squaring off with the inn's fiesty Amish cook, Freni. Mag's run-ins with Melvin are in top form. Fast, fun reading.
  • Felolak
great read
  • Thozius
good as always.
  • Tansino
Great Book
I like reading Tamar Myers books because they are cute, I love her lead character and laugh at how often she gets into real disasters! The only thing I don't like is that I have read so many of them that I am tired o hearing about her big feet and flat chest and the dog in her sister's bra. I understand these things are repeated because some may only read one book and be done, What do other authors do? I don't recall reading the same descriptions over and over in other series. Maybe they have found another way to say them so I am not thinking "What a repeater!" Despite this I will probably read all the rest of the books because I keep hoping poor Magdalena Portulaca Yoder will one day find happiness!