In the quaint bilingual town of Saint-Aubaine, Quebec, north of Ottawa, Fiona Silk, a failed romance writer with no sex-life (coincidence?), tries to keep a low profile with only her Samoyed, Tolstoy, for company despite the relentless efforts of her gregarious and peculiar friends.
In Lament for a Lounge Lizard all eyes are on her when her former lover is found dead in Fiona’s four-poster. The police take a dim view of this sort of thing and the village gossips are having way too much fun. While tongues are wagging in both official languages and the body count rises, Fiona needs to discover the real killer with the help of her fourteen-year-old helper, Josey Thring, before she ends up keeping that low-profile behind bars.
In Too Hot to Handle Fiona’s writing career is still tanking and her tiny house may be sold for unpaid taxes. Her new agent’s idea of an erotic cookbook would be easier to pull off if Fiona had a sex life or a working oven. But needs must. Soon bad things are happening to other people and Fiona’s little home is in flames. And of course, people are talking. Can Fiona stop a killer before her own goose is cooked? Warning: contains recipes.
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