Baking is an alchemical process for Corinna Chapman. At four am she starts work at Earthly Delights, her bakery in Calico Alley.
But one morning Corinna receives a threatening note saying 'The wages of sin is death' and finds a syringe in her cat's paw. A blue-faced junkie has collapsed in the dark alley and a mysterious man with beautiful eyes appears with a plan for Corinna and her bread. Then it is Goths, dead drug addicts, witchcraft, a homeless boy and a missing girl and it seems she will never get those muffins cooked in time. .
With flair, chutzpah and a talent for kneading, Corinna Chapman will find out who exactly is threatening her life and bake some beautiful bread. .
EARTHLY DELIGHTS is part of the Corinna Chapman series. .
THE CORINNA CHAPMAN SERIES: .
Book 1: Earthly Delights.
Book 2: Heavenly Pleasures.
Book 3: Devil's Food.
Book 4: Trick or Treat.
Book 5: Forbidden Fruit.
Book 6: Cooking the Books.
If you'd like to find out more about Corinna, her bakery and her recipes, log on to earthlydelights.net.au. .
If you liked Corinna Chapman, you will love Kerry Greenwood’s elegant and unflappable sleuth, Phryne Fisher – brought to stunning life in the ABC TV series, Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries. .
MISS FISHER’S MURDER MYSTERIES: .
Book 1: Cocaine Blues.
Book 2: Flying Too High.
Book 3: Murder on the Ballarat Train.
Book 4: Death at Victoria Dock.
Book 5: The Green Mill Murder.
Book 6: Blood and Circuses.
Book 7: Ruddy Gore.
Book 8: Urn Burial.
Book 9: Raisins and Almonds.
Book 10: Death Before Wicket.
Book 11: Away with the Fairies.
Book 12: Murder in Montparnasse.
Book 13: The Castlemaine Murders.
Book 14: Queen of the Flowers.
Book 15: Death by Water.
Book 16: Murder in the Dark.
Book 17: Murder on a Midsummer Night.
Book 18: Dead Man's Chest.
Book 19: Unnatural Habits.
Book 20: Murder and Mendelssohn.
A Question of Death: An illustrated Phryne Fisher treasury.
PRAISE FOR KERRY GREENWOOD: .
'Greenwood provides us with lavish helpings of the ingredients essential to good popular fiction: food, frocks, furnishings and some essential frolics beneath the sheets' - Sydney Morning Herald on Murder in Montparnasse