Review of A Ghost In The Kitchen, Three Ingredients – 2, by Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene — Mark Bierman

April 3, 2020

You know it’s unusual for me to do more than two posts in a week.  However, when I learned the amazing Mark Bierman had posted a review for A Ghost in the Kitchen – Three Ingredients II, I had to share.  I think Granny Phanny just did a back-flip.  I hope you’ll visit Mark to check out his review.

You’re the cat’s pajamas!

A Ghost in the Kitchen -- Three Ingredients 2. Image by Teagan R. Geneviene
A Ghost in the Kitchen — Three Ingredients 2. Image by Teagan R. Geneviene

The Blurb: A Ghost in the Kitchen, Three Ingredients-2 continues the flapper adventures of Paisley Idelle Peabody, aka Pip. It’s a 1920s “pantser” story and a culinary mystery. This time Pip’s pal Andy (from The Three Things Serial Story) returns. Granny Phanny is there too. She’s still trying to teach Pip to cook. […]

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45 thoughts on “Review of A Ghost In The Kitchen, Three Ingredients – 2, by Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene — Mark Bierman

          1. Lol – Me too. I am always a little bit playing with different languages, but finding no time to make my knowledge strong enough. After studying Greece and Latin, i have fun doing so. Otherwise its impossible for me, getting any door open to the languages of the countries of Eastern Europe, or Russia.

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    1. You’re so kind, GP. Thank you. I gave up on getting notifications from WP a long time ago, so it took my by surprise. Thank goodness Robbie Cheadle let me know it was there. I know Mark writes 1920s stories, so I’m particularly pleased that he enjoyed it.
      Meanwhile, the Delta Pearl is on her way to the docks. You’re the cat’s pajamas!

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    1. I remember you talking about that! I hope they’re behaving themselves.
      I hear so many unexplained noises in this house, especially at night… I hope you and Laurie are having a beautiful day. Windy here, I expect it’s even windier where you are. Hugs!

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      1. One never knows about those unexplained noises. A friend old a story about being out in the front yard with another friend and their child. The child tugged on the mother, saying there was a lady in the upper window of the house. Both women turned and saw the apparition. Before that it had always been noises sounding like footsteps on the stairs. Seems to be children and cats to be tuned into such things!

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        1. The woman (of the couple who owned this house just before me) died, relatively young, about a year before I bought it. I had “investigated” the people, wanting to know what kind of people the house belonged to. I’ve always felt that she wanted me to have the place. She was a writer too (if very different from me).
          Yes, cats are definitely tuned-in to that kind of thing. LOL, and they clearly like to try and freak us out. Hugs on the wing!

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