A Corpse in the Soup

Morgan St. James and Phyllice Bradner

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Sinopsis: When Godiva winds up in the hospital after being poisoned on a TV cooking show, her twin sister Goldie hops on an Alaska Airlines plane and rushes to her side. The sisters' zany romp through the world of celebrity TV chefs begins when Goldie's daughter Chili is hired by the star of the show. Rivalry turns to murder in the midst of the glitzy Gourmet Gladiators Tournament . The cops arrest Chili's new boss, Chef Caesar Romano, but Godiva has other plans for the handsome chef, and Goldie doesn't want her daughter to lose a chance at stardom, so the twins set out to prove that he is innocent. Their Jewish mother and grumpy uncle-former vaudeville magicians-help them stir the pot, but in the end Goldie and Godiva find themselves in some very hot water.

About the Author: MORGAN ST. JAMES and her husband, radiologist/photographer Hubert Kottlove, split time between homes in Los Angeles and Las Vegas. She has three grown children, Scott, Jakki and Jason, a granddaughter Denali and a new half-British grandson named "Tex". Shopping for Dancing Shoes, a story about Morgan and Phyllice's mother, is the lead story in Chicken Soup for the Shopper's Soul. Morgan is a member of Henderson Writers Group. As a partner in an interior design studio, she worked with celebrities, model homes, showrooms and product designs and her design work has appeared in numerous magazines. Morgan served as Director of Design for two residential developers. She was co-owner of a marketing and promotions firm with a specialty in total imaging for small businesses, . Morgan is very well traveled both nationally and internationally and aptly fits the description of road warrior. PHYLLICE BRADNER grew up in Los Angeles and lived in Alaska for 39 years. She is an award-winning graphic designer and published writer, a former antique shop owner, and has been a political print consultant on many statewide campaigns including four gubernatorial races and five candidates for U.S. Senate. PHYLLICE is an accomplished fine artist whose work appears in galleries in Alaska and Oregon. In 2004 she and her late husband Jim Matson moved to a century-old farmhouse in Dayton, Oregon. She has one grown son, Ross. Over the years she has won four Alaska Press Club awards and two National awards for newsletter publications. Phyllice is the co-author of Touring Juneau, a guidebook, and the Juneau Centennial Cookbook. As publication specialist for the Alaska Division of Tourism, she authored many visitor-oriented publications for the State of Alaska. As a free-lance writer and designer, she produced numerous reports and informational pieces for Alaska Native corporations, the Alaska Native Foundation and clients such as British Petroleum, RCA, Sohio, Alaska Legal Servic

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Título: A Corpse in the Soup
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