By Nell Hampton
The stylish Orangery at Kensington Palace is the best environment for the bridal bathe of Carrie Ann Cole’s top friend’s sister. own chef to the royal kin, Carrie Ann’s pie topic is of course successful. yet a waiter later keels over lifeless into the lemon meringue pie she leaves as a thank-you to the employees and Carrie Ann realizes that someone slipped a mickey into that meringue.
Her floury fingerprints are all over the place that pie and the professionals suspect her misery is a cover-up for homicide. Carrie Ann needs to got down to transparent her identify if she desires to remain at her dream task any more. yet all too quickly, one other physique drops within the Orangery. This time, it’s the Orangery chef.
Murder won’t crimp her type, and as our bodies pile up, Carrie Ann uncovers palace intrigue, London nightlife, and British pies scouring for the killer in Lord of the Pies, the witty follow-up to Nell Hampton’s Kale to the Queen.