Dial M for Meat LoafLarge Print - 2004
But his confession is literally unbelievable!
Enter Sophie Greenway, restaurant review editor for the Minneapolis Times-Register: Sophie is a friend and colleague of John Washburn's daughter -- and when Sophie comes across a family album at the Washburn home, she discovers the photo of a man she knew as a child. That man was John Washburn -- except she knew him under another name. . .
Once again Sophie takes on the role of amateur sleuth. And she unearths a murder plot that is riddled with long-hidden secrets, blackmail, jealousy, and the dire consequences of jumping to conclusions.
All this . . . plus mouth-watering descriptions of good -- including Sophie's preparation of a fabled meat loaf. (The recipe is included in the back pages.)