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Betty posts on 3/20/2005 3:46:08 PM I loved the book To die for. I would love to get the recipe for the Krispy Kreme doughnut pudding in the book. Most of the recipes I found on the internet have fruit in them. Thanks. Betty
sue posts on 3/9/2005 10:55:53 PM I have to agree with many comments made in relation to how different this book was, because it was written in the first person narrative. Fortunately, Ms Howard's skill as an author has not let her down, and the result is the lighthearted read that "To Die For" is. Please someone direct me to the Krispy Creme Bread Pudding recipe!! For the critics of this book, at least you got to hear about a really wicked dessert recipe, if you got nothing else out of this book!!
Trish posts a bold assertion on 3/9/2005 12:21:07 PM You can go to Amazon. I think she has one coming up during the summer, but it's not a continuation of "To Die For".

Angela posts on 3/9/2005 12:58:36 AM Is there anywhere that we can go to find out when Linda Howards new books will be coming out and if there is any books coming out with Blairs sister. I read To Die For and loved it. I would like to know more about these characters. This book was diffrent and funny, I don't usually like first person but this book was well written and kept me interested.
Flo and Louise posts on 3/5/2005 4:23:47 AM Is the Krispy Kreme Bread Pudding in "To Die For" real or fiction?? If real, would it be possible to get the exact ingredients and measurements? The officers here, like those in the book, would surely enjoy it! Thank you for any response!
Sue posts on 3/5/2005 12:35:09 AM I just finished the above book and found it hiliarious! This was a change from Linda's other books, which I also like, but just wanted you to know I liked her sense of humor in this book and would like to see her write about Blair's other sisters.
Laura LYnn posts on 3/4/2005 9:21:56 PM This is the first book by Linda Howard I've read. Please tell me she's got something better. It was so repetitive! The sex scenes, the list. The main character, Blair, was the most one-dimensional character - I couldn't stand her! Her relationship with Wyatt was boring - I kept waiting for him to dump her again to make the story somewhat interesting. I've read many books that I found suspenseful, and this was not in the least suspenseful. There was no real development of suspects. Should I give up on this author? From the reviews I've read, she's got better stuff.
Stephanie posts on 3/3/2005 2:55:50 AM I just loved reading To Die For. Linda Howard is great, All her books are fun and are well put together.I will be happy to read any thing with Linda Howards name on it!!
Trish posts on 3/2/2005 2:33:20 PM I too was unhappy when I heard the news that "To Die For" was written in the first person, I don't care much for that type of books. So I waited and waited to read the book. However, I found out that I did like it and that it was funny. I hear people saying that LH made a mistake by writing this book the way she did, but I just think she is a writer/an artist and like many of them, like to try different forms of expressing themselves. This book migh not be my favorite LH book, but it was fun to read.
carole posts on 2/22/2005 2:04:37 PM You should read "After the Night". That is my favorite book of her's.
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