Mark Twain wrote: I make it a point never to smoke more than one cigar at a time.
Average Rating: 4.0
Food critic Dorothy Daniels indulges in her homicidal urges by murdering her lovers and devouring their organs in this intense, visceral, and lushly told tale of food, sex, power, and the pursuit of a very particular taste set between New York and Italy.
Written in the style of a memoir, this literary thriller stands out as quite unusual. The elaborate descriptions of food (most of which are totally unfamiliar to me) and the context in which they appear is almost jarring. And I'm impressed with Hillary Huber's unabashed performance of this audiobook. I must say, it's one of the weirdest stories I've ever heard.
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