Books by Camilla T. Crespi

THE BREAKFAST CLUB MURDER by Camilla T. Crespi
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Feb. 19, 2014

"Crespi (The Trouble with a Hot Summer, 1997, etc.) describes the cooking prep so lovingly that you may start eating the pages. She's equally affectionate in her depiction of this amiable cozy's heroine, who'll be irresistible to women who've lost a husband to a skinnier upgrade or had to make a new start in midlife."
Romance and cuisine add piquancy to suburban murder. Read full book review >
THE TROUBLE WITH A HOT SUMMER by Camilla T. Crespi
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 1, 1997

"The answer will surprise most readers, even though Crespi's conscientious plotting never makes summer seem all that hot. (Author tour)"
When you suspect that your ex-wife's Valium-aided drowning last year was no accident, but the only evidence your three private eyes have dug up implicates you as the killer, who do you turn to in desperation? Read full book review >
THE TROUBLE WITH A BAD FIT by Camilla T. Crespi
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 1, 1996

"An appendix gives a brief history of the New York fashion industry and a lasagna recipe that'll make it harder to fit into any of those clothes. (Author tour)"
Looks like designer Roberta Riddle's comeback collection for Riddle Solutions has a bumpy road to travel before it reaches the spring/summer show in Bryant Park. Read full book review >
THE TROUBLE WITH GOING HOME by Camilla T. Crespi
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 25, 1995

"In this case the monumental treatment is premature."
The trouble with going home is that murder is the least of your problems. Read full book review >
THE TROUBLE WITH THIN ICE by Camilla T. Crespi
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 1, 1994

"Simona's hardcover debut is marked by competent low-grade sleuthing—and an unusually well-hidden killer."
Dragged to the hills of Connecticut for the wedding of her lover Stanley Greenhouse's friend Kesho Larson, Italian import Simona Griffo finds one rude awakening after another. Read full book review >