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Mixology and Murder - Cocktails Inspired by Infamous Serial Killers Cold Cases Cults and Other Disturbing True Crime Stories - cover

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Mixology and Murder - Cocktails Inspired by Infamous Serial Killers Cold Cases Cults and Other Disturbing True Crime Stories

Kierra Sondereker

Publisher: Ulysses Press

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Summary

Pour yourself a drink and discover your latest true crime obsession—with seventy-five deliciously chilling cocktails and the infamous stories that inspired them. 
 
From terrifying serial killers to baffling cold cases and secretive cults, murderinos can’t get enough of true crime. Now, you have yet another way to dive into these horrifyingly true stories with a first-of-its-kind cocktail book that gives a new meaning to the phrase “bad and boozy.”  
 
Inside Mixology and Murder, you’ll find 75 step-by-step drink recipes alongside the terrifying stories that inspired them, from must-know cases like JonBenét Ramsey and Ted Bundy to lesser-known stories like the Ant Hill Kids cult and the Circleville Letter Writer. This cocktail book is your go-to resource for true crime info and delightfully boozy drinks, including: * Fugitive Fizz * Sazer-Ax Murderer * The Perfect Lime (Mojito) * Amityville Amaretto * Colada Confessions * In Cold Blood Orange * and more!  
 
Mixology and Murder is perfect for any true crime junkie who knows that sometimes the best way to deal with the excitement of a serial killer finally getting caught—or the frustration of finding out that the case is still unsolved—is a good, strong drink.
Available since: 10/19/2021.
Print length: 175 pages.

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