Beef Stolen-Off

Beef Stolen Off As the food columnist for The Ranchero Globe Jordan McAllister catches the eye of cattle baron Lucas Santana who invites her to the Cattleman s Ball hoping a positive review from the ball might boo

  • Title: Beef Stolen-Off
  • Author: Liz Lipperman
  • ISBN: 9780425251423
  • Page: 464
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • As the food columnist for The Ranchero Globe, Jordan McAllister catches the eye of cattle baron Lucas Santana, who invites her to the Cattleman s Ball, hoping a positive review from the ball might boost the county s sagging beef sales.To ensure Jordan enjoys herself, Santana sets her up with a prime cowboy companion for the event Rusty Morales Jordan s delighted to go wAs the food columnist for The Ranchero Globe, Jordan McAllister catches the eye of cattle baron Lucas Santana, who invites her to the Cattleman s Ball, hoping a positive review from the ball might boost the county s sagging beef sales.To ensure Jordan enjoys herself, Santana sets her up with a prime cowboy companion for the event Rusty Morales Jordan s delighted to go with him and two step the night away But instead, she winds up in the emergency room where her date is DOA.When Rusty s mother begs her for help, Jordan knows she needs to grab the bull by the horns and get to the bottom of this mystery before she corrals herself into troubleINCLUDES RECIPES

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  • Liz Lipperman

    She writes under the names Liz Lipperman Cozy Mysteries and Lizbeth Lipperman Mainstream Mystery Suspense and Romantic Suspense.


  • Jordan McAllister is the food columnist for the Ranchero Globe even though she is a pretty clueless cook.She may not know much about cuts of beef but Lucas Santana, cattle baron, thinks her column may help boost beef sales so he invites her to the Cattlemen's Ball. He even sets her up with a date for the evening. Unfortunately she doesn't get to know him very well. Shortly after the dinner starts he starts to sweat and have trouble breathing. She winds up at the emergency room where she finds he [...]

  • I had my calendar marked with the release date for the latest Jordan mystery by Liz Lipperman. I then spent all night of the 3rd (my job does not allow me to read mysteries during work hours--bummer) and most of July 4th reading. I believe it was even better than the first installment, "Liver Let Die".I don't do synopsis--you can get that from the back of the book. And, unlike many series, you don't actually have to read the first one to enjoy this second book (but I do highly recommend you do). [...]

  • Jordan McAllister is officially the culinary reporter for the Ranchero Globe! It’s still a far cry from being a sports reporter, but it’s a step up from writing the personals. When the local cattle baron, Lucas Santana, insists that Jordan cover the Cattleman’s Ball, she has no choice – his advertising at the Globe keeps the press printing. When her blind date (Santana’s right hand man) dies in Jordan’s arms at the ball – she’s thrown into yet another murder mystery – and much [...]

  • "You're looking at the new permanent culinary reporter for the Ranchero Globe."Jordan McAllister can not cook her way out of a paper bag but is the food columnist for the local paper. Her first choice for a column would be sports but food is a step up from the personals. Local cattle baron, Lucas Santana invites her to the Cattleman's Ball to extol the virtue of Texas beef. He even provides his right hand man, Rusty Morales, as her date. Jordan is once again pulled into an investigation when Rus [...]

  • Jordan McAllister might be rather clueless when it comes to cooking, but she sure has the readers of the Ranchero Globe fooled with her weekly food columns. She has caught the eye of a local rancher who has invited her to the Cattleman's Ball with the hopes that her review will boost beef sales in the area. He even provided her with a swoon worthy date who unfortunately dies in her arms later that night. Jordan quickly finds herself mixed up in quite a few mysterious involving people scared for [...]

  • The second book of the Clueless Cook Mystery brings Jordan McAllister and the gang back to another murder mystery. Expensive cattle have been stolen by the group and nobody know who's selling them legally across borders. Jordan is now the permanent food columnist (with personal ads on the side) and gets the attention of a local cattle ranch owner, Lucas Santana. He invites her to the Cattleman's Ball with a hunky cowboy, Rusty Morales, as her date in hopes of getting a good review. But wh [...]

  • Jordan and her friends are pretty hilarious, although this introduces a whole cast of new characters and pushes her friends farther to the back. The mystery is full of twists I didn't see coming, and the character development feels real.

  • 3.5+ starsNot quite as good as the 1st book, but still loads of funJordan's caught up in trying to help promote the Texas Cattle Ranchers Association (TCRA) at their annual charity ball. Cattlemen are losing on the price of beef - folks just aren't buying it as often. And then there's the cattle rustling Yep, modern day cowboys are rustling expensive Wagyu cattle and getting away with it.Jordan's date to the charity ball is Rusty Morales - suave, dark, sexy - the cover of the GQ, Cowboy edition. [...]

  • Jordan McAllister has just been named the permanent food columnist for a small Ranchero, Texas newspaper, which isn't bad for someone whose culinary skills and fine dining experience are practically non-existent! Jordan hasn't given up on her dream of becoming a sportswriter. However, she is pleased to land this job, especially since she can count on help from good friends from her apartment complex to help with her Kitchen Kupboard column.Jordan is given an assignment to attend a fancy charity [...]

  • Jordan McAllister still can’t believe she was given the food columnist position at the Ranchero Globe newspaper. She knows nothing about food. Her goal is to be a sportswriter, but she’ll take what she can get for now.Invited by a local cattle baron, Lucas Santana, to attend the Cattleman’s Ball, in the hope that she give it a good review, Jordan attends with Santana’s sexy cowboy foreman Rusty Morales. She is more than happy to attend with the handsome hunk since her own on again/off ag [...]

  • Liz Lipperman has done it again, with her follow-up Clueless Cook mystery, "Beef Stolen-Off". This fun little romp details the exploits of female newspaperperson (and big sports buff) Jordan McAllister, who can't cook, and yet is roped into doing a culinary column for her newspaper, complete with recipes. For someone who revels in junk food, real recipes can be a burden. But she has help from a colorful cast of friends, who give her support and love and help in time of need. As usual, Jordan run [...]

  • One of the reasons I enjoyed this book so much was that the sleuth, Jordan McAllister, a food columnist for a local newspaper, goes to a location and takes us along. Ranchero, TX, is already new to me, but getting a chance to travel to the famous 'Cattleman's Ball' and feel the atmosphere is bathing us in glamour, thenath strikes. Startling and cold. You can literally feel Jordan's distress.As Jordan tries to attend the Memorial, she begins to learn more questions about the death than answers, e [...]

  • In Liz Lipperman's Beef Stolen-Off, the second installment of the Clueless Cook Mystery cozy series, Jordan McAllister returned to solve another touch case. For Jordan, things were looking up for her and her column at the newspaper. But when her boss wanted her to go to the Cattleman's Ball, Rusty Morales was her escort for the night. That's when she met some interesting cast of characters, before things turned awry when Rusty had a seizure and turned up dead. Now it was up to Jordan and her bro [...]

  • I probably would rate this one 3 1/2 stars, so it gets 4. It was a good, solid cozy mystery with lots of possible suspects and a not so obvious ending. All of the characters are likeable although I have to admit, none of them totally clicked with me (hence the 3 1/2 instead of 4 stars). I like Jordan and her cast of friends, the book just didn't suck me in the way 4 stars normally do. I really like the interaction between her and Alex, and sadly, in this book, there was very little of Alex, alth [...]

  • Beef Stolen-off is the second book in the Clueless Cook Series. I liked the first one enough to read this one. There is quite a complicated plot line involving a haunted lake house, cattle rustling, a stroke victim unable to communicate something vital, and a whole slew of cowboys and cattle ranchers along with the already established characters from Jordan’s apartment building and newspaper job. The mystery tied up neatly in the end and there was a reappearance of a love interest from the fir [...]

  • It seems like it took me a long time to read this book because I started it before the holiday season but it got set down (I had only read the first few chapters) and I read others before going back. Once I picked it back up and got into it, I didn't want to put it down. It was a fun mystery that kept you guessing because there ended up being so many people involved. There was one point where I was like, "Oh this person is the mastermind behind it all." and I was right, but it was fun getting to [...]

  • I muddled through this book, trying to find some redeeming quality. Nope. Not there. The "clueless cook" is totally clueless. She has a mind for rattlesnake lore and stroke victims but not enough sense for much else. Using "cooking" as the book medium is ridiculous. The recipes given have been around the world a dozen times. Jordan had to call her mother to learn how to make tea? Unfortunatly I have one more of hte clueless books to read. But I will read it. the only redeeming quality I like is [...]

  • Clueless cooking columnist (she'd rather do sports) Jordan gets a visit from her brother, now working with a cattleman's association to track rustlers. What a coincidence: Jordan is writing beef-related columns to please a big advertiser, and he keeps inviting her to the ranch for lunch. In this milieu, she hears more about the rustlers. Her new friend Sandy is afraid that her inherited house is haunted, which is why Jordan is on hand when there's a double murder down the road. And that, in turn [...]

  • I am drawn to books with catchy titlesobably part of why I dig on cozies and amateur sleuth mysteries so much. This is the first of this series I've read and drawn was I to the title. And the other titles in the series. I do love a good play on words. And I love when the author adds in some of the recipes featured in the book. There's lasagna and 'nana puddin' recipes hereM and 'nuf saidInteresting mystery, good reason for the main character to get involved in the solving, cool setting, and I lo [...]

  • Jordan has an incredible life (even if she sometimes wishes it had turned out somewhat differently).She has an amazing job, brothers who would do anything to protect her, parents who adore her, her apartment 'family' who would risk everything for her, and Alex who is practically perfect.I loved the way everything was wrapped up in the end, as heartbreaking as it was it gave everyone some clarity and closure.

  • This series is really fun, and I this one in particular was great because it focused on steakhouses, cattle ranchers and the beef industry. It was very Texas and I loved that about it! I also liked the introduction of a new friend at work and Jordan's younger brother, who comes to visit. The next book is set on a cruise ship and I can't wait to set sail with Jordan and her band of kooky neighbors.

  • A wonderful second course in th Clueless Cook series, Jordan an her friends are back in a fun read about a serious topic: cattle rustling. Jordan still can't cook, is still addicted to Ho-Hos and her boyfriend as she settles more into her life in Ranchero TX. Circumstances bring her into the world of Texas Cattle Ranchers, with recipes and mysteries. Go for it Jordan, and may many more servings be in the works!

  • Jordan is back for another book in the series Clueless Cook Mystery. Jordan reviews restaurants and publishes recipes in the local paper but she can't cook. She gathers recipes from her friends who do cook. Jordan gets to go to the Cattlemen's Ball, where she meets some powerful men in the beef industry. But before the evening ends, her date dies. Her brother Danny comes for a stay while he investigates stolen cattle.

  • This was definitely a quick read! I flew through this book because it was entertaining and I really enjoy the characters in the book. They each have such interesting quirks. The mystery in this one was a little more developed which kept me guessing after I thought I had it figured out. So more of a doh than an ah moment. Can't wait to pick up the next one!

  • Even though I have not yet read the first book in this series I can see by this one that Ms. Lipperman has a great series. The characters are greatly formed yet there is room for more development. The story moves at a very good pace and keeps you interested. Can't wait for the next book.

  • I really didn't care much for the first in this series, but this one was a huge improvement! Jordan wasn't annoying in this one and story just sucked me in right away. Too bad Rusty wasn't around a bit longer. Always a pleasure to read about a hot cowboy! LOL RECOMMEND!

  • Once again, it had all the things I love - food, barbeque,cowboys, ghosts, good friends, romance, and a tricky mystery. I probably should lay off the culinary mysteries while I am dieting; they are tempting me with goodies.

  • My Rating System:* couldn't finish, ** wouldn't recommend, *** would recommend, **** would read again, ***** have read again.

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