Longtime Washington Post restaurant critic Phyllis Richman talks about her new mystery novel, “Murder On The Gravy Train” (Harper Collins). The novel’s main character is a restaurant reviewer turned sleuth, and the book is not only full of clues about “who done it,” but it’s also got plenty of tips on dining out!


  • Phyllis Richman Author, restaurant critic, and PWP (person with Parkinson's)

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