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The Angel's Recipe Book was a piece of evidence in Gregory and Miles Edgeworth's respective investigations into the murder of Pierre Hoquet. A "recipe book" filled with procedures for developing experimental drugs not yet available to the general public, it includes both curative medicines and deadly poisons in its contents.
Developed by the Master Group, the book was inherited by Jeffrey Master after the death of his parents. Master, having dedicated his life to cooking rather than drug development, intended to give it to the winner of a dessert competition he was holding. Following Master's arrest for the murder of Pierre Hoquet, the Master Group confiscated the recipe book, but it was eventually reclaimed by Master's adoptive daughter, Katherine Hall, 18 years later.
Although the book itself was worth a fortune at the time of Master's dessert contest, most of the recipes within were released commercially to the public in the following years, thereby greatly reducing its value.
It also contained a description of the Megatoxin X insecticide, where it is mentioned that mixing it with normallium would produce a toxic gas known as fatallium.