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  • Fantastic Cozy

    Sally’s long lost cousin Evie comes to stay with the only family she has left when her Mother dies. While Evie is blind, she sees things fat more clearly than others and, to her, it’s clear her mother did NOT commit suicide as the police think. While there are several people who were not happy with the woman, who had a beef big enough to kill her? Always tip toeing around police investigations, Sally finds herself poking around this one as well. Between Dally and Evie, the two find several suspects but can’t seem to find the evidence they need to narrow it down to the actual murderer. But as they get close, Sally is in greater danger as she has killer in her sights. It’s a race against time to identify the killer before Sally becomes the next victim. In addition to the mystery portion of the story line, there are a lot of other things going on with the all of the regular characters as love is in the air, partnerships are formed, and friendships, both old and new, reign supreme. If you’ve read the other books in th series, you will enjoy this one. If this is your first introduction to Sally and the gang in Santa Cruz, you will enjoy this one and have no problem with not having read the first two in the series. Just be prepared to get some Asian food, because you will be craving it by the time you finish this one.

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  • Excellent!

    amateur-sleuth, women-sleuths, family, restaurant, law-enforcement, California Sally has enough going on in her work life, like a volatile chef and a pending partnership agreement with the other chef, when her father calls with a need for her to help out with a blind cousin whose mother is suddenly dead. Evie believes that the alcohol and pills death is not suicide as the cops believe, and Sally becomes convinced when events indicate that someone is trying to get information or eliminate evidence. Let the sleuthing begin! The plot progresses through a lot of personal and professional problems full of twists and red herrings. Even an attempt to strangulate Sally! The publisher's blurb will give you more clues, and no spoilers here. ENJOY! I requested and received a free ebook copy from Crooked Lane Books via NetGalley. Thank you!

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  • Excellently Done

    Jumping in at book 4 of the series, I felt that although I could tell it wasn’t the first of the series, it didn’t feel like I had missed a great deal. Amazing recipes at the back are always a win for me. The characters were fun and the world-building was excellent. The mystery was well written. I am definitely looking forward to the next book in this series. Thank you to Leslie Karst, NetGalley, and Crooked Lane Books for giving me the chance to read this story and share my honest thoughts and opinions with others.

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