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  • A Fantastic Read!

    Four Cuts Too Many by Debra H. Goldstein is book four in the 'Sarah Blair Mystery Series' and was a great read! My first in the series I got to meet Sarah who is a receptionist at a company of lawyers as well as doing her bit as co-owner of her twin sister, chef Emily's restaurant, Southwind. She even volunteers at the local animal shelter. I found busy cat lover Sarah extremely likeable and always willing to help. In this instalment, Emily's sous chef, Grace Winston has asked Sarah to meet at the local college, where Grace is teaching knife skills. Grace arrives late then informs her that she has just had an argument with her department head. He is later found dead having been stabbed. With delectable dishes, such as Sal and Laurie's Tiramisu and also a generous portion of suspects, a Siamese cat named RahRah, rescue dog Fluffy, and murder this was a thoroughly enjoyable page-turner. The plot was solid and entertaining and the characters were a very likeable bunch of folk. The writing style of Debra H. Goldstein was very appealing and I was perfectly comfortable reading this cozy as a standalone novel. Events and occurrences kept me invested in the story until its fulfilling conclusion. Overall, a delightful cozy read that I highly recommend so dive in as soon as you can! I received a complimentary copy of this novel at my request from Kensington Books via NetGalley. This review is my own unbiased opinion.

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  • Murder in the classroom

    Grace has been given an adjunct professor position teaching knife skills at her old alma mater. She asks Sarah to meet her at the school and is delayed. Luckily Sarah waited a little longer and they met up. Too bad for the newest hire at the college, as they find him dead in Grace’s classroom after a blow up they had earlier. With Grace as the prime suspect with the victim’s blood on her, the police chief thinks he has things wrapped up. But Sarah knows Grace is innocent and now she has to prove it, even if she did promise her family and friends that she would stay out of investigating. Now Sarah has to hope she can find the killer before the timer runs out and her goose is flayed and cooked. A really enjoyable series that has recipes with each book. Seeing a young woman who had been beaten down a bit by life coming back to herself and working to get ahead is wonderful protagonist for a series. With a cast of supporting characters that add to the mix and a solid whodunit, this is a series that any cozy lover will enjoy and should add to their to be read list.

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  • Fun catching up with Sarah and the gang

    Four Cuts Too Many is another solid addition to Debra H. Goldstein’s Sarah Blair Mysteries. All of my cast favorites are back including Rah Rah and Fluffy. I really enjoyed the scenes with the senior citizens and I love that Goldstein seems to change up the locations in every book, although they still happen in the same Alabama town. The first part of the book had a lot of interesting scenes and development of new characters, which is always fun. Towards the later half of the book it slows down with Sarah having a lot of introspective moments and going over the suspects again and again. And this book definitely had a lot of suspects, which is a great way to keep the reader guessing as to whodunnit. Another thing that just kind of stood out to me was how apathetic Grace was when it came to being accused of murder. She just gave up, which is unusual since she seemed to be such a fighter in previous books. Is it horrible to say that I enjoyed when Sarah finally stood up to Jane… for those of you who have been with the series from the beginning??!! Looking forward to the next book in the series and to seeing what Sarah decides to do when she goes back to college.

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  • Cute continuation of the series

    Another fun entry in this series about food, cooking and murder. Sarah Blair doesn’t know how to cook and doesn’t want to learn. But as co-owner of her twin sister's restaurant she always seems to be in the middle of something food-related. And lately, crime-related. This time around it’s proving the innocence of sous chef Grace Winston, whose cooking knife is found in the back of the director of the cooking college. Sarah jumps right in to clear Grace’s name. What follows is a fun – and dangerous – adventure full of interesting characters, secret motives and some unexpected revelations. Thanks to NetGalley for providing an advance copy of Four Cuts Too Many in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

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