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    Delightful start to the new series!

    Kale to the Queen is the first book in the Kensington Palace Chef Mystery series by Nell Hampton and it is absolutely delightful! When I first saw this title offered on NetGalley, I thought it sounded interesting. Then, the other night I was going through my backlist of books for review, looking for one to start reading. I kept simply dismissing things thinking, "No, that doesn't sound good right now" and things of that nature. When I came across this one in my list, I thought, "Eh, this did sound interesting, let's give it a try." I'm really glad that I did! It was absolutely delightful and fun to read! In fact, I stayed up and read half of it that night! The cast of characters in this series is rather fascinating. We have the combination of "proper protocol" followers and those who don't care about that rubbish (that's their attitude, not my feelings on protocol!). We have well-rounded, complex characters that you can tell we're just starting to get to know. We have some background on some of the characters, but you can tell we'll be learning more about them in future books. The descriptions of the settings are adequate. I probably could have used just a little bit more detail, but I was still able to imagine most of the rooms/places where the scenes took place. Our plot line moves along at a steady pace. I did figure out who the villain was before he/she was exposed, but it wasn't too long before the exposition, so I wasn't too disappointed. I highly recommend this book to cozy mystery lovers, especially foodie cozy mystery lovers! It's terrific and I can't wait for the next book in the series to come out!!
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    Kale go the author

    This was fun to read. There were many twist and turns that always kept the reader guessing.

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