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  • Good whodunit

    cooking, romance, law-enforcement, murder, California, contemporary**** The good--a fine romance, an interesting piece of sleuthing., THE FOOD. The bad--a really unprofessional cop coworker of the female lead. I'm biased because I used to work with cops and that guy would have been toast even twenty years ago. I requested and received a free temporary ebook from The Wild Rose Press via NetGalley.

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  • Fans of Diane Mott Davidson will love this!

    Two perfect strangers, a suspicious murder, and the sublime power of cooking… can one man’s gift for culinary creations convince Alyssa to drop her guard and let love in? The first time Alyssa meets Reid, she’s bailing him out of jail. Years on the police force raise her hackles about how nice he’s being, cooking and all. She knows he’s up to no good and makes rash judgments, even as he’s creating mouth-watering food. When Reid’s boss shows up dead, she’s even more convinced. But the more time they spend together, her walls and convictions begin to crumble. Is he a serial killer type who has an angelic face or is he telling the truth? While she sorts out her own heart, she investigates what could be a frame-up. One thing is certain: his food is straight from heaven as is his love for her. Love, Death, and the Art of Cooking is a brilliant romantic suspense I couldn’t put down. It has all the elements I enjoy in an unputdownable story: independent heroine, suspenseful plot with a few red herrings, unexpected romance, great amounts of food, witty dialogue, murder, and a happily for now ending. Linda Griffin is masterful when it comes to original storylines but what I love most is her ability to write a realistic love story. There’s no rescuing heroine and sweeping her off her feet. There’s no billionaire hero to shower gifts and make everything in her life better. In this story, Linda Griffin takes two jaded characters and shows how love isn’t the be-all but instead adds to what makes life worth living. Romance is different for everyone, and I loved seeing romance from Alyssa’s point of view. I also enjoyed the sweet, sensitive Reid trying to navigate through the troubled waters of Alyssa’s heart. The descriptive narration on the food and cooking made my mouth water. The suspense part of the story had me whipping through the pages. Just when I thought I’d figured out who the murderer was, Linda Griffin wrote a twist that knocked me for a loop. So well done. The ending made me gasp aloud. Love, Death, and the Art of Cooking is a romantic suspense not to be missed. Perfect for fans of Diane Mott Davidson. Highly recommend! My Rating: 5 stars

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  • Enjoyed the suspense and journey to love

    Alyssa and Reid made an interesting pair. I loved her no-nonsense outlook on life, with her job, her faith, and her past. Reid tried to escape his past and found a lot of trouble in a short period of time, even Alyssa made comments. He used food to be thankful or relaxing, and it was an important part of his life. I enjoyed the story with the suspense and falling in love as well as quirky friends like Jane. I received a copy of this story through Goddess Fish Promotions, and this is my unsolicited review.

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