Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Review: Murder Most Finicky by: Liz Mugavero


Title: Murder Most Finicky
Author: Liz Mugavero
Publisher: Kensington
Series: Pawsitively Organic Mysteries #4
Pages: 352
Format: e-book ARC
Source: NetGalley & Great Escapes Book Tours

Description:

The dog days of summer have arrived in the small town of Frog Ledge, Connecticut, and business is booming for Kristan "Stan" Connor. Her Pawsitively Organic pet food has even caught the attention of celebrity pastry chef Sheldon Allyn, who helps Stan open a fancy pet pastry shop in Frog Ledge. A partnership is born, and Sheldon invites Stan to Newport, Rhode Island, for an appreciation weekend he's hosting for all his independent chefs. But the gourmet getaway turns sour when one of the chefs turns up dead, and a second one goes missing. . . 

As Stan tries to figure out who had a recipe for murder, the pool of suspects expands. And if she can't sniff out the culprit soon, this killer may just serve up a second helping of murder. . .

My Thoughts: 

This book follows Kristan "Stan" as she is invited to a weekend away with other local food chefs, she meets up with one of Sheldon's assistants who blindfolds her to bring her to Newport Rhode Island along with another chef Kyle where they meet up with other chefs.  What Stan didn't count on was murder being on the menu when Stan stumbles upon Pierre the missing chef who winds up dead.  Everything is not what it appears in this book! Stan will have to figure out what happened before she finds herself in trouble up to her chef's hat.

I really enjoyed this book it had so much adventure, lots of questions and kept me thoroughly entertained.  Can't wait to see what Stan goes through next!

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