In the latest in the USA Today best-selling series, someone writes a recipe for murder....
Jessica loves the Fin & Claw restaurant, owned by young couple Brad and Marcie. And the restaurant is the couple's dream come true. But when famed chef Gerard Leboeuf decides to open an eatery right next to theirs, tensions rise fast and hot - and lead to a nasty confrontation between Leboeuf and Brad. So when Leboeuf is found dead with a knife planted in his chest, Brad becomes suspect number one. But plenty of others had a motive to kill Leboeuf, and it's up to Jessica to uncover who really added murder to the menu.
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I loved this. You are right in Cabot cove Maine bicycling with Jessica. Seeing old friends. The sheriff the mayor. Etc. the narrator is so close to sounding like Angela Lansbury. Evokes warm nostalgic feelings and is a well written mystery to boot.
I am a proud Mexican woman that loves words and reading/listening to books. I also believe that only through knowledge can we achieve progress.
I greatly enjoyed this book. When you are used to listening to Angela Lansbury's unique voice however and transition to a new person speaking her words it is difficult getting used to. However I liked the plot and gave it a chance and was rewarded with a solidly compelling mystery.
Overall this is a good mystery with a surprise twist ending! I really enjoyed this book. I would have preferred a different narrator but it was okay.
I've read a number of books in this series. I love the Jessica Fletcher character. In this series entry Jessica is back in Cabot Cove and it seemed a little boring to me. The only new characters introduced are the owners of two new restaurants and they didn't seem very interesting or likable to me.
This book runs almost two hours longer than the other audio books I have in this series. I think the story might have been better if it were shorter.
The Murder She Write stories I've enjoyed most have taken place on Jessica's travels. I think she needs to get back on the road.
Sandra Burr is a new narrator. By the end of two chapters I had completely adjusted to here voice. She does a fine job.
I am pleased to have a new title available on Audible and I hope there will be more.
I listen to and read a lot of the "Murder she wrote" books, & this was not one of my favorites. I didn't like her talking about writing the book-- that seemed extraneous & bogged the story down. Still enjoyable though...
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