Now, while Chas shares delicious tidbits about today's trendiest eateries, she sifts through clues and sniffs out suspects - until the evidence cuts close to the bone and implicates a person Chas admires, or even loves.
Food critic Richman serves up another culinary whodunit filled with lots of juicy insider information.
©2001 Phyllis Richman; (P)2001 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
"Exquisite cuisine is the perfect backdrop for the superb plot....Phyllis Richman deserves thumbs up for her serving of an excellent whodunit." (AudioFile)
"Very nicely written, with plenty of attention to food, character, and motive; an excellent selection." (Library Journal)
I've read the previous two in this series and loved them. However this was a disappointment. The murder took place at the very end of the book. And there was little mystery solving. Once it was figured out I was left wanting more of the story. I don't think there will be anymore in this series so It was not a nice end.
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