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Publisher's Summary

Plus-sized P.I. Savannah Reid and her pals at the Moonlight Magnolia Detective Agency know a thing or two about fine dining. But when murder shows up on the menu, it's time to go back to the kitchen...

When the Moonlight Magnolia gang learns their friends Ryan Stone and John Gibson are planning to open a chic new restaurant, they eagerly offer their input on everything from what dishes to serve to how many calories they should contain. But all Ryan and John can think about is how excited they are to have hired the temperamental but talented chef Baldwin Norwood. Too bad the only thing being sliced and diced in the kitchen is the chef himself...

As Savannah turns her attention from munchies to murder, she quickly realizes the cantankerous chef left a bad taste in everyone's mouth, and any number of people could have whipped up a recipe for revenge. Could the jilted sous chef he stabbed in the back have done the same to him? Perhaps the loyal girlfriend he took for granted was finally fed up. Or maybe the business partner whose career he ruined had an appetite for blood. Savannah has her work cut out for her, and just when she thinks there couldn't be any more suspects, she uncovers a plot more precarious than a perfect soufflé....

©2015 G.A. McKevett and Kensington Publishing Corporation (P)2015 Audible Inc.

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A little different

This story goes deeper into relationship and life issues than most of the Savannah Reid mysteries. 20 books in, it's probably time. The mystery wasn't the cliffhanger it usually is, probably because it would have been too much.

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Still enjoyable...

G. A. McKevett is still writing entertaining stories. Her characters continue to grow with every installment. If you're a cozy mystery fan, you won't want to miss this series. I also recommend starting with the first book.

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excellent

another good McKevett mystery.....the characters were believable and the story interesting. the narrator did a good job with different voices and accents as well as keeping the story flowing

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Cute

The voice performance is great, the plot is weak. There is little mystery. The focus is on the recurring characters, and the newlyweds drip saccharine. I don't regret the hours I spent listening, but I was worn out by the cuteness by the last two hours.

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Not the best of the series

I guessed the mystery part really quick in this book which is disappointing to me. I didn't enjoy the audio either. I'm not sure if it's just this book or every book in the series but the narrator sounded like she was in the restroom or something. While listening over my car speakers it sounded like an echo like the narrator recorded in an empty room.