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Jenna Hart moved back to Crystal Cove, California, to recapture her joie de vivre and to help her aunt Vera run the local culinary bookshop and café. But it’s hard to follow a simple recipe for relaxation when murder gets thrown in the mix…   The Cookbook Nook is set to host the town’s upcoming Grill Fest, a tasty tradition which pits local amateur chefs against one anothe Jenna Hart moved back to Crystal Cove, California, to recapture her joie de vivre and to help her aunt Vera run


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Jenna Hart moved back to Crystal Cove, California, to recapture her joie de vivre and to help her aunt Vera run the local culinary bookshop and café. But it’s hard to follow a simple recipe for relaxation when murder gets thrown in the mix…   The Cookbook Nook is set to host the town’s upcoming Grill Fest, a tasty tradition which pits local amateur chefs against one anothe Jenna Hart moved back to Crystal Cove, California, to recapture her joie de vivre and to help her aunt Vera run the local culinary bookshop and café. But it’s hard to follow a simple recipe for relaxation when murder gets thrown in the mix…   The Cookbook Nook is set to host the town’s upcoming Grill Fest, a tasty tradition which pits local amateur chefs against one another to concoct the most delicious dishes. This year’s challenge: grilled cheese. But with competing chefs bearing grudges from past years, more mouths are running off than savoring the fare.   The expression "too many cooks” proves all too true when the eight-time champ is found murdered in the alley behind the café. Soon a local diner owner (and Jenna’s "second mother”) is suspected of bumping off the competition, and Jenna has to douse the flames before the wrong person gets burned…

20 review for Inherit the Word

  1. 5 out of 5

    James

    Inherit the Word is the second book in Daryl Wood Gerber's Cookbook Nook series. I read the first book, and I've read several of the author's other series. I'm planning to read one per month this year so that I'm fully caught up by the end of the year and able to read the newest one when it releases. Set in a beautiful California town, it offers a charming setting with food, books, and mysteries. I like Gerber's writing style, and while the series is still fleshing out some of its style and supp Inherit the Word is the second book in Daryl Wood Gerber's Cookbook Nook series. I read the first book, and I've read several of the author's other series. I'm planning to read one per month this year so that I'm fully caught up by the end of the year and able to read the newest one when it releases. Set in a beautiful California town, it offers a charming setting with food, books, and mysteries. I like Gerber's writing style, and while the series is still fleshing out some of its style and supporting cast, it shows promise to be a strong one.Grill Fest, an annual cooking competition, is taking place in Jenna's Cookbook Nook shop. She opened it the prior year with her aunt, and now it's taken off. The top two contenders have fought with each other for years, and one's husband is the business manager for the other. Keep your enemies close, that's the key here. Unfortunately, one of the top two is taken out after a fire alarm goes off. And Lola, Jenna's sorta other mother (of her bestie) who was in the competition, is accused of the crime. The women had a public fight over a chef who'd resigned and worked at the other's restaurant. What really happened here? Toss in two daughters of the deceased, with a strange relationship, and a possible abuse scenario, and it's very complex.Not only are we treated to a fun competition with mouthwatering meals, but we learn about several amazing cookbooks and authors we should get to know better. On top of that, the peculiar disappearance and death of Jenna's husband two years ago is further explored. While everything seems to indicate he died, there was never a body, so I'm confident he will reappear at some point, probably when Jenna gets serious with the new guy, Rhett. In this book, her husband, David, left behind a mysterious key and kitty cat statue. What could it all be about?The setting is the best piece of this series. The writing is good and the characters are all fun, but I adore reading about the town, the personal relationships between friends and enemies, the history of the cookbooks that pop up in the store as potential new sellers. The recipes sound good, and a few hints dropped about the author's other series (under pseudonym Avery Ames) about a cheese shoppe is very enticing. I look forward to reading more in this series!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Luffy

    With the same rating as its predecessor, and initiator, Inherit the Word is that rare type of book where I don't rate it very highly, yet want to read the next book.The thing is, that the characters in the books are all vibrant, each one having a secret. It's the same reason I was drawn to Jenn Mckinlay's books, but also those of Joanna Carl's.The plot revolves around a cooking contest, where the favorite to win candidate is murdered. The finale provides a clear explanation of sorts, but not too With the same rating as its predecessor, and initiator, Inherit the Word is that rare type of book where I don't rate it very highly, yet want to read the next book.The thing is, that the characters in the books are all vibrant, each one having a secret. It's the same reason I was drawn to Jenn Mckinlay's books, but also those of Joanna Carl's.The plot revolves around a cooking contest, where the favorite to win candidate is murdered. The finale provides a clear explanation of sorts, but not too many proofs against the murderer.Given that I've rated Inherit the Word 3 stars, and plan to read the next book muy pronto, I don't recommend it. The reason is simple; it's a chore to read. Only curiosity is pressing me forward.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Debbie Lester

    Daryl Wood Gerber brings readers the second book in her Cookbook Nook mystery series, Inherit the Word. This is a fast paced mystery filled with plenty of surprises for readers to figure out. The whodunit is well plotted and keeps the reader interested while well drawn characters captivate and engage the reader. Gerber has a knack for cooking as well as writing and centers this book around a grilled cheese cookoff that gets a little out of hand when the winner of eight years running, ends up dea Daryl Wood Gerber brings readers the second book in her Cookbook Nook mystery series, Inherit the Word. This is a fast paced mystery filled with plenty of surprises for readers to figure out. The whodunit is well plotted and keeps the reader interested while well drawn characters captivate and engage the reader. Gerber has a knack for cooking as well as writing and centers this book around a grilled cheese cookoff that gets a little out of hand when the winner of eight years running, ends up dead.What I liked:Daryl Wood Gerber never disappoints whether it's this series or the Cheese Shop Mysteries she writes under the name Avery Aames. She always has a food related element in her books and I love that about her writing. It's one thing for a million other writers to use food as a catalyst for the plots of their books, but it's another thing when the writer is actually a good cook. It gives this book a ring of authenticity that shows on every page. Especially the recipe section in the back of the book. I'm trying that Brie, Apple, and Turkey Grilled cheese, very sooon!Jenna and her crystal ball toting Aunt Vera are at it again in this book. Jenna is a great protagonist for a lot of reasons. She never goes off haphazardly. She always has a reason to investigate and she doesn't try to do the job of the police. She is also caring and kind and that goes a long way in my book. I think the author wants her main character to be responsible, yet interesting to the reader. So she is a mix of those traits. I love reading about her personal life as much as the mystery itself.Aunt Vera once again provides a lot of comic relief to the dark subject of murder. That's one of the things I like about cozies in general. They don't go into all the gory details. This book has a lightness about it even though murder is definitely afoot. I think Aunt Vera's character is meant to be eccentric and a little out there just for the reason of adding a smile to the readers face.I liked the whole grilled cheese competition angle. I have had some good grilled cheeses in my day and I could totally buy into the idea of this kind of food competition. They have them for just about every thing now, from Chili cook offs to pit master barbeque cook offs, so this was an interesting surprise. I could definitely believe that amateur cooks could get so wrapped up in the heat of competition that a murder is possible. I thought the plot was engaging, and plausible, this could happen. Well done!What I didn't like:There was a bit of a mystery within a mystery going on in this one, and that was a little unnecessary. The main plot was definitely enough to keep the reader engaged. It wasn't a critical error, just something that didn't need to be included, though it did change some things on a personal level for the lead character.Bottom Line:This is shaping up to be quite a good series. Daryl Wood Gerber was on to something with the cookbook nook idea and I think readers are buying into it and liking it more with each new book to the series.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Carol

    The Grill Fest is being hosted this year by theCookbook Nook in Crystal Cove, California. Thisstore is a cookbook and culinary mystery lovershaven.Jenna Hart has moved back to Crystal Cove tohelp her Aunt Vera run her bookstore. Aunt Verais a real enjoyable, quirky character that thereader will love. She has a great sense of humor and enjoys giving people their tarot card readings.The theme of the years Grill Fest is Grilled Cheese.The competitors are all geared up and ready to go.Competition is The Grill Fest is being hosted this year by theCookbook Nook in Crystal Cove, California. Thisstore is a cookbook and culinary mystery lovershaven.Jenna Hart has moved back to Crystal Cove tohelp her Aunt Vera run her bookstore. Aunt Verais a real enjoyable, quirky character that thereader will love. She has a great sense of humor and enjoys giving people their tarot card readings.The theme of the years Grill Fest is Grilled Cheese.The competitors are all geared up and ready to go.Competition is fierce. Then one of the competitors is found dead. Another one of the competitors becomes the main suspect. Jenna knows this person is innocent. Now she needs to prove the person innocence by finding the real killer.A good plot with lots of twists and turns. Thecharacters are well defined, colorful, interesting and make for a good cast of suspects.The reader will enjoy learning about all the cookbooksin the story. This story is a culinary delight.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Ks Book Reviews

    I enjoyed the first book in this series, FINAL SENTENCE so much (You can find my review on that title’s page), I just knew I was going to love INHERIT THE WORD, and I sure did! It was great to be back in Crystal Cover with Jenna Hart, her Aunt Vera, and the rest of the great cast of characters. The Cookbook Nook is hosting the town’s Grill Fest with the challenge being grilled cheese sandwiches (I stayed hungry through the entire book). On the first day of the challenge the eight-time champ is f I enjoyed the first book in this series, FINAL SENTENCE so much (You can find my review on that title’s page), I just knew I was going to love INHERIT THE WORD, and I sure did! It was great to be back in Crystal Cover with Jenna Hart, her Aunt Vera, and the rest of the great cast of characters. The Cookbook Nook is hosting the town’s Grill Fest with the challenge being grilled cheese sandwiches (I stayed hungry through the entire book). On the first day of the challenge the eight-time champ is found dead. As with her first book in the series, Ms. Gerber had plenty of suspects, but the investigation seems to be centered on Jenna’s second mother Lola. There are many twists and turns throughout the entire book. I keep going back and forth on who I thought the killer was. I was completely surprised when reading the reveal! If you read FINAL SENTENCE and liked it, you’re going to love INHERIT THE WORD. You don’t have read the first book to be able follow this one, but I would recommend it since they are both so wonderful. To sum it up, this is a fantastic mystery, set in a beautiful location full of characters you’ll love. And there are awesome recipes included Read both FINAL SENTENCE and INHERIT THE WORD now and get yourself ready for STIRRING THE PLOT coming in September!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Wrightson

    When I am hurting or when I am not feeling good, I love to get lost in a good book and that is just what I did in this case. I am struggling to find books in this series from my library. I started with a book later on in this set which I had won from a giveaway from here on Goodreads but wanting to read more of the series has been hard for me. But at least I am finding a few of them. They are good books and pull you into the stories. Granted even if you miss a few books, you can somewhat underst When I am hurting or when I am not feeling good, I love to get lost in a good book and that is just what I did in this case. I am struggling to find books in this series from my library. I started with a book later on in this set which I had won from a giveaway from here on Goodreads but wanting to read more of the series has been hard for me. But at least I am finding a few of them. They are good books and pull you into the stories. Granted even if you miss a few books, you can somewhat understand what is going on in the story. But reading from the start helps you understand the story line more. So it works for someone like me that can't always get their hands on all of the books.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Anastasia

    Inherit the Word by Daryl Wood Gerber is the 2nd book in the Cookbook Nook Mystery series. Crystal Cove's annual Grill Fest is being held at the Cookbook Nook when the lead contender is found murdered in the alley behind the cafe. An interesting mystery where I enjoyed getting to know more of the town inhabitants and I love Aunt Vera. I'm glad that Jenna has finalised the events regarding her husband's death and hopefully can move forward. The food and recipes sound delicious, although many of t Inherit the Word by Daryl Wood Gerber is the 2nd book in the Cookbook Nook Mystery series. Crystal Cove's annual Grill Fest is being held at the Cookbook Nook when the lead contender is found murdered in the alley behind the cafe. An interesting mystery where I enjoyed getting to know more of the town inhabitants and I love Aunt Vera. I'm glad that Jenna has finalised the events regarding her husband's death and hopefully can move forward. The food and recipes sound delicious, although many of the cookbooks mentioned are not relevant to non American readers. Overall an engaging and enjoyable cozy mystery.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ryan

    I enjoyed this wonderful whodunit that brought a satisfying mystery to solve. Jenna Hart is back and running her shop and this time is hosting a contest for the best grilled cheese sandwich. one of the contestants in the completion is murdered and Jenna is back to her old sleuthing ways. I enjoyed the first book in the series. It is a very engaging mystery with a cast of interesting character. I also enjoy that it is a light entertaining read that still provides a whodunit I can solve. the heroi I enjoyed this wonderful whodunit that brought a satisfying mystery to solve. Jenna Hart is back and running her shop and this time is hosting a contest for the best grilled cheese sandwich. one of the contestants in the completion is murdered and Jenna is back to her old sleuthing ways. I enjoyed the first book in the series. It is a very engaging mystery with a cast of interesting character. I also enjoy that it is a light entertaining read that still provides a whodunit I can solve. the heroine, Jenna, is grear and I like looking thought the investigation form an amatuers point of view. The small town setting is spot on as well, and its new to visit a costal town in Californina, but the people are spot on to small towns.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Sue Ross

    If you like a book that keeps you guessing until the very end, has great characters, a beautiful setting and yummy recipes, this is the one for you. Ms. Gerber writes about a grill fest this time. In the midst of the first round of the contestants, one of them is murdered. Was it for her grilled cheese recipes, or was it for cheating with another woman’s husband, or was it for some other reason? There are so many suspects in this one, it had me scratching my head going, yep I can see that…oh wai If you like a book that keeps you guessing until the very end, has great characters, a beautiful setting and yummy recipes, this is the one for you. Ms. Gerber writes about a grill fest this time. In the midst of the first round of the contestants, one of them is murdered. Was it for her grilled cheese recipes, or was it for cheating with another woman’s husband, or was it for some other reason? There are so many suspects in this one, it had me scratching my head going, yep I can see that…oh wait, maybe it was her right up until the very end of the book. Oh yes, the recipes in the back are to die for. I’m going to be making some of them soon.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Elaine

    It has been a while since I read Final Sentence, the first book in the series, so it took a few pages to reacquaint myself with the characters. But then the story really took off. I really enjoyed this book! There was no shortage of suspects, all had different reasons they could have and/or had reason to do the crime. The story was woven quite nicely to keep me not really knowing for sure who had done it. There is also the sub-story of the mystery surrounding Jenna's husband's death. That was qu It has been a while since I read Final Sentence, the first book in the series, so it took a few pages to reacquaint myself with the characters. But then the story really took off. I really enjoyed this book! There was no shortage of suspects, all had different reasons they could have and/or had reason to do the crime. The story was woven quite nicely to keep me not really knowing for sure who had done it. There is also the sub-story of the mystery surrounding Jenna's husband's death. That was quite interesting also.I need to get the next two books in the series as soon as possible! Daryl Wood Gerber is a great storyteller!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    I really enjoyed this one. I like Jenna and she and her friends are a lot of fun. The mystery totally kept me guessing (as well as Jenna). I'm looking forward to seeing what happens in the personal lives of all the characters. I really enjoyed this one. I like Jenna and she and her friends are a lot of fun. The mystery totally kept me guessing (as well as Jenna). I'm looking forward to seeing what happens in the personal lives of all the characters.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Tina

    Title: Inherit the WordAuthor: Daryl Wood GerberSeries: Book 2, A Cookbook Nook MysteryPublisher: Berkley Prime CrimeFormat: PaperbackSource: Received for Review from PublisherReviewed by: TinaThe grill fest is in full swing at the Cookbook Nook, a culinary Disneyland for cookbook and culinary mystery lovers, This year's theme is "Grilled Cheese". It seems every amateur chef has come to the Cookbook Nook to test their cooking chops and it also seems that all the chefs really want to do Is battle Title: Inherit the WordAuthor: Daryl Wood GerberSeries: Book 2, A Cookbook Nook MysteryPublisher: Berkley Prime CrimeFormat: PaperbackSource: Received for Review from PublisherReviewed by: TinaThe grill fest is in full swing at the Cookbook Nook, a culinary Disneyland for cookbook and culinary mystery lovers, This year's theme is "Grilled Cheese". It seems every amateur chef has come to the Cookbook Nook to test their cooking chops and it also seems that all the chefs really want to do Is battle each other because of past grievances.Contestant, Natalie Mumford finds herself a murder victim when she is found slain in the alley with a Panini grill, and when Lola, another grill fest contestant is accused of the murder The Cookbook Nook proprietor Jenna Hart takes it upon herself to try to help her friend Lola beat a murder wrap and let Justice prevail.Rumors and innuendos about the murder and it's residents are flying among everyone around this picturesque town of Crystal Cove and everyone in this town has secrets. But as all of this is going on Mayor Zeller decides to continue with the "grill fest" competition in honor of Natalie. Surely the contestants can cook up something delicious and Jenna can find a murderer before someone else gets grilled. This is fast becoming one of my favorite series, I love the characters, the settings, the culinary theme. All the names of the cookbooks that are mentioned though out the book with being a cookbook fan and collector myself I happen to love. Sometimes you love a book so much you just want to crawl inside and live there, that's how I feel about this series and this book. Just to add that Katie is my favorite character. I can't wait to read the third book in the Cookbook Nook Mysteries, Stirring the Plot, coming in October 2014.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Andrea Guy

    I am really coming to love Crystal Cove! In book two of A Cookbook Nook Mystery, a local restaurant owners is found murdered in the alley behind the shop during the annual Grill Fest.Inherit the Word, is really a fun read and the locals of Crystal Cove are full of quirky brilliance. Oh and I would so spend all my time at The Cookbook Nook and Cafe! The foods described will have you running for snacks while you turn the pages. (Thank goodness there are recipes included)Jenna is coming along nicel I am really coming to love Crystal Cove! In book two of A Cookbook Nook Mystery, a local restaurant owners is found murdered in the alley behind the shop during the annual Grill Fest.Inherit the Word, is really a fun read and the locals of Crystal Cove are full of quirky brilliance. Oh and I would so spend all my time at The Cookbook Nook and Cafe! The foods described will have you running for snacks while you turn the pages. (Thank goodness there are recipes included)Jenna is coming along nicely as our resident amateur sleuth. She's out to clear her friend's name of Natalie's murder, and she has a mystery of her own to solve. She finds a key in a cat statue that her husband had given her, and she has to figure out what it opens. I liked that there is real depth to Jenna. She's fun and she cares about people, plus she's not a great cook, she's really a beginner.The real mystery is full of suspense. There are so many people with motives and just when you think you might have a clue who did it, you have to cross them off the list. Add another murder to the mix and the story gets even more interesting.What you'll love about Jenna and her friends has to do with the lack of obnoxiousness they display. Sure they are trying to solve a murder that is the police department's job, but Jenna doesn't act like she's smarter than the cops. She wants to help.Oh and for those of you that like a little romance, there's always Rhett. Nice that she only has one guy in her life too!Definitely a great foodie cozy!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Moondance

    I clambered down the ladder in the storeroom of The Cookbook Nook carrying a stack of cookie cookbooks in my arms.This is the second book in the Cookbook Nook mystery series. Jenna Hart moved to Crystal Cove, California to help her Aunt Vera run her bookstore. The town's local Grill Fest is being hosted by the bookshop this year and features grilled cheese as the centerpiece. Infighting ensues among the contestants and Jenna's friend Lola becomes the prime suspect in another competitor's murder. I clambered down the ladder in the storeroom of The Cookbook Nook carrying a stack of cookie cookbooks in my arms.This is the second book in the Cookbook Nook mystery series. Jenna Hart moved to Crystal Cove, California to help her Aunt Vera run her bookstore. The town's local Grill Fest is being hosted by the bookshop this year and features grilled cheese as the centerpiece. Infighting ensues among the contestants and Jenna's friend Lola becomes the prime suspect in another competitor's murder.I must admit that I read this book without reading the first one. That is something that I rarely do. However, I do want to go back and start at the beginning. I love Aunt Vera! Her quirky eccentricities make me smile. I appreciate Jenna's stalwart support of Lola and her ability to think things out rather than jump into situations. I don't think I know of a grilled cheese competition but it sounds delightful (as do the recipes in the book). The addition of a mystery within the mystery was a bit puzzling but not enough to put me off the story. This book also made me realize that I need to go back and read the books Ms. Gerber writes as Avery Aames.3.5 stars

  15. 5 out of 5

    AngryGreyCat

    I had been waiting for some time for the second outing in the “A Cookbook Nook Mystery” series and it does not disappoint. Jenna Hart, the protagonist, is still working at her Cookbook shop, hosting a community grill off event, grieving for her “dead” husband and, of course, sleuthing.The mystery revolves around a murder at the competition and involves many recurring characters from book one. After a rocky start in book one, Jenna and Cinnamon, the local Police Chief, have a tentative new friend I had been waiting for some time for the second outing in the “A Cookbook Nook Mystery” series and it does not disappoint. Jenna Hart, the protagonist, is still working at her Cookbook shop, hosting a community grill off event, grieving for her “dead” husband and, of course, sleuthing.The mystery revolves around a murder at the competition and involves many recurring characters from book one. After a rocky start in book one, Jenna and Cinnamon, the local Police Chief, have a tentative new friendship. The Mayor Zeller returns again in this book and features prominently in it. Many of the other locals are included as well.The characters are interesting and many of them seem like people you could know in real life. There are lots of possible culprits to choose from and the plot takes the reader through many twists and turns. The mystery plot is two-fold, the current murder mystery and a continuing plot from book one about David, Jenna’s dead (maybe missing??) husband. I am eager to read the next in this series.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Tess

    The 2nd book in the Cookbook Nook series is very good. I find myself thoroughly invested in the characters. I get angry when they are hurt and I laugh with them at their joy and happiness. As always, I find myself wishing that I knew such people as Jenna, Aunt Vera and Bailey. The antics that go on in the bookstore are truly believable, and find myself looking for their counterparts in the bookstores I visit. But, unfortunately, I guess they only live in the pages of this great book and in Ms. G The 2nd book in the Cookbook Nook series is very good. I find myself thoroughly invested in the characters. I get angry when they are hurt and I laugh with them at their joy and happiness. As always, I find myself wishing that I knew such people as Jenna, Aunt Vera and Bailey. The antics that go on in the bookstore are truly believable, and find myself looking for their counterparts in the bookstores I visit. But, unfortunately, I guess they only live in the pages of this great book and in Ms. Gerbers mind. As long as I cannot write something this entertaining, I will be content to read, and enjoy the online friendships that I have made with these great gals. Who would have believed that I, shy, quiet Tess, would be graced with the friendship of my reading heroes?

  17. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Tobey

    Grilled cheese...how could this simple comfort food provide a reason for murder? Read this delightful cozy to find out. Crystal Cove, California, sounds as if it would be a great place to visit or even live. Lots of interesting characters to get to know. Do so appreciate the cooking struggles of Jenna. She is not alone! Wonderful tips and recipes to try, especially the Caramel Macchiato Ice Cream. Yum! So nice to see Jenna moving on from her life with David. I expect more to be revealed in Daryl Grilled cheese...how could this simple comfort food provide a reason for murder? Read this delightful cozy to find out. Crystal Cove, California, sounds as if it would be a great place to visit or even live. Lots of interesting characters to get to know. Do so appreciate the cooking struggles of Jenna. She is not alone! Wonderful tips and recipes to try, especially the Caramel Macchiato Ice Cream. Yum! So nice to see Jenna moving on from her life with David. I expect more to be revealed in Daryl's next book. Lots of potential to keep me enjoying this series. I was given a proof copy from which to provide my honest review.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Mark Baker

    The Cookbook Nook is hosting the town's annual grill competition, but things turn sour when the reigning champion is murdered before the first round even starts. When a friend of Jenna's becomes the prime suspect, she starts nosing around to find the killer.I love this small touristy beach town, and I have already grown to love these characters. The plot was great with lots of good suspects and plenty of red herrings, too. I can't wait to visit again.Read my full review at Carstairs Considers. The Cookbook Nook is hosting the town's annual grill competition, but things turn sour when the reigning champion is murdered before the first round even starts. When a friend of Jenna's becomes the prime suspect, she starts nosing around to find the killer.I love this small touristy beach town, and I have already grown to love these characters. The plot was great with lots of good suspects and plenty of red herrings, too. I can't wait to visit again.Read my full review at Carstairs Considers.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

    Jenna is back home and settling in, running (with her Aunt Vera) The Cook Book Nook bookstore and cafe. They happily agree when asked to host the annual Grill Fest cooking competition, but have second, third and fourth thoughts when one of the competitors is murdered right outside their back door! There are more than one or two suspects, and the plot just thickens when the most likely turns up murdered as well! Will Jenna be able to find a killer before the killer finds her?

  20. 5 out of 5

    Debi Emerson

    Great series!

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