A Roux of Revenge
by Connie Archer
This is one of my favorite mystery series right now because I absolutely love the residents of Snowflake and Lucky’s restaurant, By the Spoonful.
The relationships Lucky has in each book are very unique and interesting. I enjoy the character interaction and development in each book. Lucky has such a big heart and smart mind.
~A Date With A Book
I found A Roux of Revenge to be a very enjoyable page turner.
~Read Your Writes
The soup shop in this particular series, By the Spoonful, is by far one of my most favorite locations in all of the cozy mystery series. How much cozier can one get than a nice, warm, cozy soup restaurant in a town called Snowflake, Vermont!
~Books Are Life – Vita Libri
Archer spins a wonderful mystery that keeps you guessing until the end.
I really adore this series and this book has me wanting more.
~Girl Lost in a Book
…the author did a fantastic job of creating memorable characters. –
~Deal Sharing Aunt
The atmosphere is wonderful and the soups, … sound so good I want to try the included recipes. There’s a full cast of characters and a satisfying, suspenseful mystery.
~Michelle’s Romantic Tangle
I base my love of a cozy series by how much I’d like to live in the small town that they are set in, and I’d really love to live in Snowflake. I’d live anywhere with a shop like By The Spoonful.
~A Chick Who Reads
A Roux of Revenge is a well-plotted and solidly-written mystery, as flavorful and satisfying as the unique and hearty soups served at By the Spoonful.
~The Bookwyrm’s Hoard
I really enjoyed A Roux of Revenge.
~Kaisy Daisy’s Corner
This is really a page-turner!
~My Recent Favorite Books
I really enjoyed reading this book…
A Roux of Revenge (A Soup Lover’s Mystery)
3rd Book in Series
Mass Market Paperback: 304 pages
Publisher: Berkley (April 1, 2014)
E-Book: ASIN: B00F9F0T0M
STIRRING UP TROUBLE
Snowflake, Vermont, is known for its skiing in winter—and its soup all year round, thanks to Lucky Jamieson’s By the Spoonful. Autumn brings golden leaves, pumpkin rice soup, the annual Harvest Festival…and murder.
Lucky’s soup shop is busier than usual this October, with groups of itinerant travelers in town to work the Harvest Festival. One newcomer seems to take a particular interest in Lucky’s young waitress, Janie, spying on her from across the street. Is the stranger stalking Janie?
After an unidentified man is found murdered in a van by the side of the road, simmering suspicions about the travelers are brought to a boil. But when Janie is put in harm’s way, Lucky must join forces with the travelers to turn up the heat on a killer…
Connie Archer is the national bestselling author of A Spoonful of Murder and A Broth of Betrayal, the soup lover’s mystery series set in Vermont, from Berkley Prime Crime. The third book in the series, A Roux of Revenge, will be released on April 1, 2014. Connie was born and raised in New England. She now lives on the other coast.
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