This was a really fun book to read.
This one grabbed me from the start and sucked me right in, I was hooked from the beginning.
~Melina’s Book Blog
It kept me turning pages and guessing until the final reveal (reminding me a bit of an Agatha Christie grand-finale) which came as a complete surprise.
~Cinnamon Sugar and A Little Bit of Murder
I enjoyed reading about Val and her relationship with her grandfather. All in all, a pleasant diversion.
~Cassidy Salem Reads & Writes
The murder was unique and difficult for me to solve…
~A Date with a Book
In this novel we have a story that will keep you guessing practically up to the big reveal. I love mysteries that leave you guessing but have great character development and a plausible storyline which is compelling and easy to follow.
~Bookjunkie’s Book Blog
It was a really enjoyable and entertaining read with a perfect mix of mystery and romance.
Final Fondue (A Five-Ingredient Mystery)
3rd in Series
Publisher: Kensington (June 28, 2016)
Mass Market Paperback: 304 pages
E-Book ASIN: B0165HVIPM
Val Deniston certainly has her plate full running a café, dabbling with recipes, and helping her grandfather prepare for the town’s upcoming tri-centennial celebration, but she’s grown fond of her new life in the Chesapeake Bay town of Bayport. . .
So when Val is asked to reclaim her old position as a cookbook publicist in New York City, she puts off her decision in order to help her grandfather perfect his chocolate fondue for the weekend festivity’s dessert cook-off. But after the opening ceremonies, Val finds a houseguest strangled to death in her grandfather’s backyard. She suspects a classic case of mistaken identity, especially when another guest nearly bids her life a fondue farewell. Now it’s up to Val to keep the killer from making another stab at murder . . .
Includes 6 five-ingredient recipes!
About This Author
Maya Corrigan lives near Washington, D.C., within easy driving distance of Maryland’s Eastern Shore, the setting for this series. She has taught courses in writing, detective fiction, and American literature at Georgetown University and NOVA community college. A winner of the Daphne du Maurier Award for Excellence in Mystery and Suspense, she has published essays on drama and short stories under her full name of Mary Ann Corrigan.
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