The Good, the Bad and the Guacamole
(A Taste of Texas Mystery)
2nd in Series
Berkley (November 1, 2016)
Mass Market Paperback: 304 pages
E-Book ASIN: B01BK0SQ72
About the Book:
Tex-Mex waitress and part-time reporter Josie Callahan is about to serve up some Lone Star justice in this spicy Taste of Texas Mystery from the author of Here Today, Gone Tamale. Tourists are pouring into the town of Broken Boot for the annual Homestead Days Music Festival. Opening the celebration at Two Boots dance hall is smooth-talking country singer Jeff Clark, the ex-boyfriend of Josie’s best friend, Patti Perez. When the charming Clark woos Patti onstage in an attempt to rekindle some sparks with his old flame, Josie fears her friend will end up as just one more notch on the singer’s guitar strap. To impress her editor at the Broken Boot Bugle, Josie and her Chihuahua, Lenny, pursue the singer to Patti’s house, hoping for an interview. Instead, they discover Clark facedown in a bowl of guacamole with a bloodied guitar at his side. With Patti suddenly a murder suspect, Josie must use her reporter skills to find out who had a chip on their shoulder—before the killer double dips….
INCLUDES TEX-MEX RECIPES!
My Review: 4 out of 5 stars
I love a good cozy mystery and this is a great read. I loved it. You might want to read the first book in the series before you read this one but I would recommend this story to cozy mystery fans.
I really enjoyed how this involves country music and food. Two of my favorite things. I really enjoyed reading and finding out who done what. This will keep you on your toes and guessing for sure. It also made me hungry when she put the food in the mix as well.
The characters were really well detailed and I loved the dog and how he had a blog. Thought that was cute. I am looking forward to reading more
I received a copy of of this book in exchange for my review.
About The Author:
Rebecca Adler grew up on the sugar beaches of the Florida Gulf Coast. Drawn to the Big Apple by the sweet smell of wishful thinking, she studied acting on Broadway until a dark-eyed cowboy flung her over his saddle and hightailed it to the Southwest. Prior to writing women’s fiction, Gina always found a way to add a touch of the dramatic to her life: dinner theatre in Mississippi, can-can club in Florida, and playing a giant Furskin in the New York Toy Fair, plus the occasional play and musical. She’s currently content to pour her melodramatic tendencies into writing her Taste of Texas culinary mystery series. Set in far West Texas, her humorous stories are filled with delicious suspense and scrumptious Tex-Mex recipes. Her alter ego, Gina Lee Nelson, writes sweet contemporary romances with a sweet, Southern-fried flavor.
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