Review; Sconed to Death (Cat Latimer Mystery #5) by Lynn Cahoon
Last year I was fortunate enough to recieve an ARC of the cosy mystery Sconed to Death (Cat Latimer Mystery #5) by Lynn Cahoon through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards, but I haven't published my review until now.
Description from Goodreads
Cat Latimer pursues a scone-cold killer who iced a top chef in a local bakery . . .
Cat has a full plate at her Aspen Hills Warm Springs Resort, as a group of aspiring cozy mystery authors arrives for a writers retreat. So when baker Dee Dee Meyer stirs up trouble by filing a false complaint with the health inspector against the B&B--all because she insists Cat's best friend Shauna stole her recipes--Cat marches into the shop to confront her.
But Dee Dee's about to have her own batch of trouble. Greyson Finn--a celebrity chef and, until today, one of Denver's most eligible bachelors--has been found dead in her bakery. Cat's uncle Pete, who happens to be the chief of police, warns her not to engage in any half-baked sleuthing. But as her curiosity rises, Cat's determined to discover who served the chef his just desserts--before the killer takes a powder . . .
My Thoughts on the BookThe mystery is well written, with a good pace and a few twists and turns to make it more interestig. I also liked several of the characters and the dynamics between them.