Review; Sifting Through Clues (Cookbook Nook Mystery #8) by Daryl Wood Gerber

Last year I was lucky enough to recieve an ARC of Sifting Through Clues (Cookbook Nook Mystery #8) by Daryl Wood Gerber through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
Book clubs from all over have descended on Crystal Cove to celebrate the library’s Book Club Bonanza week, and Jenna Hart has packed the Cookbook Nook with juicy reads and tasty cookbooks. But she’s most excited about spending an evening with the Mystery Mavens and their moveable feast, when they will go from house to house to share different culinary treats and discuss the whodunit they’re all reading. It’s all good food and fun for the savvy armchair detectives, until one of the members of the group is found murdered at the last stop on the tour.

As if that weren’t enough to spoil her appetite, Jenna discovers that all the evidence points to her friend Pepper as being the guilty party. And with Pepper’s chief-of-police daughter too close to the case to be impartial, Jenna knows she’ll have to step in to help clear her friend’s name before a bitter injustice sends her to jail. Sifting through the clues, Jenna unearths any number of possible culprits, but she’ll have to cook up a new way to catch the killer before Pepper’s goose is cooked . . .

Includes tasty sweet and savory recipes!

My Thoughts on the Book
This is a charming cosy mystery, which includes a cookbook store and a cat and I liked several of the characters. The showdown with the murderer was perhaps a bit unbelievable, but the comic relief of it made it work.

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