In Lois Lavrisa's Dying for Dinner Rolls, the first installment in the Chubby Chicks Club culinary cozy series, she introduced us to a group of friends with this new cozy series debut. When Cat Thompson's friend Lucy was found murdered in her home, she didn't believe it was suicide. It was up to her and her friend Annie to figure it out for themselves. When they re-evaluated her life for clues, Cat also wondered more about who wanted to murder her father and searched for answers with a sedoku crossword puzzle. When they get closer to the truth, they figured out who it was and get caught into an embroiled mess.
For this charming culinary cozy debut, I did care about Cat and her friends. Talk about a diverse background, including her heritage for her origins. I did feel sorry for Lucy and hated her husband Bert for being a lying cheat and a sneak. I liked the small town location in Georgia and the idealistic settings that took place there. This was a fun read that would make you keep turning the pages to the end. Great drama, good suspense with culinary recipes to enjoy, with nice non-stop action and intrigue.
Will you be dying for dinner rolls tonight? If so, pick up a package and enjoy this book!
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