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Jane moves into a new town in Colorado, not too far from where she was living, so it is a nice blend of old friends from the dinner club in combination with new characters from the new neighborhood. She gets pulled into a murder mystery when the victim was found in the lot next door. It was fun reading about the different adventures that give Jane an opportunity to seek for clues. I also enjoyed reading more about the dinner club group of friends who help her solve the mystery.
At one of the dinner's he meets a chef who she befriends. But after so many things that have happened, she isn't sure if she wants to be involved with a new man. Jane can't help but ask questions, but will her curiosity get her killed?
Whalen writes a good tale that keeps you at the edge of your chair wondering what will happen next. I found this book good and very entertaining.
There were other unbelievable plot points like a professional chef who never has to work on Friday or Saturday nights (pull the other one), an enormous and confusing cast of characters, and frankly a lot of waffling about by Jane who is shallow enough to be offended when construction workers DON’T wolf-whistle at her after cat-calling a much younger woman. I couldn’t warm to her, and I found the story dull and predictable. If cozy mysteries are your thing, you might enjoy it, but I really didn’t. I can’t give it any more than three stars.
Disclaimer: I received this book for review through ReadingAlley.
I felt the story had some good strong points and I found others lagging.
Jane Marsh can be a great character, she just needs some polishing.
The idea of a dinner club is unique and adds a creative twist to the story.
A brief description of the story involves a death in Jane's neighbors backyard.
When two bodies are discovered, Jane regrets moving to her new home, after all, she was a suspect in her previous husband's death.
Jane begins asking questions and soon enough comes face to face with her own potential demise.
There were a lot of characters introduced in this book and I was a bit overwhelmed learning who everyone was. Once I got going, I had a better grasp on them all.
I would like to see Jane as a stronger character, after all, she did lose two husbands under suspicious circumstances.
I think a seasoned cozy mystery buff would enjoy this book, but I definitely suggest reading the first book beforehand.
I voluntarily read an ARC of this book provided by the publisher and NetGalley.