- File Size: 1055 KB
- Print Length: 269 pages
- Publisher: Berkley (June 7, 2011)
- Publication Date: June 7, 2011
- Sold by: Penguin Group (USA) LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B004RL0BHA
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #385,417 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Finger Lickin' Dead (A Memphis BBQ Mystery Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Her clever recipe:
1 Cup - Do not give away anything the reader can solve him or herself. Let
readers investigate vicariously through all the characters.
2 Cups - Write characters that are memorable, genuine, and adorable.
1 TB - Keep the pages turning with tasty barbecue and interesting settings.
2 TB - Keep the reader bubbling with side stories that stir a very
tasty barbecue sauce, right down to the finest ingredients.
Dash - Extra spices to taste that suspend the reader right till the
last few pages.
Just bake at 350 degrees Adamsheit for about 250 pages and you'll have them begging to come back to Aunt Pat's for the next sticky, mouth-watering book.
But you will have to get in line behind me.
Yours in literature,
The murder victim is an anonymous food critic who writes scalding reviews. The main place for a gathering of friends in this book is Lulu's 'Aunt Pat's Barbeque, right on Beale Street. That's where Cheryl, Peggy Sue, and Evelyn come by to shoot the breeze with Lulu.
Lulu is an older woman (like me) with grandchildren, a gentle heart and a little overweight. She accidently got caught up in solving a mystery before this book so she has some experience. All of the characters are well developed but I fell in love with one of Lulu's granddaughters, Ella Bella, who was a junior Lulu investigator in the making.
I can think of nothing wrong with this book. I loved the story, the setting, the characters and of course the food.
I recommend this book to all cozy mystery lovers.
The cast of characters is well done-- some quirky -- all believable. Lots of southern flavor. Some honest family dynamics.
Riley Adams does a good job of filling in details if you have not read the previous books.
I hope there are several more installments to come!