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I received this book on NetGalley from the publisher and was not required to post a positive review. All thoughts are my own.
The title hooked me & the name of the pancake house, The Flip Side, is just so clever. Her descriptions of the food made me wish the Flip Side was real & just down the street so I could go there. The description of the restaurant had me picturing a smaller, cozier version of Cracker Barrel.
This is the only cozy I can think of where the amateur sleuth( Marley McKinney) actually spent her days working & taking car of day to day tasks. I really enjoyed that she didn't just drop everything else & spend all day sleuthing. Marley seemed very real to me. I loved how she greeted & cared for her pets, Flapjack the cat, & her boyfriend, Brett's dog Bentley as soon as she got home. I also liked that Marley supported local artists.
Her part time teen-age waitress, Sienna involved herself in Marley's sleuthing & I thought she was a great partner to Marley.
I was left with a few questions at the end. What became of certain characters? Is it Tassy they found? Hopefully book 5 will tell us. I don't know if I missed the clues, but for me the killer was a complete surprise.
This was a different kind of cozy for me. There's not much humor, & there is a lot of romance. There were times I thought it was a romance novel. The mysteries were good, I just thought there was a little too much romance. I really liked that there were 2 mysteries.to solve. The 2nd one was very sad, but very compelling.
I think cozy fans will enjoy a trip to Wildwood Cove to see Marley at the Flip Side & I look forward to the next book.
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Marley McKinney is the owner of The Flip Side, a pancake house in Wildwood Cove, located on the coast. When the Waffle King plans to opens a waffle house right across the street from Marley's Flip Side, and is murdered, Lisa, her best friend and Ivan, her chef become prime suspects.
A well-written and well-paced story. This is a standalone. The author provides enough information so you do not feel lost or left out of what is going on.
Recipes are an added bonus.
I received an Advanced Reader’s Copy from Lyrical Underground via Netgalley and these are my own opinions.
Marley finds herself investigating cold cases involving two missing women while trying to prove a present day case that Lisa & Ivan didn't murder the Waffle King, Wally Fowler.
Marley's relationship with Brett intensifies as Brett copes with his father's heart attack on their job site.
Plenty of suspects to keep the plots twisting.
I volunteered to read an ARC through Net Galley