If you enjoy a cozy mystery with a celebrity murder, a little romance, lots of suspects, a challenging plot, likeable characters, set in a pretty English village -- then you're going to love Murder on the Menu.
When Lizzie leaves the bright lights of London to return to her roots in the quiet and quaint Cumbrian hills in the North of England she doesn't expect to be the main suspect in the murder of her celebrity chef boss Armand. A boss who she dislikes intensely as he is a pretentious, loud, obnoxious bully. But she was the last person to see him alive as she was working late on the night she was killed and, as she lives alone, she has no alibi.
Unless she finds the killer, Lizzie is worried that the police will charge her. An ally, in the shape of her neighbour's brother, offers to help her. But handsome Jack has been suspended from his special agent job recently -- why? Can she trust him?
Lizzie had a good job in London, lots of friends, so why did she leave all that behind? And who was Adam and why is she avoiding his calls?
So many questions waiting to be answered in this cozy mystery and I absolutely loved it!
Lizzie is a likeable heroine and Jack is the guy with all the contacts who can look after himself, they made a fun and fabulous team that I'm looking forward to reading more about as the series progresses.
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