Death with All the Trimmings (Key West Food Critic #5) (Mass Market)
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The only snow in Key West this Christmas is Hayley Snow, food critic for Key Zest magazine, who is not getting time off for the holiday…or time off from murder.
It may be Christmastime, but thoughts of peace on earth, good will toward men, don’t seem to extend to the restaurant biz. Hayley has been assigned to interview Edel Waugh, chef/owner of Key West’s hottest new restaurant. But off the record, Edel reveals someone’s sabotaging her kitchen and asks Hayley to investigate.
Things heat up fast when the restaurant is set on fire—and a body is discovered in the charred wreckage. Is someone out to destroy the chef’s business—or actually kill her? Amid holiday festivities like the lighted boat parade and visiting relatives who stir up mixed emotions, Hayley needs to smoke out an arsonist and a killer who may turn up the heat on her next…
About the Author
Clinical psychologist Roberta Isleib, aka Lucy Burdette, has had twelve previous mysteries published, including Murder with Ganache, Topped Chef, Death in Four Courses, and An Appetite for Murder in the national bestselling Key West Food Critic Mystery series. Her books and stories have been short-listed for Agatha, Anthony, and Macavity awards.
Praise for the national bestselling Key West Food Critic Mystery series:
"What fun! Lucy Burdette writes evocatively about Key West and food--a winning combination. I can't wait for the next entry in this charming series." --New York Times bestselling author Diane Mott Davidson
"Food, fun, and felonies. What more could a reader ask for?" --New York Times bestselling author Lorna Barrett
"Combines a lush, tropical setting, a mysterious murder, and plenty of quirky characters. The victim may not be coming back for seconds, but readers certainly will!" --New York Times bestselling author Julie Hyzy
"A fine plot, a delightful heroine, a wealth of food--and all the charm and craziness of Key West." --Richmond Times-Dispatch
"[For] gourmets who enjoy a little mayhem with their munchies." --Publishers Weekly