Murder Is No Picnic (A Cape Cod Foodie Mystery) by Amy Pershing
COMING JUNE 7, 2022
When a celebrity chef is found dead,
Samantha Barnes, the “Cape Cod Foodie”,
finds her search for the world’s best blueberry buckle
turning into a search for a killer . . .
Murder Is No Picnic (A Cape Cod Foodie Mystery) Cozy Mystery 3rd in Series Setting – Cape Cod, Massachusetts Publisher : Berkley (June 7, 2022) Mass Market Paperback : 336 pages ISBN-10 : 0593199189 ISBN-13 : 978-0593199183 Digital ASIN : B09K66BGZF
The Fourth of July is coming, and for professional food lover Samantha Barnes, it’s all about the picnic. Okay, and the fireworks. And the parade. But mostly the picnic. What could be better than a DIY clambake followed by the best blueberry buckle in the world? Sam has finally found the perfect recipe in the kitchen of Clara Foster, famed cookbook author and retired restaurateur, and she’s thrilled when Clara agrees to a buckle baking lesson.
But when Clara dies in a house fire blamed on carelessness in the kitchen, Sam doesn’t believe it. Unfortunately, her doubts set in motion an investigation pointing to the new owner of Clara’s legendary restaurant—and a cousin of Sam’s harbormaster boyfriend. So, in between researching the Cape’s best lobster rolls and planning her clambake, Sam needs to find Clara’s killer before the fireworks really start….
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Amy Pershing, who spent every summer of her childhood on Cape Cod, was an editor, a restaurant reviewer and a journalist before leading employee communications at a global bank. A few years ago she waved goodbye to Wall Street to write full time. Murder Is No Picnic is the third of the Cape Cod Foodie mysteries featuring Samantha Barnes, a disgraced but resilient ex-chef who retreats home to Cape Cod where she finds herself juggling a new job as the local paper’s “Cape Cod Foodie,” a complicated love life, a posse of just-slightly-odd friends, a falling-down house, a ginormous dog and a propensity for falling over dead bodies. Elizabeth Gilbert called the first book in the series, A Side of Murder, “the freshest, funniest mystery I have ever read,” and Kirkus Reviews gave the second book, An Eggnog to Die For, a starred review, saying, “A delightful sleuth, a complex mystery, and lovingly described cuisine: a winner for both foodies and mystery mavens.”Website: AmyPershingAuthor.com Follow amypershingauthor on Facebook Follow amypershingauthor on Instagram Sign up for News from the Cape Cod Foodie! Cover Reveal Participants My Reading Journeys My Journey Back Maureen’s Musings Celticlady’s Reviews The Book’s the Thing Christa Reads and Writes Cozy Up With Kathy Socrates Book Reviews StoreyBook Reviews Books Blog I Read What You Write Brooke Blogs Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book Sapphyria’s Book Reviews #BRVL Book Review Virginia Lee Blog Just Another Teen Reading Books Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers Lisa Ks Book Reviews Books a Plenty Book Reviews Baroness Book Trove Lady Hawkeye Reading Is My SuperPower Island Confidential
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