Pasta, Pinot & Murder
By Jamie Lee Scott
- Release Date: 2017-06-11
- Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Pasta, Pinot & Murder Jamie Lee Scott Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
Love food? Enjoy a nice glass of wine? How about a murder mystery?
Food blogger Willa Friday is excited to start training her new assistant to make recipes and style food. And she's excited that her blog, A Dish in Thyme, is finally making enough money to hire an assistant. But she has other obligations too, like the food photography for the annual Whine & Roses Benefit poster.
Dreading her meeting, Willa gets a surprise when she arrives and the vineyard owner is dead.
With her (ex)mother-in-law as the prime suspect, Willa reluctantly gets involved in the investigation. In the process, she learns of the many secrets the vineyard owners of Pear, California are hiding, which puts her directly in the killer's line of fire.
Included in this novel are recipes and food and wine pairing suggestions.
This is the first book in the Willa Friday Food and Wine Culinary Cozy Mystery series.
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User reviews about this book
Interesting murder mystery
Well written mystery without graphic violence, sex scenes or foul language. Good light read for a trip or reading on a beach. I think you would enjoy this book.
Pasta Pinot and murder
By forest danncer
Fun light reading with clues to
Give hints for reader strongly recommend, and I plan to read more of Ms Scott’s writing ps love cooking so that is a bonus ,,
Pasta, Pinot & Murder
Couldn’t stop reading once I started!
Pasta, Pinot, & Murder
A fast paced and humorous read that makes you hungry. Pair it with a Pinot Noir.
Pasta, Pinot and Murder
By Marsh Girl
Totally enjoyed this and the recipes were a bonus.
By LRB eye doctor
Good character. Easy read
Light and witty read!
Loved this book! I love the opportunity to read quick mysteries without all the unnecessary gore - and this was just that. Loved the recipes too; they're a great bonus.