By: Christine Wenger
I liked this book. It is a foodie cozy mystery, so therefore food poisoning. The author created a good cast of characters to not make this a repetitive story. I read this book because I love comfort food and this has some great recipes.
Trixie bought the Silver Bullet Diner from her aunt. Along with the diner, she also gets a bunch of vacation cottages and an old Victorian home. She is living in the house and trying to get everything straight because she has never ran a business before this purchase. A new deputy is working in the small town and he is from Texas, a cowboy. The health inspector drops dead in the diner. Trixie is losing business so she tries to help Ty, the deputy, in finding the killer. She, of course, gets in over her head.
Supporting characters are great. The story flowed from chapter to chapter. It was a quick read. I will be waiting for the next book to come out!