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Rosemary's Gravy by Melissa F. Miller
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Routine slightly boring mystery. Chef cooks a meal, guest dies of poisoning, poison was found in the food, chef number 1 suspect. (Unless you live in Seattle and then the chef is member of the community #1). ( )
  Bettesbooks | May 30, 2017 |
This was a good clean read. I think the detective is a pretty nice guy. (I also give him brownie points for waiting for this "thing" between Rosemary and Felix to fizzle.) I'm definitely willing to try out the sequel. ( )
  caslater83 | Nov 12, 2016 |
I'm on a run of "cozy" mysteries these days, and this was a good one!

Rosemary is a research scientist turned personal chef, for family reasons. She has a lucrative gig, but with a movie star married to a business tycoon, neither of which are easy to deal with. And then their is his flirtatious, handsome son...

When the movie star dies of allergic shock after eating some kind of nuts, obviously Rosemary is under suspicion. And when she and Felix- the mogul's son- start to pursue a relationship, and he is felled by food poisoning...

Many twists to this plot, and they are nicely done. In addition, Rosemary learns and grows throughout all this, and her sisters help.

I am intrigued by the relationship between the sisters, and would love to know more details about their situation after their parents abandoned the family business to, literally, sail away into the sunset! The sisters seem very different, but with a close and caring bond.

I would also love to know how at least 2 of them got such insanely lucrative gigs in jobs wehre underpaying is much more common!

Anyway- a fun mystery, well-paced, with interesting characters. ( )
  cissa | Aug 1, 2016 |
Very good read ( )
  Grandy | Apr 24, 2016 |
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