This is my first Diane Mott Davidson book. I chose it because the narrator was Barbara Rosenblat. I am not particularly a food person but did find the book enjoyable. The pace moved right along with lots of humor stuck between the murder mystery. I enjoyed the book enough to read another Davidson book in this series.
I've read some of these books, so was looking forward to this one. However, I found the narrator to be annoying, which really impacted my enjoyment of the book.
"Diane Mott Davidson lives in Evergreen, Colorado with her husband and three sons and is the author of nine bestselling culinary mysteries including PRIME CUT, THE GRILLING SEASON and DYING FOR CHOCOLATE. She is currently at work on her eleventh novel."