Delicious and Suspicious

Delicious and Suspicious❰Download❯ ✤ Delicious and Suspicious Author Riley Adams – Bluevapours.co.uk Welcome to Aunt Pat's barbecue restaurant, which serves up Memphis fun with a side order of murder

Named in honor of Lulu Taylor's great aunt, Aunt Pat's familyrun Memphis restaurant is known Welcome to Aunt Pat's barbecue restaurant, which serves up Memphis fun with a side order of murderNamed in honor of Lulu Taylor's great aunt, Aunt Pat's familyrun Memphis restaurant is known for its ribs Delicious and eBook Á and spicy cornbread But now the Taylor family will be known for murderRebecca Adrian came to Memphis to suss out the best local BBQ for a prominent Cooking Channel Show Trouble is, a mystery ingredient has killed herand now all fingers are pointing to Aunt Pat's restaurant Horrified that her family is being accused of murder, Lulu fires up her investigative skills to solve the crime before someone else gets skewered.

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  • Paperback
  • 278 pages
  • Delicious and Suspicious
  • Riley Adams
  • English
  • 03 November 2017
  • 9780425235539

10 thoughts on “Delicious and Suspicious

  1. Elle& says:

    DNF

    The writing style was just... Not something I could read.

  2. Trish says:

    Well, I don't know much about Memphis, and not really that much about Southern-style BBQ, but unlike some of the other reviewers, I did really enjoy this book. I liked the characters, and the fact that they both had an emotional reaction to the murder other than I've got to find out who did this before they arrest me. Lulu seemed a lovely, warm character, with a definitely friendly grandmother approach to people, and there was just a feel-good vibe throughout, while still managing to not shy away from the overall plot.

    Memphis isn't somewhere I'd ever thought of going, but Beale Street sounds like it would be a fun place to visit. Also, the red beans and rice recipe at the back is pretty good.

  3. Andrea says:

    This book really annoyed me. I had to finish it just because I wanted to know who the killer was. However, there were too many characters and the author wrote from all of their viewpoints. Lulu annoyed me, and absolutely no one would just tell the cops what they knew but they were more than happy to open up to Lulu. If the cops had just asked the right questions, the second person wouldn't have been dead...

    And let's just face it, once you found out who did it, it was just lame...

    I will not be reading the rest of this series.

  4. Grey853 says:

    I debated giving this a one star, but gave it two. It's got some good points in that there are a few scenes that I liked. On the other hand, most of the book is filled with stereotypes, far too many characters, and too many obvious clues.

    Worst of all, I really didn't like Lulu. I know she was supposed to be the likable Southern cooking mom, but I found her overbearing and bossy. I just found it muddled and not very interesting, which was disappointing. I really wanted to like it.

  5. Nancy H says:

    The first entry in the barbecue restaurant mystery series, this book tells the story of what happens when a food critic suddenly dies in her hotel room after eating barbecue at a local restaurant. The critic turns out to be a nasty person who has criticized and humiliated many people, so there are a plethora of suspects who may have wanted to do her in. This is a good book for readers who like cozy foodie mysteries.

  6. Softness says:

    I don't know what in the world I just read. At first I thought it might be a slice of life murder mystery, but it became a little ridiculous after awhile. I did enjoy the setting of the BBQ restaurant and all the talk about ribs. Most of the characters were nosy and annoying, and it took forever for the murders to be solved. I only finished the book because I started it. If this is a series - I won't be looking for book #2. Just isn't my style of story.

  7. Joy Gerbode says:

    Another cozy mystery, nothing particularly special ... but the bbq ribs sure did sound delicious!!!

  8. Mary says:

    Sorry, folks, but I could not read this book. I will admit, I only got to page 35 but there was nothing about the plot or the characters that could hold my attention. When it comes to short books...this one is only 288 pages, if a reader isn't into the story pretty quick, it just isn't going to happen. I am sure a lot of folks will enjoy this book...and the rest of the books in the series, but I am not one of them.

  9. Pam says:

    I just couldn't get into this one. Not the story or the characters.

  10. Bibliofiendlm says:



    Did not finish. Boooooorrrrring. Lacked any punch that most fun food cozy mysteries have. Not my thing.

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