Review: Rest in Pizza by Chris Cavender

Rest In Pizza (Pizza Lovers, #4)
by Chris Cavender

Small towns like Timber Ridge – the home of Eleanor Swift’s pizzeria, A Slice of Delight – don’t take to primadonna celebs. So no-one is pleased when TV’s Antonio Benet roars into town and manages to insult Eleanor, her sister Maddie and everyone else within earshot. Insults are one thing, but the murder that follows is quite another.

Eleanor and Maddie are at it again, this time, a chef was murdered right under their noses… I mean, right inside their Pizza parlor, A Slice of Delight and all hell broke loose when possible suspects were revealed. Not that everyone’s concerned about the chef’s death though. Chef Benet wasn’t exactly the most pleasing person you’d want to meet.
I enjoyed this murder mystery suspense, Eleanor is quite a gal, knows when and where to strike and investigate. Her sister is a great company, I love their dynamics together although most of the time they argue over silly things. Chef Benet may had seen his murder coming, given his annoying superior attitude. Over all, the story went great, and I was thrilled for the last 3 hours reading it. Perfect summer read!

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