The luck of the Irish runs out when a young nanny from Dublin is killed in the new Cook-Off Mystery . . .
Not long after her family’s store suffers serious damage in a punishing nor’easter, things go from bad to worse for Sherry Oliveri when her new neighbors’ nanny is killed. It soon comes to light that the sous chef for her brother’s food truck was with the young woman the night she was murdered, and the police have him squarely in their crosshairs as the main suspect. With the store closed for repairs, Sherry puts her extra free time to work trying to clear his name.
Juggling impromptu cook-offs and her investigation, Sherry learns that before she was murdered, the nanny was an endless source of old Irish folktales and superstitions, most of them forecasting gloom and doom for any who didn’t heed their warnings. Wondering if the young woman foresaw her own demise, Sherry starts looking for hints she might have left behind—and discovers an enigmatic clue in her own store’s attic. Deciphering the note and unraveling the case will take Sherry on a trip through Irish mythology that leads right back to her family store’s very doorstep . . .
Includes recipes from Sherry’s kitchen!
Praise for the Cook-Off Mysteries:
“The Cook-Off Mystery series by Devon Delaney is a very tasty treat!” —Cozy Mystery Book Reviews
“This is a very fun and rollicking mystery that stays light-hearted even as the case gets more complicated . . . Cooking, holiday celebrations, and moving family drama all make for the perfect escape.” —Kings River Life
About the Author:
Devon Delaney has been handsomely rewarded for her recipe innovation over the last twenty-plus years. Among the many prizes she has won are a full kitchen of major appliances, five-figure top cash prizes, and four trips to Disney World. She is a wife, mother of three, and grandmother of two. She’s a lifelong resident of the Northeast and currently resides in coastal Connecticut. You can learn more about Devon at http://www.devonpdelaney.com.
Sherry is a very busy woman. Between her cook-offs, time with friends and family and solving crimes it is a wonder she has any time to herself. When a neighbor’s nanny is found dead and the last person to see her was her brothers cook, what is a girl to do but solve the murder. There are lots of myths and legends in this story and great cooking. It is a lovely fun read with lots of twists and turns in the storyline.