I like this series, but of the many I have read, this was the one I liked the least, although it was still good. The recipes sound divine.
Like the series. This time it had Heaven, Joe and Chris in Aspen and Murray holding the fort in KC. Like the way they had the two areas.
I read the first 2 and now that I've started them intend to finish the series but .... not the greatest books I've ever read seem to go a bit slow for me. I think I've really enjoyed them more as I've read on and am now starting to wonder what happens to this goofy lady next. The books are a bit amusing in a droll sort of way. Actually, I think I probably liked them more than I thought I would. This is not a very good review but suffice it to say I probably won't read it again but glad I did the first time anyway.
From back of book:
Heaven Lee-- proprietress extraordinaire of Kansas City's celebrated Cafe Heaven-- knew she had to watch her back at Aspen's gossipy Real Dish Food Festival. But it wasn't until the saucy cook stumbled across the battered body of one of the Best Chef contestants that she realized how deadly the competition could be.
Every June, five thousand gourmands from across the globe gather in the chic resort town of Aspen, sipping wine in the pristine mountain air as five celebrity chefs battle for the Best Chef title. When the competitors start to drop, there's a bountiful supply of suspects. The intrepid Heaven discovers scores to settle, Hollywood ambitions, and outright malice before making sure a vicious killer gets their just deserts!
I recieved this book from another pbs personhaven't read yet