This is the first book in a brand new series, Tiffany Austin Food Blogger (sorry, Goodreads doesn’t have a series page up for it so no link for that) by established cozy mystery author, T.C. LoTempio. Her longest running and probably most well-known is the Nick & Nora Mysteries. I still need to start the Nick & Nora series and probably have most of them in some form or another. This lady always writes an awesome mystery with adorable pets!
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My Goodreads review:
Eat, Drink and Drop Dead by T.C. LoTempio
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Anything I’ve read by this author always has characters you’d like to have as friends and storylines that pull me in right away. And this book didn’t disappoint in either of those things. I really enjoyed meeting Tiffany and her coworkers at the magazine. Hilary was such an awesome bestie. I don’t think there’s anything that girl wouldn’t do for her buddy, Tiff as you’ll read when they go sleuthing. And Hilary was very good when it came to enabling Tiff on dating a certain handsome detective. Dale was the kind of boss anybody would just love to have. He was fair and easy to get along with…and he didn’t mind hybrid employees as long as they came to the staff meetings.
The mystery was a good one and I was stumped until a clue came along toward the end of the book. Then I knew exactly whodunit possibly a little sooner than Tiffany did. That was one good showdown too, and the ending was super sweet. I can’t wait for more in this series!
I voluntarily read and reviewed an ARC of this book provided by Severn House via NetGalley, and my opinions are my own.
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Sounds good Tari. I didn’t think I could start a new series as I am so far behind on so many others, but it sounds like a good one.
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Thanks, Carla! Her more recent series haven’t been super long, so I wonder if this one might be similar and just have another book or two. Hehe, sorry to enable but it was pretty darn good! I wouldn’t’ve minded seeing her Urban Pet Shop series go for more books, it was pretty fun and that one-eyed cat always cracked me up the way it helped her!
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