The is the second book in the Ethnic data mystery. Kylie Logan has been a favorite author of mine since I read the first Button book. This book did not disappoint me. The characters became friends at once and I was able to follow the story. The town of Hubbard, Ohio is celebrating the 130 anniversary of the gift of the Statue Of Liberty from France. The Terminal is featuring French cuisine dishes for the week. A friend of Sophia, Rocky Arnaud plan to help with the dishes featured is found dead with traces of poison in her body. The death is ruled suicide but Laurel feels that her actions do not show that Rocky plan to take her life. As She begins to investigate she learns Rocky had been involved with students unrest during the Vietnam War protests. Has the past come back to hurt? Recipes in the book are included. I highly recommend this book.
Disclosure: I received a free copy from Berkeley Publishing through NetGalley for an honest review. I would like to thank them for this opportunity to read and review the book. The opinions expressed are my own.
I liked this book too.
I havent read this book yet – it looks great! Thanks for sharing your review!
It sounds like an interesting series.
I like everything I have read by her. My favorite is the Button Series. Probably no reviews as I have paperbacks of the series. She writes a paranormal as Casey Daniels that is good