Tuesday, March 10, 2015
Review: Diners, Drive-Ins, and Death by Christine Wenger
Title: Diners, Drive-ins, and Death (A Comfort Food Mystery Series)
Author: Christine Wenger
Trixie Matkowski owns the Silver Bullet Diner, plenty of lake front property and cabins, a big Victorian home which she calls the "Big House", and what she doesn't own her best friend Antoinette Chloe Brownelli (ACB) for version of her name.
Anyway ACB has bought some land to open a drive-in movie theater.
What the surprise was is that her missing beau Nick Brownelli is found murdered there. The worst happened an ACB is arrested for murder.
Trixie is trying to take care of her diner, the Miss Salmon Contest to which ACB set up but with her in jail there is a problem of hands on trouble. You see all the Miss Salmon contestants are staying at the (Big House), and on her land is also The Rubbers the Motorcycle Chefs that Nick rode with and are there for the services.
Topping all of this Sandy Harbor, New York, has laid claim to good looking Ty Brisco a Houston transplant and is the top local law enforcement. Trixie's ex-husband cheated she is not interested in Ty, he may be good looking, has a cute dimple, knows how to wear a pair of jeans and cowboy hat but no Trixie hasn't noticed.
Anyway when threats start happening, shady business deals, murders and eccentric characters chime in to this week Trixie thinks what more could go wrong? As it turns out plenty could and does go wrong.
This is a very entertaining series and the characters will make you die of love an laughter. I will read the series as long as Christine Wenger writes it. I give this book eight out of ten.
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