Chef Billy Blessing thinks he’s the intended target. As he tries to find out “why it happened and who did it,” politics, high finance and more have Billy searching for clues as he dishes the dirt with cool insider info, lots of laughs and a good dose of suspense. This is a very good book that I immensely enjoyed.
The first book in this series – The Morning Show Murders – is equally enjoyable, but not necessary to read before book two, as there is enough of a back story to get you up to speed, but you won’t want to miss it.
Reviewed by Terry (staff)