A Fatal Family Feast (Farm-to-Fork Mystery #6) by Lynn Cahoon #bookreview #mystery

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Title: A Fatal Family Feast

Author: Lynn Cahoon

Publisher:   Lyrical Press

Publication Date: January 4, 2022

Page Count: 194

My rating: 5 stars

About the book:

Angie Turner’s Idaho restaurant, the County Seat, is the perfect site for a picturesque country wedding, but the party planning skids to a halt when the groom-to-be is implicated in a murder investigation…

When Angie’s best friend and business partner, Felicia Williams, picks the County Seat to host her upcoming nuptials, Angie wants it to feel like a family affair–especially since Felicia is set to marry the farm-to-fork restaurant’s talented sous chef, Estebe Blackstone. Unfortunately, the bride’s actual family is far less enthusiastic about the union. They’re pulling out all the stops to cancel the couple’s wedding, even arranging for a surprise visit from Felicia’s ex-fiancé (and her father’s current lackey). But when her ex is killed days before the ceremony and Estebe is framed for the crime, Angie and the County Seat crew must scramble to solve the murder and save the wedding . . .

A Fatal Family Feast by Lynn Cahoon is the sixth full length novel in the cozy Farm-to-Fork Mystery series which also has three companion novellas. As with most cozy mystery series each book of the Farm-to-Fork Mystery series can be read as a standalone if choosing to do so as each contains it’s own mystery solved by the end of the book. However, there is always a bit of character building within each read that carries over from book to book for those that follow the series from the beginning.

In this series Angie Turner has moved back to her hometown in rural Idaho after her grandmother’s passing and opened up a new restaurant, the County Seat. Angie’s restaurant has really taken off in the small town offering fresh ingredients straight from the surrounding farms. Angie has also gotten pretty good at solving the murders that keep turning up in the area although she keeps hoping to be done with her crime solving.

This time around Angie is preparing for the wedding of Angie’s best friend and business partner, Felicia Williams and Angie’s sous chef, Estebe Blackstone. Everyone at the County Seat are like family to Angie so of course she wanted to host the nuptials. But unfortunately just for the wedding Felicia’s ex comes to town trying to win her back and the next thing they all know is he is found murdered putting Estebe at the top of the suspect list.

The cozy Farm-to-Fork Mystery series is one that I have followed from the beginning being a fan of the author and her books. This series has all the ingredients I love in a cozy being full of humor, likable characters, some cute critters and an always engaging mystery. After six full length books and 3 novellas I feel like I’m returning to family in this series and after all of that time this felt like one of the best of the series so of course I will continue to return as long as the author does.

I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley.

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About the author:

Lynn Cahoon is the author of the NYT and USA Today best-selling Tourist Trap cozy mystery series. She also pens the Cat Latimer series, the Farm to Fork series, and the Kitchen Witch series. Small town setting, big time fun with a bit of murder to keep it interesting. Romance novels are published under the pen name, Lynn Collins. She lives in a small river town like Mark Twain with her husband and three fur kids.

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