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Posted September 25, 2013
4 STARS I liked Chili Con Carnage. It was spicy hot with all th
I liked Chili Con Carnage. It was spicy hot with all the murders taking place.
Maxie and her half sister Sylvia are always fighting. The suspense is good to the end. Their are lots of suspects.
One thing I noticed the police did not seem to be doing much. You see them gather evidence and see them take a suspect in for the first murder and that's it.
I like Maxie. Her life is a mess. She is trying to keep her father's business going and trying to find what happened to him. He is missing. She seems ditsy at first but shows later how much she has learned.
Sylvia I have not cared for. But we really don't know that much about her. She is older and is willing to help keep her father's chili spices business going and following the tour.
Their is a big group that follows the tour selling their products to different towns as they go. The girls when they were young would go around the tour with their father.
When Maxie is worried about her sister Nick the security guard tells her to start thinking who the real murder is. He did expect her to actually go and investigate. Their are a lot of mystery about him.
This is a fun clean cozy mystery. The first in the A Chili Cook-off Mystery.
It can lead to eating chili with beans or no beans. I would like to see what happens next.
I was given this book to read and asked to give honest review of it and be part of its book tour.
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