Mousse, Moscato & Murder (Willa Friday Food & Wine Mystery)

Mousse, Moscato & Murder (Willa Friday Food & Wine Mystery)

by Jamie Lee Scott

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BN ID: 2940154736623
Publisher: Jamie Lee Scott
Publication date: 09/28/2017
Series: Willa Friday Food & Wine Mystery
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 85,016
File size: 212 KB

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Mousse Moscato & Murder (Willa Friday Food & Wine Mystery) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Easy reading, keeps your interest. Love the family dynamics. Can't wait for more books! Keep them coming Jamie Lee!
Rockport_rocker More than 1 year ago
I love this series. It series hits all the right notes for me. First of all Willa, the main character, is intelligent and likeable and I understand and can relate to her thought processes. Next, I really care about Willa and her extended family. Finally, the plot makes sense! We get a nice taste of realistic romance which I enjoy even though romance is not essential for a book to be good. As a bonus for me, I am fascinating by food styling and photography so I enjoy this series more than the typical culinary series. Willa is curious about the death of a friendly acquaintance but it is her ex-mother-in-law’s jealously that really drives the beginning of the investigation into the death. Before long Willa's natural curiosity is enough to keep her going when bits and pieces they have collected don't add up. I have made the book sound kind of flat, but that fact is since a guy named Harvey came calling on my town and most of the Texas Gulf coast, my life has been a little chaotic and I am not doing much reviewing, but I had to take the time to share the fact that I loved Mousse Moscato & Murder and the Willa Friday Food & Wine Mystery series! The series should be a must by for most readers of amateur detective mysteries and for all public libraries.