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Book Review: Cinco de Murder (A Taste of Texas Mystery Book 3)

Tex-Mex waitress and part-time reporter Josie Callahan serves up more Lone Star justice in this spicy mystery from the author of The Good, the Bad, and the Guacamole.

It’s fiesta time in Broken Boot, Texas, and tourists are pouring into town faster than free beer at a bull roping for the mouthwatering Cinco de Mayo festivities. Tex-Mex waitress Josie Callahan, her feisty abuela, and even her spunky Chihuahua Lenny are polishing their folklórico dances for Saturday’s big parade, while Uncle Eddie is adding his own spicy event to the fiesta menu: Broken Boot’s First Annual Charity Chili Cook-off.

But Uncle Eddie’s hopes of impressing the town council go up in smoke when cantankerous chili cook Lucky Straw is found dead in his tent. And when Josie’s beloved uncle is accused of fatal negligence, she, Lenny, and the steadfast Detective Lightfoot must uncover who ended the ambitious chilihead’s life–before another cook kicks the bucket.

Book Review:

I have yet to read the first two books in this series. However, that didn’t stop me from enjoying “Cinco de Murder,” the third Book in the “A Taste of Texas Mystery” series by Rebecca Adler. I will go back to read the first two so that I may better understand the characters.

If you’re wanting something Cinco de Mayo themed, this had that. It was super holiday themed but enough to put you in the Cinco de Mayo mindset. It’s explained multiple times in various ways what the holiday actually is, which I feel is important.



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