Reviews of The Case of the Curious Cook

Reviews  of The Case of the Curious Cook

” …a pleasant mélange with a garnish of death and danger.” Kirkus Reviews

“This third in the series succeeds in giving each of the agents her own moment to shine, while also exploring the perception of art as merchandise, online media, and the marginalization of women. Sharp writing highlights the humor of the characters even while tackling serious topics, making this yet another very enjoyable, fun, and not-always-proper British Mystery.” Cynthia Chow – Librarian, Hawaii State Public Library

“The ladies aren’t your run of the mill female detectives…I shall begin at the beginning and read more from this author. Very highly recommended.” Eileen Hall, Goodreads

“I found this book to be delightful! Although it is book 3 in the series, it worked well as a stand alone. I don’t feel as if I missed anything by not reading the others in the series first, but I enjoyed it so much, I think it would have been a good idea to read the other two. The characters run the gamut from a duchess to a young mother and from rich to working class. The author also added a man of not entirely reputable means, but with a caring heart it seems, for good measure.  Through their conversations and actions, I felt I got to know them all and enjoyed every minute of it. As a person who loves cozy mysteries, and has read a LOT of them, I can honestly say that this is among my favorite, and I highly recommend it.” Connie Martello, Goodreads