Chef Maurice is once again spending more time sleuthing than cheffing. A celebrity chef is found murdered right in the middle of the Beakley Spring Fayre. With lots of evidence from photographers and videographers, amateur and professional, it should be easy to find the culprit. The only problem is it’s not, and there are quite a few people to investigate with surprising ties to the murdered woman.
Chef Maurice and the Bunny-Boiler Bake Off was quite funny and enjoyable to read. The pace was good. There were a couple twists that were well done. I highly recommend it for a mind vacation sort of read. You do not have to read the other two Chef Maurice books for this one to make sense.
5 (out of 5) Stars
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