Murder to Go by Chloe Kendrick

Maeve inherits a food truck from her aunt and everything is going great until the man in the next food truck over gets murdered. This sends Maeve down a crazy path of trying to figure out how her aunt paid for the truck and why there were obstacles to getting the proper permits and even whether her cause of death was natural or not. Meanwhile, the body count is increasing. Maeve needs to figure out just what’s going on before she becomes a statistic herself.

Murder to Go was a fun book (that’s sounds a bit strange since murder is in the title). I enjoyed following Maeve on her path to figure out what was going on. I never even suspected who was really behind it all so that made the end extra good for me. It’s the first in a series of food truck mysteries. I don’t feel any pressing need to read the rest, but I wouldn’t be opposed if the opportunity presented itself. I recommend this book to anyone who likes to read cozy mysteries.

4 (out of 5) Stars

Books Read in 2016: 115
Pages Read in 2016: 31,257
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