Review: Stabbed in the Baklava
Title: Stabbed in the Baklava
Series: Kebab Kitchen Mystery #2
Author: Tina Kashian
Release Date: August 28th, 2018
Rating: 4/5 Stars
Synopsis from Goodreads: Lucy Berberian has taken over her family’s Mediterranean restaurant on the Jersey Shore after an unsatisfying stint at a Philadelphia law firm. It’s great to be back in her old beach town, even if she’s turning into a seasoned sleuth . . . Catering a high-society wedding should bring in some big income for Kebab Kitchen—and raise its profile too. But it’s not exactly good publicity when the best man winds up skewered like a shish kebab. Worse yet, Lucy’s ex, Azad—who’s the restaurant’s new head chef—is the prime suspect. But she doesn’t give a fig what the cops think. He may have killer looks, but he’s no murderer. She just needs to prove his innocence, before he has to go on the lamb . . .
My Review: This was a great cozy mystery and I enjoyed it quite a bit. I hadn’t read the first book in the series but that didn’t affect how much I liked this one. I found the characters to be engaging and likeable and I loved all the food descriptions. Many of them had my mouth watering! I would definitely recommend this series to fans of cozy mysteries and I look forward to reading more books in the series.
*I received this book from Kensington Publishing in exchange for an honest review*