Irish Stewed is the first book in Kylie Logan’s Ethnic Eats Mystery series. Recently fired from her job as a personal chef, Laurel Inwood arrives in Hubbard, Ohio to take care of her Aunt Sophie’s Terminal at the Tracks restaurant while Sophie undergoes knee surgery. Only, Laurel is expecting a quaint bistro, not the hole-in-the-wall greasy spoon she finds.
Laurel wants to head right back out of town, but when she and Sophie stumble over a dead body at the restaurant, Laurel decides to stay. For now. The police quickly have a suspect, but Declan, the handsome Irishman who runs the Irish store across the street from the Terminal, doesn’t believe the suspect is the killer. Laurel agrees.
The problem is, Laurel discovers other suspects, including Declan and her aunt Sophie. She’s determined to find the real killer before her aunt comes under suspicion. Meanwhile, keeping the restaurant alive might prove even more difficult, especially with Declan’s insistence to help.
Irish Stewed is a fun mystery with intriguing characters. There were several unexpected twists, too. I’m looking forward to the next installment in the Ethnic Eats Mystery series!
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