Treble at the Jam Fest (Food Lovers' Village Mystery #4) (Paperback)
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Murder Strikes a Sour Note
Erin Murphy, manager of Glacier Mercantile (aka the Merc), is tuning up for Jewel Bay's annual Jazz Festival. Between keeping the Merc's shelves stocked with Montana's tastiest local fare and hosting the festival's kick-off concert, Erin has her hands full.
Discord erupts when jazz guitarist Gerry Martin plummets to his death from the rocks above the Jewel River. The one-time international sensation had fallen out of sync with festival organizers, students, and performers. Was his death an accident--or did someone even the score?
Erin investigates despite the warning signs not to get involved. And when the killer attacks, she orchestrates her efforts into one last crescendo, hoping to avoid a deadly finale.
Praise for the Food Lovers' Village Mysteries:
A pleasing read with a thoughtful heroine, a plethora of red herrings, and some foodie tips.--Kirkus Reviews
A lighthearted and amusing story with the added bonus of several yummy recipes.--Mystery Scene
Treble at the Jam Fest has all the necessary elements to satisfy cozy mystery lovers: likeable, believable characters, a fast-moving plot, and a logical ending. Great fun --Suspense Magazine
A delicious mystery as richly constructed as the layers of a buttery pastry. Wine, enchiladas, and song make for a gourmet treat in the coziest town in Montana --Krista Davis, New York Times bestselling author of the Domestic Diva Mysteries
Leslie is a fellow foodie who loves a good mystery and it shows in this delightful tale --Cleo Coyle, New York Times bestselling author of the Coffeehouse Mysteries
Music, food, scenery and a cast of appealing characters weave together in perfect harmony in Leslie Budewitz's latest book.--Sheila Connolly, author of the Orchard Mysteries and the County Cork Mysteries
About the Author
Leslie Budewitz is passionate about food, great mysteries, and her native Montana, the setting for her national-bestselling Food Lovers Village Mysteries. The first, Death al Dente, won the 2013 Agatha Award for Best First Novel. She also writes the Spice Shop Mysteries, set in Seattle's Pike Place Market. A practicing lawyer, Leslie is the first author to win Agatha Awards for both fiction and nonfiction. A past president of Sisters in Crime, Leslie loves to cook, eat, hike, travel, garden, and paint--not necessarily in that order. She lives with her husband, Don Beans, a doctor of natural medicine and musician, and their cat, an avid bird-watcher. Visit her online at www.LeslieBudewitz.com, where you can find maps of the village and surrounding area, recipes, and more.