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After leaving a dicey marriage and losing a beloved job in a corporate crash, Pepper Reece has found a new zest for life running a busy spice and tea shop in Seattle's Pike Place Market. Her aromatic creations are the talk of the town, and everyone stops by for a cup of her refreshing spice tea, even other shopkeepers and market regulars.
But when a panhandler named Doc shows up dead on the store's doorstep, a Seattle Spice Shop cup in his hand, the local gossip gets too hot for Pepper to handle - especially after the police arrest one of her staffers, Tory Finch, for murder. Tory seems to know why she's a suspect, but she refuses to do anything to curry favor with the cops. Convinced her reticent employee is innocent, Pepper takes it on herself to sniff out some clues. Only, if she's not careful, Pepper's nosy ways might make her next on the killer's list.
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By SO on 12-09-16
Good read :0)
Great listen too
Hope to hear more with these characters
Didn't want to stop the story.
Keep writing and keep narrating
The narrator had a good feel for the characters and was able to bring that to the reader/listener
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
By Adrienne on 08-21-16
I'm a little late to the party
Where does Assault and Pepper rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
It's above average but not the best. The story makes me want to visit the market.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Assault and Pepper?
I like the descriptions of the market and the surrounding areas.
Which character – as performed by Dara Rosenberg – was your favorite?
Pepper was great. A heroine who is kind and smart. The only thing that bothers me about these kinds of books is the propensity of the main characters to leave their places of business for large chunks of time to run around chasing clues. That spice shop is a major investment for her. It makes no sense that she would leave it to search for clues for someone who won't even talk to her.
15 of 18 people found this review helpful