Killer Tiramisu

  • by S. Y. Robins
  • Narrated by Gwenn Dawson
  • 1 hrs and 6 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Hannah is a 22-year-old apprentice chef who dreams of greatness. Unfortunately, her dreams don't quite meet up with reality, and she spends just as much time in the kitchen accidentally starting fires, mixing up ingredients, and ruining functions as she does cooking.
However, she gets her chance at a big break when the regular dessert chef calls in sick and Hannah is asked to make the dessert for a huge wedding reception that the restaurant is catering. Hannah decides to make her famous Tiramisu recipe - a family recipe that has been passed down for generations, and taught to her by her grandmother. Hannah is sure nothing can go wrong with a recipe she knows so well.
However, disaster strikes when the restaurant manager dies after sampling a trial version of the dessert. Has Hannah's carelessness struck again? Or are one of her coworkers out to get her? After Hannah is fired and disgraced, she sets out to clear her name - and to restore her Tiramisu's reputation.

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A short cozy mystery.

This was a very short who-dun-it based in an Italian restaurant kitchen. Hannah is accused of killing her boss with the dessert she prepared for sampling in order to be given the job of making it for a big catering job. She's determined to figure out who really did it in order to clear her own name.
The story by S.Y. Robbins was cute and the narrator, Gwenn Dawson used a variety of voices for the multiple characters that were fun to listen to.
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- Terri C.

A short & sweet cozy

The only thing more frustrating than "chef" Hannah being a total disaster in the kitchen (and burning/breaking everything in her path) was the fact that everyone so easily believed Hannah's tiramisu killed her boss. How did they know the poison came from there & why does no one question it? I felt sorry for Hannah, and in that sense the author did a good job of garnering sympathy. Even though Hannah is a walking disaster & a bit annoying as a character, I would say the narration is what saved this story. It was still a fun little short cozy which I enjoyed listening to & felt fairly surprised by whodunit & why. If you're looking for a quick cozy treat this will fit your bill! I was gifted this book in exchange for my honest review.
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- Christina "A lover of cozy mysteries, contemporary romance and getting lost in the world of audiobooks"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-21-2016
  • Publisher: Lovy Books Ltd