Cherry Tucker’s in a stew. Desperate and broke, Cherry and her friend, Eloise, spend a sultry summer weekend hawking their art at the Sidewinder Annual Brunswick Stew Cook-Off. When a bad case of food poisoning breaks out and Eloise dies, the police brush off her death as accidental. However, Cherry suspects someone spiked the stew and killed her friend. As Cherry calls on cook-off competitors, bitter rivals, and crooked judges, the police get steamed while the killer prepares to cook Cherry’s goose.
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Super Poor Narration
It’s so hard to get past the stilted narration, that the story becomes close to irrelevant. Perhaps good for someone learning English as a second language.
The narration is so stilted that the words are separated as if they were meaningless.
with better narration, the southern aspect would have been more plausible and then possibly, the story would have hung together much better.
Another Great Southern Story
The relationship between all the family and members of Cherry's love life. I also like how this takes a twist and turn.
Lowcountry Boil (A Liz Talbot Mystery) they seem a lot alike.
Great Performance I enjoy listening to her
When she realizes her friend is dead. Also when she realizes that Luke is keeping her a secret from his family. I do have to say in this book I am more of a Todd fan.
This is a great story and I really hope the next one comes to audio soon.