TWO funny Mina Kitchen mysteries for the price of ONE? BOGO!
COZY COMEDY MYSTERIES X 2! WITH 5-STAR REVIEWS! PERFECTLY PICKLED and JUICY JERSEY!
If you’re looking for funny novels for women, packed with humor, chatty animals (in the guise of pets) — and recipes — look no further. Lund’s cozy mystery series – Books 4 & 5 – are hilarious light hearted mysteries that blend delightful characters and great dialogue with a dash of thrillers and suspense. These cozy comedy capers whip up frothy fiction that’s sure to amuse Kindle readers.
Chock full of delightful surprises, both mysteries finish with a bonus section of free recipes, vetted by Lund’s chef husband, for your culinary pleasure!
Spring is here–things are looking up! Our hero, Mina, has a new car. And she even has a boyfriend or two lined up. But all hope of smooth sailing vanishes when she hits a bump in the road: she loses her job. Luckily, she stumbles upon a full-time job. A rather peculiar job, with some definitely odd co-workers. Who try to kill her–and Chef Jack.
Summertime, and the living is… not as easy as Mina had hoped. But, she finally has a full-time job, working alongside her new boyfriend, Jack (that is, Chef Jacque, when they’re at Squirrel Run Acres.) That’s good, right? Except when tempers flare hotter than fat on a fire. But Jack steps up to the rescue and splurges for a romantic get-away to Cape May, New Jersey. All is forgiven and soon sunset beaches wink from the distance, until their journey through Jersey stumbles upon the discovery of Babette Bernstein. Her murder launches a connect-the-dots of corpses that ripples dangerously around Mina and Jack. Oh–and the kidnappings, plural–are a little scary, too.
Lizz Lund loves Lancaster. Since 1999, she’s been having a terrific time here and thinks everyone else should, too. Lizz grew up in New Jersey and imported her chef husband from their old stomping grounds – he still hasn’t recovered. She holds a BA in Musical Theatre from Syracuse University, but has never learned to waitress–although she knows, “it’s an art.”