Monday, February 12, 2018
Death al Fresco
Before the work begins, Sally tries to relax and paint with her friend Eric, overlooking the beach. She notices her dog and another dog pawing at a pile of kelp. As she clambers down to the beach, she discovers a body . . . one she recognizes. It is Gino, an old Italian fisherman and a regular at Solari's.
Sally soon discovers Gino dined with an mysterious, attractive younger woman at Solari's and appeared to stumble out of the restaurant. She knows the staff at Solari's would never overserve someone, some witnesses say Gino appeared drunk.
As public opinion begins to turn against her father, Sally decides
There's still the sister city dinner to deal with as well as Gino's death, and Sally tackles both until she finds a solution.
I would love to eat in both of these restaurants. They are described so beautifully and the food "smells" wonderful.