To complicate matters, Drew was the winner of a $10,000 prize from the local Chamber and Callie was the runner up. This leads Detective Sands to consider her the number one suspect.
Business drops off at her restaurant because of the suspicion and desserts such as loukoumades, koulourakia, kouranbiethes and Greek chicken stew are left uneaten. Naturally Callie's Greek father George has an opinion. He wants her to let the police solve the case, but Callie is worried about being the Number One suspect and searches for the real killer.
Of course there are plenty of suspects and Callie needs to solve the case before she is a casualty of the murder and is another one of the businesses to close in Crystal Bay. She wades through all of the business connections to Drew especially after learning he was a womanizer. This leads her to the Chamber president Jane Willoughby and several others before she figures out who the murderer is. I enjoyed this book for many reason, especially as I am Greek-American and I love all the items she bakes and cooks.
The next book in the series is called Spiced and Iced.You can find Jenny Kales books by clicking here