Hummus and Homicide (A Kebab Kitchen #1) by Tina Kashian

Pages: 312

Publisher: Kensington Books

Published: March 2018

Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars

Source: Kindle Unlimited

Lucy finds herself unemployed and decides to spend a few weeks at home to decide what she wants to do. As soon as she enters her family’s restaurant her parents are pushing her stay, reconcile with her college boyfriend, and have babies. After sampling the restaurant’s hummus bar, the health inspector drops dead outside in the parking lot. Can Lucy figure out what happened before she is not the only family member unemployed?

This series has been on my TBR list since it was first released. I am so glad I finally read it. It was a fast-paced read full of energy. I loved how Lucy embraced her situation and ran with it. I was surprised by the murderer. I was sure it was someone else entirely. There is the beginning of a love triangle but I sure hope it doesn’t drag out. Both gentlemen have potential.

Whether you like hummus or not you will find your mouth watering. While in law school I ate a small Greek restaurant in Lansing several times a week because the food was good and lots of leftovers for those late-night study sessions so the descriptions of the food brought back good memories. It makes me want to find one here local in my hometown for some delicious stuffed grape leaves.

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