Tuesday, June 5, 2018

What Can Possibly Go Wrong?

By Sophie Charnowski from Kylie Logan’s Ethnic Eats Mysteries




I’m getting a little nervous.  All right, I admit it, a lot nervous.  You see, my niece, Laurel, is all set to tell another story about our adventures over at my restaurant, Sophie’s Terminal at the Tracks.  What’s that you ask?  What’s wrong with that?  Well, nothing, of course.  Sophie’s is the nicest and homeiest place in Hubbard, Ohio.  I’ve owned the restaurant in the old train station for 30 years and I love it to pieces.  But ever since Laurel came to town and started featuring ethnic foods on the menu, then telling folks all about us . . .

Well, there’s this little problem with murder.

First there was the television investigative reporter.

Then my dear friend, Rocky.

And now . . .

Well, we’re about to feature Italian food and I keep telling myself nothing can go wrong.  But then I remember that’s what I said about Irish food.  And French food, too.

I’ve only got another month to keep my fingers crossed.  “Italian Iced” appears on store (and cyber) shelves on July 3.

And then I can take a deep breath and relax, right?

Because really . . . Italian food, a long-simmering Hollywood secret, a handsome race car driver, and Laurel’s rocky love life . . .

What can possibly go wrong?





6 comments:

  1. I enjoyed the first two books in this series and look forward to reading this latest installment.

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  2. I love the idea of a restaurant in an old train station.

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  3. Adorable cover and would love to read the book.

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  4. I cannot wait for my copy to get here. Really enjoy this series. Pre-ordered as soon as I could!

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  5. I love that there's a restaurant in an old train station. I would love to see the inside. The cover is cute too.

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  6. Hi all! I've tried to respond to each of your messages individually, but for some odd, technical reason, I can't. Thank you all for stopping by and for your kind words about the Ethnic Eats series. I got my copies of Italian Iced yesterday. They look pretty darned swell!

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