It's a Wonderful Knife (Comfort Food #5) (Mass Market)

By Christine Wenger

Berkley, 9780451474094, 304pp.

Publication Date: February 2, 2016

List Price: 7.99*
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Description

Comfort food and murder are on the holiday menu in the latest mystery from the national bestselling author of Macaroni and Freeze . . .
 
All Trixie Matkowski wants for Christmas is a break—just not the broken leg she got after slipping on some ice. With Sandy Harbor alive in the hustle and bustle of the season, it’s the busiest time of the year at Trixie’s Silver Bullet Diner. There are millions of things to do, including cater the town’s annual Christmas pageant and community dinner with some delicious holiday comfort food.
 
But the festivities turn into a bit of a turkey after Liz Fellows, the director of the pageant, is found with Trixie’s butcher knife in her back. Now Trixie must help the police arrest the scary gentleman—or lady—guilty of the crime if she hopes to get herself off the naughty list.


About the Author

Christine Wenger is the national bestselling author of the Comfort Food Mysteries, including Macaroni and Freeze and Diners, Drive-ins, and Death. She has worked in the criminal justice field and is thrilled to bring the beauty of upstate New York to life in this series.


Praise For It's a Wonderful Knife (Comfort Food #5)

Praise for the Comfort Food Mysteries
 
“A cast of lovable characters that’ll keep you laughing long after the book ends.”—Kate Carlisle, New York Times bestselling author of the Bibliophile Mysteries
 
“A delightful series. . . nicely seasoned with humor. As down-home and satisfying as the daily special served at the Silver Bullet Diner.”—Krista Davis, New York Times bestselling author of the Domestic Diva Mysteries and the Paws and Claws Mysteries
 
“A frisky, sassy sleuth with a heart of gold.”—Daryl Wood Gerber, national bestselling author of the Cookbook Nook Mysteries
 
“All the right ingredients: humor, good food, a charming heroine, and a compelling mystery. Trixie is instantly likable with her sharp wit, warm heart, and hardworking attitude. . . . Well-developed secondary characters enhance the story line and add local flavor. Overall, an impressive mystery with recipes that will surely satisfy cozy lovers.”—RT Book Reviews