Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Cozy About Wine and Cheese, Set in A Cozy Canadian Town! You have to try this new series!

I had the pleasure of reading and finishing Judy Volhart's Asiago and the Accomplice  while taking a ferry boat from Vancouver to Vancouver Island over the weekend. This is a fantastic new cozy series set in Canada that I absolutely loved. This series has a great concept and I really enjoyed reading this feel good cozy, great friends, crazy relatives, horrible crime and a dream realized. I had no trouble picturing the setting, characters and amazing food and wine pairings!

There’s something cheesy going on around here… Thirty-year-old Amalia Kis just opened a new bistro that specializes in selling mouth-watering platters of cheeses, salamis, artisan breads and wines with quirky names like Broke Ass, Well Hung and The Accomplice. But when she’s greeted by the body of the local town hoarder hanging from the coat hooks at her bistro, she finds herself in the midst of an unsavory murder investigation, and her plans for success are quickly thwarted. After a second body turns up in her stairway, the list of suspects steadily grows, as does Amalia’s desperation when her Hungarian parents decide to visit for a few days. To further complicate her life, Matt, an ex-cop who now owns his own private investigating firm, takes a sudden interest in her, but getting cozy with him proves to be difficult amidst concussions, break-ins, and her overprotective parents. Amalia’s savings are quickly dwindling, as are the customers at the bistro amidst all the scandal. Desperate not to lose her bistro, and since the police don’t seem to be making much headway, Amalia starts investigating on her own. Without a clue as to what she’s doing, will she end up pasteurized or live to Whine another day?

If you are looking for a fun new series in an all new cozy location outside of cozy town USA check out Asiago and the Accomplice on Amazon by clicking here.
Learn more about Judy and this series by visiting her website www.judyvolhart.com
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