Book Review: Rosemary’s Gravy by Melissa F. Miller

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Genre: Fiction

Age Recommended: 14 and up

This book was a fantastic mystery and a lot of the interaction between characters was very witty, which I enjoyed a lot.

Rosemary's Gravy

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Rosemary has been a cook for a prestigious woman for a very long time. However, one night before a huge dinner, her employer’s new husband comes to her and asks her to change the menu. The next night, her employer is found dead in her room.

Rosemary immediately becomes the suspect and is taken in for questioning. But when the cops start to believe her when she says that she didn’t do it, she is released. That same night, she makes dinner with her late employer’s son, Felix. However, Felix starts to exhibit signs of poisoning halfway into their dinner.

Rosemary is once again a prime suspect and doesn’t know what to do regarding her unfortunate circumstances which the police believe are not coincidences at all. All to soon, Rosemary finds out something that may protect her, but endanger the people she loves…

Will she exonerate herself and save her loved ones?

If you would like to read this book, you can purchase it here: Rosemary’s Gravy (A We Sisters Three Mystery Book 1)

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