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Writing as Joyce and Jim Lavene
Writing as J.J. Cook
Writing as Ellie Grant
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Death On Eat Street
Zoe Chase always wanted to own her own restaurant but first, she'll
have to serve up a heaping helping of meals on wheels, with a side
"This is the first in a new series and has brought wonderful new characters, a great mystery, and interesting recipe ideas. I am already a fan of JJ Cook's other series, Sweet Pepper Fire Brigade Mysteries, and this series should prove to be just as enjoyable. I am looking forward to the next book in the Biscuit Bowl Food Truck Mystery series." ~Linda K.
"Competition is tough between Food Trucks but when owner of one starts finding bodies and getting threaten herself, its a whole another story. With an overbearing mother, an ex that won't give up, budding romances and a missing recipe all add up to amazing read. If you haven't pre-ordered this first in new series that hits the shelves April 1st, you will be missing out on a fun book." ~ Becky Prazak
"I have wanted to read this book since I first saw the cover of it online. Add the fact that it's written by J. J. Cook, a.k.a. Joyce and Jim Lavene, and I just knew it was going to be great. I was right! The action starts off very soon into the book and just keeps going. DEATH ON EAT STREET is the perfect book to kick start the Biscuit Bowl Food Truck Mystery series. It has insured this will be a series that will continue for many years to come!" ~ Lisa K. Reviews
"Death On Eat Street is the first book in the A Biscuit Bowl Food Truck Mystery series from this great story telling duo. A fun new series with a cast of enjoyable, fun characters." ~ Fred Yoder
"This was great book! I enjoyed every minute of it. Zoe is a very likeable character with a crazy hilarious cat. I also enjoyed the food truck setting. Already looking forward to the next book!" ~ Dawn Frazier
"After leaving her loan officer job Zoe moves back to Mobile, hoping to earn enough money to keep herself out of the poor house as she decides to open a food truck. A food truck specializing in southern food, focusing mainly on biscuits. When another food truck owner is found dead in Zoe's truck, she of course feels the need to solve the murder. J.J. Cook is the pseudonym of husband-and-wife team Jim and Joyce Lavene. if you haven't read their books may I suggest that you pick up one and read it." ~ Tess