Some lovely reviews for A Side of Murder
“This is one of the freshest, funniest murder mysteries I’ve ever read. I fell absolutely in love with Samantha Barnes — the brave, sarcastic, crime-solving, relatable heroine we’ve all been waiting for. A Side of Murder is a rich, satisfying meal that delights from beginning to end, and Amy Pershing is a wonderful and clever author.” Elizabeth Gilbert, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Eat Pray Love and City of Girls
“LOVED it!! I literally walked around trying to clean my house with the book in my hand! I couldn’t put it down!” Deborah Crombie, author of the award-winning Duncan Kincaid/ Gemma James novels.
“A delicious mystery lovingly set in Cape Cod featuring a cast of charming characters. Amy Pershing writes with a fresh fun voice that will delight cozy fans. Chef turned restaurant critic Samantha Barnes proves a clever sleuth whose helpful cooking tips will be a big hit with culinary readers.” Krista Davis, New York Times bestselling author of the DOMESTIC DIVA mysteries
“An exquisite Cape Cod setting, a shamed but resilient chef, murderous secrets, and a long-buried but still steaming romance… Amy Pershing’s debut mystery will leave you longing for a seaside vacation, complete with fried clams and the next book in her charming series.” Lucy Burdette, national bestselling author of THE KEY LIME CRIME
“Ms. Pershing hit this one out of the ballpark and I was captivated from the very first page! With the final suspenseful reveal, all the clues popped into place and left me with a satisfied grin on my face!” Thank you Kim Davis for a long and lovely review of A SIDE OF MURDER (and of Sam’s cookies) on Cinnamon & Sugar and a Little Bit of Murder!!! Click to read more, get the recipe and watch a video of Kim baking the cookies!
Many thanks to tireless reader and prolific reviewer Katy Corbeil of KKEC Reads for her lively review of A SIDE OF MURDER! Can’t top a line like this: “With more twists than gemelli, this story will grab your attention and your heart.”
I’m celebrating some very nice advance praise from Kirkus Reviews! I’m particularly enamored of “Get it.” That kind of says it all.