I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Stephanie Cole
Released: February 25, 2020
Series: Tuscan Cooking School Mystery #1
Published by Berkley Books
“Along with a great mystery, there’s an easy-to-follow writing style which makes it easy to read through and also have fun with.”
~ Under the Covers
AL DENTE’S INFERNO really caught my attention because of its title and blurb. I have never read anything from this author but I found that I’m a big fan of series that have a big culture emphasis in it. The first that I’ve tried was Vivien Chien’s Noodle Shop Mysteries series and also Julia Buckley’s Hungarian Tea House Mysteries. I feel like this new series kind of fits that mold but with an Italian emphasis.
It was so nice to see the culture be played out throughout the novel. You get to experience the language and culture almost as if you have traveled there so I really thought getting to experience that world through an American’s eyes was nice to have. It made Nell’s character a lot easier to relate to.
Along with a great mystery, there’s an easy-to-follow writing style which makes it easy to read through and also have fun with. I know that I will be eagerly anticipating the next book in the series. I am really in love with this world and can’t wait to see more!
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