Days of Wine and Roquefort by Avery Adams

     I enjoy reading books that have a theme and food is a great one.  I get to learn a bit about something new and enjoy a  good mystery to boot.  I am definitely going to have to try the recipes at the end including the one for the cheesecake.
     This mystery involves cheese shop owner Charlotte Bessette and her house guest Noelle Adams.  Charlotte is asked to host Noelle who is traveling around to to help increase business for the local winery.  When Noelle is found dead, Charlotte finds herself trying to figure out the truth of who killed her.
     I enjoyed seeing how the characters interacted and helped each other work out their problems, from the grandmother with her plays that had a theme that went along with a past problem, to the games played together to talk out issues.
     This is the fifth book in the cheese shop mysteries.  While it would help you to understand some of the character relationships to have read the other books, it is not a necessity.  I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a good mystery and enjoys learning about new things.
     I received a copy of the book for free to review from the author.


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