Reviews by lawrencekl57
If you're looking for caterpillars or lamb offal recipes, this is the cookbook for you. The spanokopita and ratatouille receipes were the only ones that were good, but, of course, I already know how to make those things. Everything else was truly disgusting (except the desserts).
I enjoyed reading this book, but the way it resolved was, for me, a big disappointment. Kind of like "Dallas" when an entire season was explained away as being a dream.
It was very nice to read a book by Kellerman that didn't keep talking about how handsome and brilliant Alex Delaware, his own alter ego, is. Grace, the main character, wasn't a very nice person, but the plot kept me guessing to the end.
I'm pretty sure that David Ellis did most of the writing on this one - it's too good for James Patterson! There was a twist at the end that I didn't see coming, but made perfect sense. A good read.
I actually fell asleep reading this book - it was too good to put down. I was trying to figure out what had happened right from page one. The ending was surprising, but very believable.