Friday, March 13, 2020

A Killer Kebab by Susannah Hardy

I enjoy reading cozy mystery novels from time to time. In fact, there's nothing better than reading a well written cozy mystery novel! 

I recently read A Killer Kebab by Susannah Hardy, which I received for FREE through the Goodreads Giveaways program. Below is my honest, unbiased review of A Killer Kebab by Susannah Hardy.

A Killer Kebab by Susannah Hardy is the third cozy mystery novel in the 'A Greek To Me' mystery series. To the best of my knowledge, this is the first book I've read by Susannah Hardy. 

I truly enjoyed reading A Killer Kebab. The characters, the plot, and writing were all really good. I'm even considering reading the two previous books in the 'A Greek To Me' mystery series. So, if you're a cozy mystery lover like myself, I recommend reading A Killer Kebab by Susannah Hardy!

Below is the plot summary for A Killer Kebab by Susannah Hardy from Amazon:
The Bonaparte House is closed for the season, and Georgie Nikolopatos looks forward to fixing up the Greek restaurant and historic landmark—until her renovation plans hit a fatal snag in this Greek to Me mystery.
With her divorce underway, her mother-in-law returning to Greece, and the tourists gone, Georgie finally has life under control—and the Bonaparte House to herself. She quickly hires a contractor for some much-needed renovations to reopen in time for a special Greek-style Thanksgiving meal. Georgie is suspicious though when former dishwasher Russ Riley arrives with the construction crew. He still has an axe to grind with the Nikolopatos family—but is it sharp enough to kill?
When Georgie finds the body of her divorce lawyer amid the construction debris and Russ is quickly arrested for murder, something about the case doesn’t add up. While Georgie is no fan of Russ, even a bad egg deserves a crack at justice.
I'm giving A Killer Kebab by Susannah Hardy a rating of 4 stars out of 5 stars.

Until my next post, happy reading!!


  1. I used to read a lot of cozy mysteries, but I've sort of gotten out of the habit. They can be fun and comforting reads.

    1. I used to read many more of them than I do currently... However, with that said I do have a stack of them that have accumulated over the years that I am trying to whittle through now.

      And yes, they can be comforting reads especially now with all the news surrounding the coronavirus.

  2. Very attractive cover... Cheers

  3. Cozies are not my favorite form of reading but you are right. If one is good it is a pleasure.