"Delia Rosen provides an entertaining deli whodunit." --"Mystery Gazette "on "One Foot in the Gravy"
Hitting below the Borscht Belt. . .
For ex-Manhattanite Gwen Katz, running Murray's Pastrami Swami, the Jewish deli she inherited from her late uncle in Nashville, Tennessee, makes her feel like a whitefish out of water. To add to the craziness, martial arts teacher Ken Chan has come to sample her kosher delicacies for a black belt ceremony he wants catered.
But just as Chan is about to try a matzo ball, bullets shatter the deli's window and Ken Chan is killed as he pushes Gwen to safety. Was Chan the victim of a hit by a crime gang from New York's Chinatown? Was a local hate-group targeting Chan--or maybe even Gwen? With the Nashville Police--and the FBI--baffled, Gwen enlists the help of an eccentric new-age entrepreneur.
But more than bad vibes are coming her way as a killer returns. . .and this time it's the deli owner who may be the outgoing order. . .
"Will certainly leave the reader hungry for more." --"MysteryLibrarian.com "on "A Brisket A Casket"
"A really humorous cozy. . . Readers will thoroughly enjoy this deli tale." --"Once Upon a Romance "on "One Foot in the Gravy"
To Kill a Matzo Ball
Kensington Publishing Corporation