Book Review: ‘Six Feet Deep Dish: A Mystery’ By Mindy Quigley

Delilah O’Leary and her fiancee Sam and their cat Butterball have moved to Geneva Bay, Wisconsin (where Delilah is from), to open a deep-dish pizza shop. Sam is rich and is financing the restaurant and Delilah is running it. On the night of the soft opening, they have a big fight and Sam calls off the engagement and leaves. Despite that the night is going fine, with little issues here and there. And then Delilah finds the dead body of Jeremy, the aid to her Aunt Biz, shot and Biz holding the gun, which was hers. This brings on hunky detective Capone (related to Al Capone) to investigate the murder. Delilah is worried that her Aunt will be charged and starts investigating on her own. She starts finding things that don’t add up and informs Capone of her findings, as he tells her to stop investigating, and soon finds out the truth, but will it be too late for her. This is the first novel in a new series and it’s a fun, small-town mystery, with quirky characters and a fun cat named Butterball. If you’re a fan of these type of novels, you will like this one. A seed has been planted for a potenital romance down the line. And if you’re a fan of pizza, you’ll want to be ordering one by the time you finish this novel.

You can pick up Six Feet Deep Dish in stores on Tuesday, August 23rd from St. Martin’s Paperbacks.

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