After quitting her job, the first thing Zoe Chase has to do is to drive out to the swamp to see her Uncle Saul. He still has the old Airstream trailer he once used for his own restaurant many years before, and Zoe is sure she can convince him to let her make a food truck out of it.
After making the perilous journey from Mobile, Alabama into the backcountry, Zoe finds her uncle embroiled in a cook-off with his neighbor—with the life of Saul’s albino alligator, Alabaster, in the balance. Once again, the gator has eaten chickens that didn’t belong to her. So Saul and his neighbor will each prepare a meal for a church social, and if Saul wins, the gator lives.
Now it’s up to Zoe to prove herself in the kitchen and come up with something no one has seen before—the biscuit bowl!
Praise for Death on Eat Street
“Fast, fun and so foodworthy!”—Victoria Abbott, author of the Book Collector mysteries
“An eclectic cast of characters and a great new cozy heroine.”—Deb’s Book Bag
“A fantastic new culinary cozy…a feisty, determined protagonist.”—Melissa’s Mochas, Mysteries and Meows
INCLUDES A TEASER FOR THE NEXT BICUIT BOWL FOOD TRUCK MYSTERY FRY ANOTHER DAY
J. J. Cook is a pseudonym for a married couple who writes mysteries, mostly set in the South, with a touch of paranormal and romance.