Sweet Pepper Hero by J.J. Cook
Sweet Pepper Hero
This is a totally unique series that mixes paranormal and cozy mystery in a way that will make you want more…Fantastic book!
by J.J. Cook
~A Chick Who Reads
The mystery is a true page turner that keeps the reader on the edge of their seat until the end.I always enjoy a story with a strong, intelligent female lead character, and Stella fit the bill perfectly…
~The Book’s the Thing
The pace is fast, the mystery isn’t easily solved, and there’s plenty of fun.Danger and action, possibly some future romance and dastardly revenge are being plotted. Get comfortable and visit Sweet Pepper and the fascinating people working with Chief Stella Griffin.
Filled cover to cover with action, mystery, and fun, I was turning the pages faster and faster as I followed the solid plot and read my way to the explosive conclusion. I didn’t want this book to end!This is such a charming and well-written series that has the perfect amount of humor and suspense.
~Lisa K’s Book Reviews
~Lisa K’s Book Reviews
The characters were fun to get to know and I enjoyed the fire brigade theme.
…no surprise that Sweet Pepper Hero is engaging. In addition to the ghost-nappings, whiskey wars, explosions and homicides (attempted or completed), there is a lot of the charm of a small town as well, notably of the ‘neighbors helping neighbors’ variety’.
The characters are so well developed and the story is strong and captivating.I love each adventure with Stella…
~Shelley’s Book Case
~Shelley’s Book Case
~Cozy Up With Kathy
This is a great cozy. It has all the elements I look for in a cozy: great lead characters, quirky supporting characters, an awesome small-town setting, and a well-written mystery to keep me guessing ’til the end.
Sweet Pepper Hero: A Sweet Pepper Fire Brigade
4th in Series
A Berkley Prime Crime Mystery
Published by Penguin Random House, LLC.
Release Date: January 5, 2016
Mass Market Paperback: 304 pages
E-Book ASIN: B00W2ZKNZ8
Old rivalries heat up in the fourth Sweet Pepper Fire Brigade mystery from the national bestselling author of In Hot Water.
Fire chief Stella Griffin has been put in charge of judging the annual recipe contest, but Eric—her resident ghost and true culinary genius—has vanished. Before she can track down his latest haunt, she’s called in to investigate a local moonshine distillery that was set ablaze, making her realize there’s more than pies and cakes cooking in Sweet Pepper.
As rumors of a revived whiskey war ignite, Stella turns to the town’s elders to help her find answers. The past might have some clues as to what has sparked the present fires. But when following a lead lands her in buried rubble, Stella realizes she must extinguish this case fast or she might be going down in flames.
About The Authors
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.Author Links:
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"Sweet Pepper Hero" by author J. J. Cook is a really enjoyable mystery. Stella Griffin is the Fire chief and she is running a recipe contest . Eric who is a cooking genius is vanished and she is trying to find him, the problem is that he is a ghost. Next thing you know, she has to find out how a fire started in a moonshine distillery. Stella starts to ask everyone for help in solving this mystery before someone gets killed. She follows a lead and almost gets hurt or even worse. This book is full of action and twists that will make you keep reading until you get to the end to see who did it. I give this book a 5/5. I was given this book for a review and these are my opinions.