Hannah had a terrible accident and had to retire from active duty. Her family encouraged her to dabble in international consulting in commercial food. Her travels never leave her without call for help to solve a mystery.
But when she is asked by her best friends to consider a case of a beloved TV chef, Julia Karas, she couldn’t resist. She accepts the challenge even though the chef has been deceased for a year. A small-town mourns the famous chef and with that she become mired down with brazen unanswered questions. Tracing a path of the frightening last days with exposing looming secrets not to mention the toxic people who controlled the victim’s every move.
“But Hannah’s world is turned upside down when she has an instant attraction to the chief of police assigned to her own case when someone tries to assault her to scare her away and stop her investigation.”
Now Hannah must struggle with this romantic attraction staying true to the evidence no matter who it implicates. Most of all the towns resistance to her snooping into the affairs of the wealthy estate and her widower, Asa Karas.
Will Mr. Karas be able to stop her investigation? Or will she succumb to the pressure of her new romantic distraction to stop trying to reopen a cold case? And will these events net her an answer?
Now she must find the answers to two questions:
1. What really happened to Julia Karas?
2. And more importantly, why was the Chef at the Waters Edge.