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Maeve Kinkaid expects a few speed bumps when she inherits a food truck from her aunt; instead, she gets a detour through some deadly hairpin turns in this fast-paced thriller. Despite the sudden loss of her aunt, Maeve Kinkaid is thrilled when she inherits the popular food truck Dogs on the Roll. She has no idea how cutthroat the food industry can be. She meets a Maeve Kinkaid expects a few speed bumps when she inherits a food truck from her aunt; instead, she gets a detour through some deadly hairpin turns in this fast-paced thriller. Despite the sudden loss of her aunt, Maeve Kinkaid is thrilled when she inherits the popular food truck Dogs on the Roll. She has no idea how cutthroat the food industry can be. She meets a Basque chef whose interest in her is overshadowed by his desire to possess the food truck, which he insists Maeve’s aunt promised to leave to him. And when the owner of a rival food truck is decapitated and served up like a gruesome new dish, Maeve becomes embroiled in a mystery that may cost her the food truck, the chef, and her life.


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Maeve Kinkaid expects a few speed bumps when she inherits a food truck from her aunt; instead, she gets a detour through some deadly hairpin turns in this fast-paced thriller. Despite the sudden loss of her aunt, Maeve Kinkaid is thrilled when she inherits the popular food truck Dogs on the Roll. She has no idea how cutthroat the food industry can be. She meets a Maeve Kinkaid expects a few speed bumps when she inherits a food truck from her aunt; instead, she gets a detour through some deadly hairpin turns in this fast-paced thriller. Despite the sudden loss of her aunt, Maeve Kinkaid is thrilled when she inherits the popular food truck Dogs on the Roll. She has no idea how cutthroat the food industry can be. She meets a Basque chef whose interest in her is overshadowed by his desire to possess the food truck, which he insists Maeve’s aunt promised to leave to him. And when the owner of a rival food truck is decapitated and served up like a gruesome new dish, Maeve becomes embroiled in a mystery that may cost her the food truck, the chef, and her life.

30 review for Murder to Go

  1. 4 out of 5

    Carol She's So Novel꧁꧂

    1.5* So the final in my trifecta of bad holiday reads. This one didn't start too badly & I was hopeful it would remain at about 2.5*. But the author was obviously winging it as far as plot development went & introducing characters at random to further the storyline. The whole thing was pretty silly. A lot of Maeve's actions made no sense at all. Neither did her ambivalent attitude to the two main male characters. By the end of the book it appeared Kendrick was sick of the story too & in 1.5* So the final in my trifecta of bad holiday reads. This one didn't start too badly & I was hopeful it would remain at about 2.5*. But the author was obviously winging it as far as plot development went & introducing characters at random to further the storyline. The whole thing was pretty silly. A lot of Maeve's actions made no sense at all. Neither did her ambivalent attitude to the two main male characters. By the end of the book it appeared Kendrick was sick of the story too & in a rush to wrap things up. There were definitely some minor typos & a reference to something another character said that appeared to have been edited out Cute cover though.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    The plot was just interesting enough that I finished the book, but I will not be reading anything else by this author. Maeve is cold, unfeeling, and unlikable. After graduating college she spends all of her time watching tv at her parents' house, feeling sorry for herself because the "perfect job" hasn't landed in her lap. Instead of being grateful that she inherited a food truck, she is constantly whining about wanting more money from it so she can buy a newer car, and she's condescending to The plot was just interesting enough that I finished the book, but I will not be reading anything else by this author. Maeve is cold, unfeeling, and unlikable. After graduating college she spends all of her time watching tv at her parents' house, feeling sorry for herself because the "perfect job" hasn't landed in her lap. Instead of being grateful that she inherited a food truck, she is constantly whining about wanting more money from it so she can buy a newer car, and she's condescending to her only employee. (Land, who is one of the book's few likable characters.) Her response to seeing a freshly beheaded body is callous. She vomits but has no emotional response apart from greed--she quickly sees how the murder can benefit herself financially. She is also extremely shallow about dating. She has thoughts throughout the book about men she meets, but they're all superficial, about attractiveness, muscular build, etc. She doesn't have the slightest concern about people's personalities or morals. This is most evident in her attitude about the police officer investigating the homicide. He is continually rude and takes every opportunity to accuse her of wrongdoings, yet she has repeated fantasies about dating him,such as discussing evidence over an intimate dinner--despite his obvious and prolonged antagonism. Maeve does have a desire to do the right thing, but that seems poorly written as it clashes with her self-serving, self-absorbed personality. Essentially, she is all the worst things about the millennial generation (entitled, complaining, and so on), with none of the good things (we never see her using her education, and she never exhibits any technological savvy). This book was a bust.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Terri

    Maeve Kincaid is a Millenial living with her parents, when she receives an unexpected inheritance from her Aunt - A Food Truck. So, she decides to give it a go. What she didn't expect was a resentful employee who had expected to inherit the truck himself and a criminal past associated with the truck. When the owner of a rival food truck is found brutally murdered, she finds out that her aunt may have also been murdered. She doesn't understand the events around her and as she investigates to Maeve Kincaid is a Millenial living with her parents, when she receives an unexpected inheritance from her Aunt - A Food Truck. So, she decides to give it a go. What she didn't expect was a resentful employee who had expected to inherit the truck himself and a criminal past associated with the truck. When the owner of a rival food truck is found brutally murdered, she finds out that her aunt may have also been murdered. She doesn't understand the events around her and as she investigates to learn more, she places her own life in danger. I really enjoyed the book though I think it could have used a bit more rounding out of supporting characters (it was only 149 pages) but will definitely be reading more in this series

  4. 4 out of 5

    Erin Lee

    I wanted to like this book. Cozy murder mystery, cute premise, food truck? What could go wrong? It was a rusty start-up to the series, as I know it's the author's first book. It seemed like she went searching for common words and came up short, i.e. using "carrier tray" instead of platter. (Or just "tray." What's wrong with tray?) The main character seems vapid and humdrum. The only thing that apparently puts a step in her giddyup is men. Any man, really. You can tell this because every time a I wanted to like this book. Cozy murder mystery, cute premise, food truck? What could go wrong? It was a rusty start-up to the series, as I know it's the author's first book. It seemed like she went searching for common words and came up short, i.e. using "carrier tray" instead of platter. (Or just "tray." What's wrong with tray?) The main character seems vapid and humdrum. The only thing that apparently puts a step in her giddyup is men. Any man, really. You can tell this because every time a guy comes into the picture, she details him like a piece of prime sirloin. It could've used another pass by an editor, as I noticed a few spelling errors, and there was an indent paragraph thrown in with no rhyme or reason. I think the premise could be really awesome, and I will try the next book in the series to see how the author improves.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Mary Brown

    Maeve Kinkaid has inherited her aunt Alice’s food truck after her passing. Although she does not really know anything about running it, she is willing to give it a try. She wants to keep her aunt’s memory alive, and besides, it beats sitting on her parent’s couch watching television. Land, a Basque chef who has worked on the food truck with her aunt, tells Maeve that her aunt had promised to leave the truck to him. He is not happy that Maeve was given the truck, and he does not try to hide his Maeve Kinkaid has inherited her aunt Alice’s food truck after her passing. Although she does not really know anything about running it, she is willing to give it a try. She wants to keep her aunt’s memory alive, and besides, it beats sitting on her parent’s couch watching television. Land, a Basque chef who has worked on the food truck with her aunt, tells Maeve that her aunt had promised to leave the truck to him. He is not happy that Maeve was given the truck, and he does not try to hide his displeasure. Maeve does not know if what he says is true, she only knows that the lawyer told her it was bequeathed to her. But when she finds another will that shows that Land might be telling the truth, she is not sure what to do. Her mother tells her to forget about it and burn it, but she decides the right thing to do is to take it to a lawyer and have it checked out. While she is worrying about the new will, trying to keep the food truck afloat and deal with a hostile employee, a murder takes place at a rival food truck. This just adds to her concerns. And when no one can tell her why her aunt wanted the food truck and how she afforded it, she has many more questions than answers. It is going to take a lot of sleuthing to find the answers she needs and figure out the truth. The writing style flows smoothly and the book is an easy read. The author does a great job creating suspense and tension with the written word. There are numerous twists and turns and a list of suspects that seem to continue to grow. I did not figure out the killer until it was revealed at the end. I thought the ending was a surprise and I liked that. The characters are well developed, well rounded and three dimensional. I enjoyed getting to know Maeve and look forward to getting to know her better in future books. The author is descriptive and there were times I felt like I was right there watching all the action around me. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a well crafted cozy mystery. This is a new author to me and I am happy to see that she has written other books. I plan on checking those out. I love when I find a new author that that I enjoy reading. It is like finding a gift.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Diane ~Firefly~

    Meh, is how I feel about this book. I put it down many times and didn't have a problem, in fact it was hard to pick up again. Maeve isn't very likeable. She went from living on her parent's couch to running a food truck she inherited, but complains about her lack of job and money. She barely talks to her employee (even though they spend 10 hours a day in a tiny space) but is sort of crushing on him (as well as the cop, and the handwriting expert and pretty much any guy she meets). She also makes Meh, is how I feel about this book. I put it down many times and didn't have a problem, in fact it was hard to pick up again. Maeve isn't very likeable. She went from living on her parent's couch to running a food truck she inherited, but complains about her lack of job and money. She barely talks to her employee (even though they spend 10 hours a day in a tiny space) but is sort of crushing on him (as well as the cop, and the handwriting expert and pretty much any guy she meets). She also makes bad decisions (view spoiler)[come home after seeing the competition beheaded and your front door is open- don't call the cops, just go right in and hope for the best. Find the secret hiding place of the loot, drive the food truck to the secure lot, transfer to your car and take to the lawyer? Wouldn't it make more sense to drive the food truck to the police station or call them out to the food truck? Being shot at while in the truck, text your former employee, not the police? (hide spoiler)] The crime didn't make sense. (view spoiler)[Somehow it was easier to kill three people (and try for a fourth) than to steal something out of the food truck? And since the lawyer was in on it, couldn't he have faked the original will instead of trying to do one later and hoping it would be found in a random book? And don't get me started on how uninterested the cops seemed even after someone shot up the trailer. And one of the deaths still isn't solved. (hide spoiler)]

  7. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    Not the worst book I've ever read, but dang, there were some dumb parts. The mystery actually doesn't make sense when all is said and done. Maeve inherits a food truck from her zany aunt, who may or may not have had a girlfriend after her husband died. So what, you say? Yes, I agree. But apparently that was supposed to be important to the plot, except it so wasn't. Maeve's mom was pretty offensive about the fact that sexuality is a spectrum, not a 50/50 choice. The mystery would have stayed the Not the worst book I've ever read, but dang, there were some dumb parts. The mystery actually doesn't make sense when all is said and done. Maeve inherits a food truck from her zany aunt, who may or may not have had a girlfriend after her husband died. So what, you say? Yes, I agree. But apparently that was supposed to be important to the plot, except it so wasn't. Maeve's mom was pretty offensive about the fact that sexuality is a spectrum, not a 50/50 choice. The mystery would have stayed the same without adding this part, so it seemed shoe horned in to make a statement. Anyway. Someone is out to get Maeve, and people's heads are being cut off. CUT. OFF. Again, this part was never explained. Ever. Add in the "millennials are a lazy bunch vs. a victim of economic circumstances" theme and the unrealistic characterizations (see lesbian / not lesbian plotline, grouchy yet sexy male characters) and you might or might not be intrigued enough to read book 2. I am a masochist and will read it if it is free and it fits a challenge. Your mileage may vary. P.S. Who has a death in the family and doesn't ask how they died? Especially if you are the main inheritor? Really? Selfish, selfish, selfish. And dumb.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Clare O'Beara

    This is a fun look at the business of roadside food vehicles and the possibility of murder associated with them. Having inherited her aunt's food truck and sulky cook, our heroine finds herself the object of unwanted violent attention. With a choice of wills, a plain strange fixation on thinking every man is attractive and an unrealistic habit of rethinking her suspects while under live fire, her career is not quiet. I disliked that we get not just one unrealistically gruesome murder but two. This is a fun look at the business of roadside food vehicles and the possibility of murder associated with them. Having inherited her aunt's food truck and sulky cook, our heroine finds herself the object of unwanted violent attention. With a choice of wills, a plain strange fixation on thinking every man is attractive and an unrealistic habit of rethinking her suspects while under live fire, her career is not quiet. I disliked that we get not just one unrealistically gruesome murder but two. There would have been blood all over person and premises, and no real reason is provided for some of the activity. In short I couldn't see anyone getting far. But some scenes are well written and the focus is unusual enough to make me like the amateur sleuth story.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    My mystery reading group is reading food truck mysteries in August. This is my third "first book in a series". If you like food truck mysteries, check out Penny Pike and J J Cook as well. This was a very quick read. I enjoyed the characters, and the plot was well done. There was the mystery of the holographic will, and I think I missed how it got into it's hiding spot. It was a bit too much to believe that it would be found in the way it was, in the time frame given. Otherwise I enjoyed the details My mystery reading group is reading food truck mysteries in August. This is my third "first book in a series". If you like food truck mysteries, check out Penny Pike and J J Cook as well. This was a very quick read. I enjoyed the characters, and the plot was well done. There was the mystery of the holographic will, and I think I missed how it got into it's hiding spot. It was a bit too much to believe that it would be found in the way it was, in the time frame given. Otherwise I enjoyed the details of food truck operations. I'm not as interested in the romantic aspects, but your mileage may vary. I received a free copy of this ebook.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Namitha Varma

    The story began well, and was panning out quite well - I liked the writing style - until the last few chapters. The whole thing unravelled too quickly and out of the blue, as if the writer just wanted to hurry it to an end. It also seemed like the "mastermind" was forcefully put into the story to end it somehow. And if there's anything I detest in mysteries, it is loose threads. Even if there's a sequel, a mystery should be, imho, complete in itself. More than one question is unanswered in The story began well, and was panning out quite well - I liked the writing style - until the last few chapters. The whole thing unravelled too quickly and out of the blue, as if the writer just wanted to hurry it to an end. It also seemed like the "mastermind" was forcefully put into the story to end it somehow. And if there's anything I detest in mysteries, it is loose threads. Even if there's a sequel, a mystery should be, imho, complete in itself. More than one question is unanswered in Murder to Go by Chloe Kendrick, which does not sit well with me.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Carol

    Story was okay but I hate books that don't tie up all the loose ends to entice you to read the next book in the series. That author's ploy only works if you care about the characters and the unresolved mystery. Unfortunately I cared about neither at the end of the book. It was a quick read and free. Passed the time on my flight.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Ann

    Good read Good read for the first in a series. Looking forward to the next installment for the food truck amateur sleuth.

  13. 5 out of 5

    NaDell

    A hot dog truck with a little side dish of murder? What more can you ask for? Multiple murders? What? How about the main character as the top suspect and no alibi!? It just gets trickier and trickier. Will she clear her name without being the next murder in a food truck? Read and find out. Seriously, good book and full of great moments between characters. It does NOT make me want to EVER run a food truck...

  14. 4 out of 5

    Andrea

    Murder to Go was hard to read. It's not that is was complex or difficult in the intellectual sense because it is not. The difficulty lies in the ability to digest the story and characters. The story was predictable and lacked depth. There was no character or plot development. It's hard to make a plot out of an unemployed woman who randomly inherits a food truck (of all things) into a compelling story. One can only describe cleaning the inside of a food truck and the intricacies of relish in so Murder to Go was hard to read. It's not that is was complex or difficult in the intellectual sense because it is not. The difficulty lies in the ability to digest the story and characters. The story was predictable and lacked depth. There was no character or plot development. It's hard to make a plot out of an unemployed woman who randomly inherits a food truck (of all things) into a compelling story. One can only describe cleaning the inside of a food truck and the intricacies of relish in so much detail. My biggest gripe was the main character Maeve. She is a 25 year old underemployed woman who is making a living from inheriting her late Aunt's food truck. She often mentions her months sitting on her parents couch watching television waiting for the perfect job as the entire background to her life leading up to her new job. Generally, you don't become successful if you don't do anything. It's infuriating to read a book about a woman who is lazy and expects everything to be handed to her on a silver platter. I understand that in this day and age it is difficult to get your foot in the door. I get that, I've been there. However, she repeatedly mentioned months of doing nothing. How can I root for someone like that? You can only watch so much television. How does she fill her day? It's not like she has a budding social life. In the entire story she doesn't' mention having an friends or hobbies besides reading a books. The only thing she seems interested in is potentially flirting with the detective who thinks she is a murderer which is pretty ridiculous. She literally wakes up, works on the food truck, cleans the food truck, goes home to nap and then go to bed early. She finishes working by 2pm and doesn't do anything. Come on Maeve, be more interesting. None of the characters were very intriguing. Her parents seemed pretty apathetic, cold and stiff. They didn't notice that someone went into the house and hid a forged will into in there. Land spoke little to Maeve which is weird considering they work together everyday. You don't need to be best friends or like each other, but I know I would want to know a little more about the person you inherited as an employee who was told they would bequeath the food truck and is bitter about it. Maeve was the worst by far. There was one part where she visited her parents after work and decided to stay for supper because she wanted someone to serve her for a change. Maeve, you have been working at a food truck for three months. Your parents have been taking care of you for 25 years. If anything you should go there and make them dinner. She was spoiled, entitled and ungrateful. Ugh. The book wasn't all bad. It was fun to see the process Maeve went through to try and solve the murder and finally learn about the history of the food truck and the mysteriously circumstances behind the death of her Aunt Alice and Alice's friend Shirley. They seemed to be the most interesting characters in the book. Too bad they were dead the whole time. When the murders were solved, I hadn't figured out whodunit and was moderately surprised. It's a good book to read if you want a quick, light story for a cold afternoon in the winter where you can curl up and sip some hot chocolate.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    Maeve Kinkaid recently graduated from business school, but the economy leaves her living with her parents with no real career leads. An unexpected inheritance from her aunt brings her life into focus, and she moves out on her own to operate said inheritance: a food truck. Land is a Basque chef who was working the truck with Kinkaid's aunt. He's a talented chef with a head for business...but he needs the job for his green card situation. Plus, there's something mysterious going on with him. Maeve Kinkaid recently graduated from business school, but the economy leaves her living with her parents with no real career leads. An unexpected inheritance from her aunt brings her life into focus, and she moves out on her own to operate said inheritance: a food truck. Land is a Basque chef who was working the truck with Kinkaid's aunt. He's a talented chef with a head for business...but he needs the job for his green card situation. Plus, there's something mysterious going on with him. Kinkaid finds herself in the midst of killings that seem to relate to the food truck she inherited, which was involved in a crime. After being shot at herself, Kinkaid knows she's on the trail of something. All in all, this could be a good series. I thought the food truck angle would be refreshing. The editing was awful; short as it was, the book was riddled with incomplete words, spelling errors, etc. The main characters (I imagine the detective and Land will be back for book 2?) need something...Kinkaid seems to just flit around like a teenager, and Land and the detective try much too hard to be mysterious...at least from Kinkaid's perspective. I would read another in the series, but only if it fell into my lap.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Andrea Stoeckel

    "So, I do the right thing, and I'm guilty. I do the wrong thing, and I'm guilty. That doesn't leave me a lot of options with you." What in the heck is a girl with a business management degree doing running a food truck? Better yet...why did her aunt OWN it in the first place? These are the things that just don't add up to Maeve as she comes across more questions then answers in this novella length book. Her aunt left it to her as the only child in the next generation, and its been fairly "So, I do the right thing, and I'm guilty. I do the wrong thing, and I'm guilty. That doesn't leave me a lot of options with you." What in the heck is a girl with a business management degree doing running a food truck? Better yet...why did her aunt OWN it in the first place? These are the things that just don't add up to Maeve as she comes across more questions then answers in this novella length book. Her aunt left it to her as the only child in the next generation, and its been fairly sucessful so far, in part because not only did she inherit the truck, but the chef, who is a great cook, and makes better coffee than Starbucks. The convoluted current story begins with the death, rather gruesomely, of another food truck owner and continues on to suggest complicity of a number of others. All police eyes train on Maeve, but at times it looks like EVERYONE save her immediate family are suspects, and that was a bit annoying. Bottom line: grand idea, not so great presentation

  17. 4 out of 5

    Alexandra Wood

    8-Red 1/10/16 R #4 Pages: 165 Welcome to the land of unlikeable and rigid characters! On your left you'll see our favorite "heroine"(and I use the term loosely), Maeve Kinkaid, who has the bravery of a dead sloth and, well, that's about it. This book is filled with predictable "twists" and "action", that may keep you from falling asleep, if, and I mean if, you can manage to keep the sheep from begging you to count them. Murder To Go by Chloe Kendrick is probably the dullest book I have had the utter 8-Red 1/10/16 R #4 Pages: 165 Welcome to the land of unlikeable and rigid characters! On your left you'll see our favorite "heroine"(and I use the term loosely), Maeve Kinkaid, who has the bravery of a dead sloth and, well, that's about it. This book is filled with predictable "twists" and "action", that may keep you from falling asleep, if, and I mean if, you can manage to keep the sheep from begging you to count them. Murder To Go by Chloe Kendrick is probably the dullest book I have had the utter misfortune of reading, and yes, that beats Eternal Vows, and no, that isn't a prize you want to win. I honestly think she was trying, trying being the key word to incorporate romance, which she proceeded to fail miserably at. This is 165 pages of torture, so if you don't heed my warning, I wish you good luck and good riddance.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jacqueline

    A Very Nice Puzzle Solid, single viewpoint style, great pacing, and plausible situations. This is a fast, breezy read, and when you have to put it down, you want to get back to it. The mystery is complicated and mysterious enough to keep you turning pages, while the hints of a possible romance adds suspense. There is good insight creating the atmosphere of a Food Truck business, though lacks detail of hauling in boxes of supplies. The main characters are nice people, the kind you would like to get A Very Nice Puzzle Solid, single viewpoint style, great pacing, and plausible situations. This is a fast, breezy read, and when you have to put it down, you want to get back to it. The mystery is complicated and mysterious enough to keep you turning pages, while the hints of a possible romance adds suspense. There is good insight creating the atmosphere of a Food Truck business, though lacks detail of hauling in boxes of supplies. The main characters are nice people, the kind you would like to get to know better. The bad guys are very bad guys, maybe not so plausible as the good guys, and definitely not worth knowing better. This is rich material for a series.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Gayla Glass

    I liked these books, but the characters need to get a little more personal. The 3 main characters seem to be so shady and hide everything from each other. I know it's getting there but I want it to get there faster! Also, once the mystery is solved, it seems to just end so abruptly. They need to come together at the end and have a coffee together or talk or something. Maybe give a little hint of the next adventure.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kira Carter

    This book was a good read and I loved the mystery side to it but I felt that the ending was a bit rushed and didn't quite meet my expectations. The storyline was really good though and I just wish I'd read it a bit quicker but work got in the way aha. I'm happy to say that I'm no longer in a reading slump

  21. 5 out of 5

    Paula

    Cozy murder mystery with Food Truck background. Different, good!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Christine

    Could have used a bit more character development, and the "whodunit" solution that tied the mystery up wasn't very satisfying, but still a fun vacation read.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Leslie

    Well, this seemed like it wa going in one direction - with a lot more story to it than you usually get in these Kindle cozy mysteries, but then it just kind of went nowhere in the end. There were several quite brutal murders in this book and not all of them were solved in the end, but the main investigator didn't care? He just marked everything as closed because the other similar murders had been solved? How about evidence collecting and actually investigating?? Maddening! Two scenes toward the Well, this seemed like it wa going in one direction - with a lot more story to it than you usually get in these Kindle cozy mysteries, but then it just kind of went nowhere in the end. There were several quite brutal murders in this book and not all of them were solved in the end, but the main investigator didn't care? He just marked everything as closed because the other similar murders had been solved? How about evidence collecting and actually investigating?? Maddening! Two scenes toward the end really drove me crazy. In one, Maeve is almost killed several times in this book, but the last time, she is bound, knocked unconscious (for the third time in this book - she should have a permanent concussion) and left to die by fire in her food truck. She wakes up and manages to free herself - don't ask, it's dumb - but she cannot then get out of the truck because she doesn't have the key. I don't own a food truck, but they really lock from the inside like that, to where you need a key to get in? Sounds fishy, but who knows. In the other scene, which happens earlier when Maeve is also trapped in her truck because someone is shooting at her from the outside, at no point does it occur to her to simply start the truck and DRIVE AWAY from the gunman. I re-read that part a couple of times trying to figure out what I was missing that forced her to stay hidden, rather than just leave. This was just ok, not sure I will check out anything additional by this writer.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kat

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. reading on the computer. she got a hot dog food truck in her aunts will. the aunt and her friend both died with no cause. the chef of the food truck left to go to another food truck where that man was killed. the inspector was killed. she is being looked at by the police the food truck was taken from the 70 yr old owner after it was seen at a series of robberies she is inside the food truck when someone is shooting at her through the door. they run away when the chef shows up to save her. she didnt reading on the computer. she got a hot dog food truck in her aunts will. the aunt and her friend both died with no cause. the chef of the food truck left to go to another food truck where that man was killed. the inspector was killed. she is being looked at by the police the food truck was taken from the 70 yr old owner after it was seen at a series of robberies she is inside the food truck when someone is shooting at her through the door. they run away when the chef shows up to save her. she didnt know it was him and hit him in the head with a pan she found the jewelry from the robbery in the truck, took it to her lawyer , who it turns out, was the one wanting the jewelry to hide that he had a girlfriend on the side. he tried to kill her in the truck but she got the fire out in time to be rescued.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Dawn

    Ok.. I'm not sure how I feel about this book. The story felt a little thrown together and not as fluid as this could be, I really hope that the future books will have a better flow. I really like the concept of this story is quite nice and has a lot of potential. I did enjoy the relationship between Maeve's relationship with Land and how it developed through out the book. Though it's still not amicable it was a nice expansion over the book. Also Danver's been portrayed as a little bit of an ass Ok.. I'm not sure how I feel about this book. The story felt a little thrown together and not as fluid as this could be, I really hope that the future books will have a better flow. I really like the concept of this story is quite nice and has a lot of potential. I did enjoy the relationship between Maeve's relationship with Land and how it developed through out the book. Though it's still not amicable it was a nice expansion over the book. Also Danver's been portrayed as a little bit of an ass throughout this book, but I feel like that's fairly normal for a homicide detective in these types of books. I can understand where he's coming from as he is trying to track down a killer and all the clues seem to point to Maeve. Over all it was an enjoyable book, however I just hope that the books continue to improve of the course of the series.

  26. 5 out of 5

    D. E.

    A CK. Modern Murder Mystery Action Adventure (MTG) (FTMB - 1) CK. has penned a modern murder mystery action adventure which begins with a young woman inheriting her Aunt's food truck, which had been very popular with the people she served. The young woman had no idea how competitive the other good trucks would be. She worked hard to fit in and then another good truck owner was murdered. Then our young lady becomes a sleuth. She is quickly on the trail of the murderer. This is can excellent read A CK. Modern Murder Mystery Action Adventure (MTG) (FTMB - 1) CK. has penned a modern murder mystery action adventure which begins with a young woman inheriting her Aunt's food truck, which had been very popular with the people she served. The young woman had no idea how competitive the other good trucks would be. She worked hard to fit in and then another good truck owner was murdered. Then our young lady becomes a sleuth. She is quickly on the trail of the murderer. This is can excellent read for the genre.....DEHS

  27. 4 out of 5

    Ellen White

    Maeve inherits a food truck from her Aunt, now the days of sleeping till 9 or 10 were gone. Problem is she had just bought and painted Dogs on the Roll. as the logo. The truck was immaculate and had a prime location. Another vendor that had plenty of remarks against her doing business was now dead. Keeping ears open if the customers said anything. Wondering now how her aunt died. A slow pace but enjoyable enough to read more by her

  28. 5 out of 5

    Sunshine✰✰✰

    Cute and short. Maeve inherits her aunt's food truck but it doesn't come without a hitch. After a competitor is murdered, and Maeve becomes a suspect, she starts looking into the history of the truck and it's looking pretty suspicious. None of the characters were really that great and Maeve's actions were a toss between annoying and questionable. I won't be jumping to read the next book, but it is on the top of my list next time I'm looking for a laid back easy read.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Kelli

    Read this book while I was working at a local fair. It was a fun, light read that was perfect for the many interruptions I had while reading. Mauve Kinkaid inherits a food truck from her Aunt when she passes away. The inheritance includes a mystery, an increasing number of deaths, and many eye-catching men. What more could a young woman ask for?

  30. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    When Maeve receives a food truck from her deceased aunt, all she sees is a steady income. She was wrong. Running a food truck is not as safe a job as she had planned. when her competitor is found beheaded she slowing uncovers a few loose ends in her inheritance that may make her the next on the chopping block.

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