Patterns in Silicon
by Maureen Robb Drake Valley Press
Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 0972818642
Rating: 8/10 (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards
Ever see someone choke in a restaurant? Lea Sherwood did--her restaurant. The victim didn't merely choke, he died. And she became a suspect in a murder. This wasn't the best publicity a new restaurant or its owner could receive, especially at a critical time in its struggle to achieve recognition and become a landmark on the San Francisco must see-must visit circuit for discerning diners. The murder threatened all she held dear, her business and the man she loved, so she began to ask probing questions as to why Keith Whitten had been killed. She uncovered a vast network of deceit in Keith's business dealings, other murders are committed, and money promised investors isn't there. Will she be able to help the man she loves save the business he was hired to run, since he too is a suspect? A fascinating look into the running of a restaurant and the worries an owner can have when things go so wrong, a cast of characters you will find credible with their conniving and efforts to undermine each other, and a mix of subplots that result from the deviousness of the characters. A tale you'll enjoy, especially you food buffs. Some yummy sounding dishes for you. Enjoy. I did.