The Da Vinci Cook is another great installment in the Angie Amalfi mystery series by Joanne Pence.
Angie Amalfi is so excited, she has an upcoming job interview which could really boost her culinary career, to co-write a cookbook with a very important chef. But life has a way of intervening. Cat, Angie's realtor sister, gets mixed up in a murder and a theft of a very important religious relic, and Cat and Angie both must travel to Rome in order to clear Cat's name.
This 323 page paperback is a very entertaining story, as are all of the Angie Amalfi mysteries. There are also a few recipes at the end of the book and a few excerpts from some earlier Angie Amalfi books.
Joanne Pence has a writing style I really like, and this story is exciting and witty and keeps you guessing as to who is responsible for the crimes. (By the way, there isn't just one murder in this story).
If you enjoy mysteries and/or are a fan of Joanne Pence, this is definitely a book you will want to read.