Overall, this is a pretty good start in a new series, not great, but not bad either.
Gwen Silver inherits her Uncle Murray's Jewish Deli. One night, a long time customer, Buster Sargent, comes in, has something to eat, then he falls over dead. It's up to Gwen to find out who killed Buster and why. To add to her troubles, a land developer comes by and wants to buy her place. Soon, the killer thinks that Gwen is getting to close and want to silence her.
This is an okay read. Not the best, but not the worse either. The characters are okay, at times, some of them really grated my nerves. When the we found out who the killer was and why he did what he did, I was like...."meh". There aren't really any plot twists or turns. I'd have liked to see a bit more of cat and mouse between the killer and Gwen.
This book has recipes in it, and they do sound good.
If you start this, I'm sure you'll like it. It's a lot better than a lot of cozy mysteries out there.