Josie Tucker is back! In this second, standalone mystery, the cranky food critic with the bad stomach, finds herself in San Francisco investigating the disappearance of a secretive software entrepreneur. "Ivan Sorokin is missing. Who wants him out of the picture-his wife, his business partner, or the stripper who holds his heart?" Josie Tucker stands on Beach Street with her back to the San Francisco wharf. Above her, the Ghirardelli sign winks in the dusky twilight, seducing her. The ice cream parlor lights beckon like a lactose lothario, a casein casanova, trying hard to woo her. But her heart longs for dumplings, for dim sum. Dim sum means "heart's delight." Imagine nibbling at a savory golden pouch stuffed with delicately seasoned meat. If a lover offers the morsel on the tips of exquisitely lacquered chopsticks late in the morning while reclining on silken cushions...that's food for the heart. "Chinatown. Dim sum. Murder. Josie's perfect ingredients for adventure." See what advance readers are saying: ""You know how you should never go to the grocery store while hungry? Don't read this book while hungry, either. The food descriptions are amazing!"" ""I wish Josie Tucker was a real person, because I need to be best friends with someone with that level of snark and awkwardness.""