Humor and Heart in David Rosenfelt’s “Holy Chow”

P.D. Workman
3 min readMay 28, 2024

I’ve got a lot of good stuff coming in June. In the meantime, why don’t you pick up a copy of Shattered to Death, the latest Kenzie Kirsch Medical Thriller? As Kenzie Kirsch delves into the mysterious death of a patient, she stumbles upon illicit human experiments preying on the most vulnerable. The exploitation of those seeking solace and healing is a chilling reality Kenzie cannot ignore.

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I have just started Holy Chow, by David Rosenfelt, book 25 of The Andy Carpenter mystery series, but I have read several other Andy Carpenter books, which assures me that I’m in for an enjoyable read.

Andy Carpenter, the reluctant lawyer with a knack for solving mysteries, is a brilliantly crafted character. His wit and reluctance to get involved make him both relatable and entertaining. The supporting cast who help him with his investigations are equally engaging and add depth to the narrative. And of course it is populated with Tara, Lion, and the other pooches.

I’m looking forward to seeing how Andy navigates this latest case with his usual mix of humor, intelligence, and determination. Whether you’re a long-time fan or new to the series, Holy Chow is sure to be a satisfying read for anyone who enjoys a good mystery.

The reading of the will is tomorrow at our office at ten A.M. I’ve been notifying the beneficiaries, and…

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P.D. Workman

Writing riveting mystery, suspense, and young adult fiction about real life issues.