Friday, December 30, 2016

Review: Conviction (Rebekah Roberts #3) by Julia Dahl

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Print Length: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Minotaur Books (March 28 2017)
  • Sold by: Macmillan CA
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01HB7GF4O

Book Description

In the summer of 1992, a year after riots exploded between black and Jewish neighbors in Crown Heights, a black family is brutally murdered in their Brooklyn home. A teenager is quickly convicted, and the justice system moves on.

Twenty-two years later, journalist Rebekah Roberts gets a letter: I didn't do it. Frustrated with her work at the city’s sleaziest tabloid, Rebekah starts to dig. But witnesses are missing, memories faded, and almost no one wants to talk about that grim, violent time in New York City—not even Saul Katz, a former cop and her source in Brooklyn’s insular Hasidic community.

So she goes it alone. And as she gets closer to the truth of that night, Rebekah finds herself in the path of a killer with two decades of secrets to protect.

From the author of the Edgar-nominated Invisible City comes another timely thriller that illuminates society’s darkest corners. Told in part through the eyes of a jittery eyewitness and the massacre’s sole survivor, Conviction examines the power—and cost—of community, loyalty, and denial.

Conviction is New York City crime at its very best: gritty, realistic, culturally complex and sometimes really terrifying, but ultimately full of hope, with a heroine you can’t help but root for. Brava, Julia Dahl―I couldn’t put the damn thing down.”―Lisa Lutz

“Julia Dahl’s Conviction is a thrilling, utterly absorbing crime novel. With tender-tough reporter Rebekah Roberts at the story’s center, it jolts the heart, while also raising bigger, troubling questions―about criminal confessions, urban fear, and the many, many ways our moral and ethical convictions can both guide us and mislead us, and ultimately save us.”―Megan Abbott

About the Author

Julia Dahl was born in Fresno, Calif., to a Lutheran father and a Jewish mother. She currently lives in Brooklyn, N.Y.

Julia has been writing about crime since 2004 when Seventeen magazine sent her to cover the story of a young Birmingham, Ala., girl who had been killed by her mother. Since then, she has worked as a freelance reporter at the New York Post, the deputy managing editor of The Crime Report, and now covers crime and justice for

Julia's feature articles have appeared in Mental Floss, Salon, Pacific Standard, the Columbia Journalism Review, the Boston Globe Sunday Magazine, and the Daily Beast, among others. She has been the recipient of fellowships from the H.F. Guggenheim Foundation and the Nation Institute for her reporting on criminal justice issues.

Before turning her attention to crime and justice, Julia was an editor at Redbook and Marie Claire. She began her career fact-checking at Entertainment Weekly.

INVISIBLE CITY is her first novel. She is at work on the sequel.

My Review

Conviction is the third Rebekah Roberts novel by author Julia Dahl. I have read the first two books in the series previously. Conviction could be a stand alone novel but I think that readers would enjoy reading the entire series.

Conviction tells the story of a young man, DeShawn, who was convicted unjustly of murdering his foster parents and his young foster sister. He has written a letter to Rebekah, who is a newspaper reporter, pleading his case that he has been incarcerated for over 20 years and that he is innocent. Rebekah quickly realizes that witnesses were ignored or lied and that DeShawn is innocent. But the main problem in the case is that her contact in the Hasidic community, Saul Katz, was a police officer involved in the original case back in 1992. Now, Saul is involved with Rebekah's mother so she is torn.

Conviction is a great read. I enjoy the New York setting which is very realistically portrayed by author Dahl. The characters are all interesting.

Highly recommend Conviction by Julia Dahl.

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Review: Fudge and Jury (A Bakeshop Mystery #5) by Ellie Alexander

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1074 KB
  • Print Length: 321 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1250088054
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks (Jan. 3 2017)
  • Sold by: Macmillan CA
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01H035XWY

Book Description

Welcome to Torte—a friendly, small-town family bakery where the pastries are delicious…and, now, suspicious.

It’s almost spring in Ashland, Oregon, and the town is preparing for the Shakespeare and the annual Chocolate Festival. Business is cookin’ at Torte, and the store is expanding as Jules’ team whips up crèpes filled with mascarpone cheese and dark chocolate. Torte stands a chance of being this year’s confectionery belle of the ball! Life couldn’t be sweeter—unless murder taints the batter.

Evan Rowe, of Confections Couture, makes a chocolate fountain that would put Willy Wonka to shame, and his truffles are to die for—literally? Yes, the world-renowned chocolatier has just turned up dead…right after sampling a slice of Jules’ decadent four-layer chocolate cake. Now all eyes are on Jules as she tries to find the mysterious ingredient in her own recipe. Can she sift out the truth before another contestant bites the buttercream?

About the Author

Ellie Alexander, author of the Bakeshop Mystery Series (St. Martin's Press), is a Pacific Northwest native who spends ample time testing pastry recipes in her home kitchen or at one of the many famed coffeehouses nearby. When she’s not coated in flour, you’ll find her outside exploring hiking trails and trying to burn off calories consumed in the name of research.

Find out more about Ellie and her books by visiting her blog at or following her on Facebook:

My Review

Fudge and Jury is the fifth book in the A Bakeshop Mystery by Ellie Alexander. This is a very enjoyable cozy series. I have read most of the earlier books in the series.

The Bakeshop Mystery series is set in the lovely southern Oregon festival town of Ashland. Ashland is famous for its Shakespearean theater as well as other tourist attractions. Ellie Alexander does a fantastic job of bringing Ashland to life in this series.

There is no sign of Jules' husband Carlos is this latest outing but she has plenty of local interest. The crew at the bakeshop Torte particularly her mother are prominently featured as Jules realizes more and more what the people at Torte and Ashland itself mean to her.

The murder-mystery centers around the murder of a local chocolatier. This occurs during the annual chocolate festival. Despite Evan's death and Jules' preoccupation with it, Torte shines at the event which ensures that Jules knows she is in the right place.

Great mystery. Well written and enjoyable. Highly recommend.

Monday, December 19, 2016

Review: The Glow of Death (Josie Prescott Antiques Mystery #11) by Jane K. Cleland

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1451 KB
  • Print Length: 304 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1250102979
  • Publisher: Minotaur Books (Nov. 29 2016)
  • Sold by: Macmillan CA
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01FD8RWI6

Book Description

As a warm ocean breeze ruffles the tall grass along Rocky Point’s sandy dunes, Josie Prescott visits the house of a wealthy local couple, Edwin and Ava Belcher. She’s been called in to appraise their Tiffany lamp, which everyone is delighted to find is genuine.

Josie’s good friend, Police Chief Ellis Hunter, is helping prepare for her annual Fourth of July barbeque when he gets a call that Ava has been murdered. Unable to reach Edwin, Ellis asks Josie to identify the body.

Josie is stunned to discover that the dead woman lying on the Belcher kitchen floor is not the woman she knew as Ava. Astonishment turns to shock when Josie discovers that everything she thought she knew about the Tiffany lamp and the Belchers has been built on lies.

About the Author

Jane K. Cleland’s multiple award-winning and IMBA best selling Josie Prescott Antiques Mystery series [St. Martin’s Minotaur] has been reviewed as an Antiques Roadshow for mystery fans. Library Journal named Consigned to Death a "core title" for librarians looking to build a cozy collection, one of only 22 titles listed, along with books by Agatha Christie and Dorothy L. Sayers. The full article is at “Josie” stories have also appeared in Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine.

Jane chairs the Black Orchid Novella Award, one of the Wolfe Pack’s literary awards, granted in partnership with Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine. She is a past chapter president of the Mystery Writers of America/New York Chapter and served on the national board as well. Additionally, Jane is the host of the Writer’s Room, a series of interviews with today’s bestselling crime fiction authors that appear on cable television and online.

Jane also writes noir and comedic plays around the theme of women who love men they hate.

Jane has both an MFA (in professional and creative writing) and an MBA (in marketing and management). She’s on the faculty of Lehman College, part of the City University of New York (CUNY) system. She also mentors MFA students in Western Connecticut State University's MFA in Creative & Professional Writing program and is a frequent guest author at other university programs.

More information is available at

My Review

The Glow of Death is the eleventh Josie Prescott Antiques Mystery by author Jane K. Cleland. The Glow of Death is the first book that I have read in this series. I wish I had time to go back and read all the earlier books as Cleland is a good writer and storyteller. The Glow of Death can be read as a stand alone novel. I had no problem figuring out the characters in the story.

The Glow of Death is set in coastal New Hampshire. It is a lovely area that I have visited and Cleland presented the area very well. I enjoyed the main character Josie as well as the supporting characters. The Glow of Death revolves around a beautiful Tiffany lamp. There are lots of twists and turns and two dead bodies. I enjoyed reading The Glow of Death and found the ending to be very satisfying.

Highly recommend this cozy mystery, The Glow of Death.

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Review: 5 Minutes with Jesus: A Fresh Infusion of Joy By Sheila Walsh and Sherri Gragg

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1571 KB
  • Print Length: 192 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Up to 5 simultaneous devices, per publisher limits
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson (Sept. 13 2016)
  • Sold by: Zondervan CA (CA SOR)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01F2PEXO6

Book Description

Could you use a joy infusion?

When was the last time you had a spontaneous laugh because your heart was absolutely overwhelmed with joy?

Whether you’re facing mundane routines or painful hardships, joy often feels out of reach. But those who know Jesus can live joyfully, no matter what—it’s a gift that can only come from God. Jesus engulfs His followers with great love so that He may fill them with His joy.

Bestselling author Sheila Walsh invites you to discover daily joy. Through funny and inspiring stories, powerful takeaways, and encouraging scriptures, Sheila shows that joy sometimes comes from gratitude, God’s beautiful creation, grace, or simply delighting in God’s goodness and love. And it always comes from spending time in Jesus’ presence. He brings life, restoration, and . . . joy!

The 5 Minutes with Jesus series is the perfect way to start your day with a joyful heart.

About the Authors

Sheila Walsh is a powerful communicator, Bible teacher, and bestselling author with more than five million books sold. She is the author of the award-winning Gigi, God’s Little Princess series, Peace for Today, Loved Back to Life, The Storm Inside, Five Minutes with Jesus and The Longing in Me. She is cohost of Life Today with James and Betty Robison. Sheila lives in Dallas, Texas, with her husband, Barry, and son, Christian.

Sherri Gragg fell in love with stories as a child, discovering that she could travel to any place and any moment in time between the covers of a book. Today as a writer she takes her readers with her on the journey. Her first book, Arms Open Wide: A Call to Linger in the Savior’s Presence, utilizes cultural background and archeology to immerse the reader in some of the most riveting moments of the Gospels. Sherri is a nationally published freelance writer and award winner in the 2012 Writer’s Digest Competition and lives with her husband and five children in Franklin, Tennessee.

My Review

5 Minutes with Jesus: A Fresh Infusion of Joy by Sheila Walsh and Sherri Gragg is an inspiring devotional. Each chapter has a devotional, a key phrase then it also has bible readings that reflect the devotional. 5 Minutes with Jesus: A Fresh Infusion of Joy is similar to other books in this series by Sheila Walsh. The book is aimed at women. It is a great devotional if you only have 5 minutes a day to spare to have a devotional time with God.

5 Minutes with Jesus: A Fresh Infusion of Joy would be a great book for yourself or as a gift for a friend. It is very inspiring book if the reader is looking for joy through forgiveness of others. Finding joy and happiness is key to a balanced and happy life. 5 Minutes with Jesus: A Fresh Infusion of Joy is a great tool to send you in the right direction.

I think that you will find this book very inspiring.

These are some of the chapters in 5 Minutes with Jesus: A Fresh Infusion of Joy:

Choose Joy
Do You Know Who You Are?
The Wonderful Ordinary
Yet I Will Rejoice!
Grace Welcomes You In
Not Always Easy
The Great Gift
Don’t Forget!
The Light of the Spirit
Like Rain On Dry Ground
Finding Joy In Our Yes to God
Complete Healing
Joy from Justice
A Life of Love
A Divine Mission
Parties In Heaven
Be a Cheerleader
Keeping On for the Prize of Joy
Always Enough
Charge It to Me
Our True Home
Giving With an Abundance of Joy

Friday, December 9, 2016

Review: Scripture Doodle by April Knight

  • Paperback: 120 pages
  • Publisher: David C. Cook; Act Csm edition (October 1, 2016)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0781414695
  • ISBN-13: 978-0781414692

  • Paperback: 120 pages
  • Publisher: David C. Cook (December 1, 2016)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1434710432
  • ISBN-13: 978-1434710437

Book Descriptions

ScriptureDoodle: A Six-Week Devotional Experience (David C. Cook, October 2016)
With inspiring exercises and prompts, this unique interactive guide introduces readers to a creative connection between Bible study, artistic expression, and worship.
Often, in the busyness of life, Christians forget that God created them to enjoy creativity. With guided instruction and completed examples, this beautiful book invites readers to draw closer to God through their own art.
More than a coloring book, ScriptureDoodle is a combination of Bible study, creative expression, and artistic community with artwork shared online at #scripturedoodle.  

Exploring topics such as being generous, finding rest, and facing grief, ScriptureDoodle gives the heart the creative space it needs. This book stimulates the reader's imagination and helps integrate God's Word into everyday life.

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ScriptureDoodle God's Promises: A Six-Week Devotional Experience (David C. Cook, December 2016)

Some of the most incredible stories in the Bible are of God's promises and faithfulness to His children.
ScriptureDoodle God's Promises refreshes believers who are feeling burned out or stuck in a rut in their relationship with God. Each of the creative worship prompts in this interactive guide includes biblical encouragement and ideas for worship through art. Artist April Knight includes creative lettering tips, color ideas, and completed examples to inspire readers to respond to promises in Scripture related to trust, faith, and the power of God's Word in all circumstances.
This unique blend of Bible study and creative expression provides the opportunity to connect with God as Creator in a new, life-changing way.
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About the Author

April Knight is a worship artist based in Asheville, North Carolina. Knight's work includes live worship painting and leading ScriptureDoodle workshops online and at conferences and retreats around the country and internationally. Her family of four is her greatest joy, along with serving alongside her husband at their local church.
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My Review

 Scripture Doodle and Scripture Doodle: God's Promises are both unique and fabulous books that are a combination devotional and coloring book. But that is almost too simplistic because these books are so enlightening. April Knight is a worship artist who has successfully combined drawing with coloring with biblical truths. These books will help to unleash your creativity. They are a great way to learn God's Word. And a great way to focus on God's Word. I am very impressed with the imagination that went into developing these lovely volumes.

In Scripture Doodle: God's Promises, some of the section titles are: Color the World in Prayer, Visual Scripture, Recipe for Blessing and Faithful to Provide. Each page is a new wonder to discover. Hours and hours of enjoyment and contemplation await readers of these books.

Scripture Doodle books would be a great Christmas gift for people of all ages. I am also thinking that they would be a great gift for people who are laid up in the hospital or for your elder relatives. Teenagers would love these as well.

I highly recommend Scripture Doodle and Scripture Doodle: God's Promises.

Great Escapes Virtual Book Tours: Better Off Thread (An Embroidery Mystery #10) by Amanda Lee

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1160 KB
  • Print Length: 302 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 045147385X
  • Publisher: Berkley (Dec 6 2016)
  • Sold by: Penguin Group USA
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01CZCW26A

Tour Participants

December 1 – Laura’s Interests – REVIEW
December 1 – Community Bookstop – REVIEW
December 2 – A Chick Who Reads – REVIEW
December 3 – Grace. Gratitude. Life. by Marie McNary – REVIEW
December 3 – StoreyBook Reviews – SPOTLIGHT
December 4 – Melina’s Book Blog – REVIEW
December 4 – Author Annette Drake’s blog – SPOTLIGHT
December 5 – The Book’s the Thing – REVIEW
December 5 – T’s Stuff – SPOTLIGHT
December 6 – The Power of Words – REVIEW
December 6 – Melissa’s Eclectic Bookshelf – GUEST POST
December 7 – fuonlyknew – REVIEW
December 7 – Celticlady’s Reviews – SPOTLIGHT
December 8 – deal sharing aunt – REVIEW
December 8 – Mystery Thrillers and Romantic Suspense Reviews – SPOTLIGHT
December 9 – MysteriesEtc – REVIEW
December 10 – LibriAmoriMiei – REVIEW
December 10 – Island Confidential – SPOTLIGHT
December 11 – 3 Partners in Shopping, Nana, Mommy, &, Sissy, Too! – SPOTLIGHT
December 12 – Bibliophile Reviews – REVIEW
December 13 – Varietats – REVIEW
December 13 – Texas Book-aholic – REVIEW
December 14 – Brooke Blogs – REVIEW, GUEST POST
December 14 – Carole’s Book Corner – SPOTLIGHT
December 15 – A Holland Reads – REVIEW, GUEST POST

Book Description

Santa finds himself in a stitch of trouble in the tenth in the series from the national bestselling author of The Stitching Hour...

Marcy is busy helping her customers make hand-crafted ornaments at her embroidery shop, the Seven-Year Stitch. But despite the yuletide bustle, when her friend Captain Moe asks for her help, she can’t refuse—especially when the favor is to play the elf to his Santa for sick children at a local hospital. Despite the ridiculous outfit, Marcy finds herself enjoying spreading cheer—until the hospital’s administrator is found murdered.

Although the deceased had plenty of people willing to fill her stocking with coal, evidence pins the crime on Moe. Now it’s up to Marcy, with the help of her police officer boyfriend Ted and her Irish Wolfhound Angus, to stitch together the clues to clear Moe’s name—before someone else winds up crossed off Santa’s list for good...

Praise for the Embroidery Mysteries

“Readers will enjoy spending time with the friendly folks of Tallulah Falls.”—Publishers Weekly

“Lee is clearly a story wizard.”—Blogcritics

“A great series with enough suspense and smart sleuthing to hook readers every time.”—RT Book Reviews

“A fast-paced, intriguing who-done-it.”—Fresh Fiction

“Lee has mastered the art of crafting very likable characters who are eccentric, lovable, and definitely people readers will enjoy.”—Kings River Life Magazine 

About the Author

Gayle Trent (and pseudonym Amanda Lee) writes the Daphne Martin Cake Decorating series and the Embroidery Mystery series. The cake decorating series features a heroine who is starting her life over in Southwest Virginia after a nasty divorce. The Embroidery Mystery series features a heroine who recently moved to the Oregon coast to open an embroidery specialty shop. She also writes the Down South Café Mysteries as Gayle Leeson. 

Author Links

Purchase Links:

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My Review

 Better Off Thread is the tenth An Embroidery Mystery by Amanda Lee. This is the first book that I have read in this series. It was very well written and an enjoyable read.

Better Off Thread has all the elements that make a cozy mystery a good cozy mystery. The main character is believable as are the supporting characters. The characters were all well developed and interesting. I liked the Oregon Coast setting of this series.

The mystery part of the tale moved the story along. The main character Marcy is helping out her friend and diner owner, Captain Moe, entertain children at the hospital. The Captain is Santa and Marcy is his elf. The hospital administrator is found murdered by Captain Moe. It turns out The Captain had been dating her so is immediately a suspect. There are lots of suspects and red herrings in this tale.

Better Off Thread is a good read. Highly recommend to cozy mystery fans. Loved the ending!

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Giveaway!! Great Escapes Virtual Book Tours: Egg Drop Dead (Cackleberry Club #7) by Laura Childs

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1319 KB
  • Print Length: 332 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0425281701
  • Publisher: Berkley (Dec 6 2016)
  • Sold by: Penguin Group USA
  • Language: English


December 4 – Varietats – Review
December 5 – Cinnamon, Sugar, and a Little Bit of Murder – REVIEW
December 5 – Varietats – REVIEW
December 6 – Laura’s Interests – REVIEW
December 6 – Brooke Blogs – REVIEW *
December 7 – MysteriesEtc – REVIEW
December 7 – Readeropolis – REVIEW *
December 8 – Paranormal and Romantic Suspense Reviews – SPOTLIGHT
December 8 – Queen of All She Reads – GUEST POST
December 9 – Island Confidential – INTERVIEW
December 9 – Community Bookstop – REVIEW  
December 10 – The Editing Pen – REVIEW*
December 11 – The Book’s the Thing – REVIEW *
December 11 – Cozy Up With Kathy – REVIEW *
December 12 – The Power of Words – REVIEW
December 12 – StoreyBook Reviews – GUEST POST
December 13 – Bibliophile Reviews – REVIEW  
December 14 – Texas Book-aholic – REVIEW
December 14 – The Pulp and Mystery Shelf – INTERVIEW
December 15 – Melina’s Book Blog – REVIEW *
December 16 – A Holland Reads – REVIEW *
December 17 – 3 Partners in Shopping, Nana, Mommy, &, Sissy, Too! – REVIEW *
December 18 – Booklady’s Booknotes – REVIEW

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 Book Description

In Laura Childs’s New York Times bestselling mystery series, Suzanne, Petra, and Toni—co-owners of the Cackleberry Club Café—are back to track down another bad egg…
Maintaining good personal relationships with their suppliers is one of the secrets of the Cackleberry Club Café’s success, so Suzanne doesn’t mind going out to Mike Mullen’s dairy farm to pick up some wheels of cheese. She’s looking forward to a nice visit with the mild-mannered farmer before heading back to their hectic kitchen.

But when she arrives, Mike’s nowhere to be found. The moaning of his cows leads her to look in the barn, where she discovers a bloodcurdling sight—the farmer’s dead body. Apparently not everyone was as fond of Mike Mullen as the Cackleberry Club.

Churning with grief and outrage, Suzanne, Petra, and Toni vow to find the farmer’s murderer—but as they get closer to the truth, the desperate killer gets whipped into a frenzy and plans to put the squeeze on them...

About the Author

Laura Childs is the New York Times bestselling author of the Tea Shop Mysteries, Scrapbook Mysteries, and Cackleberry Club Mysteries. In her previous life she was CEO/Creative Director of her own marketing firm and authored several screenplays. She is married to a professor of Chinese art history, loves to travel, rides horses, enjoys fund raising for various non-profits, and has two Chinese Shar-Pei dogs.

Laura specializes in cozy mysteries that have the pace of a thriller (a thrillzy!) Her three series are:
The Tea Shop Mysteries – set in the historic district of Charleston and featuring Theodosia Browning, owner of the Indigo Tea Shop. Theodosia is a savvy entrepreneur, and pet mom to service dog Earl Grey. She’s also an intelligent, focused amateur sleuth who doesn’t rely on coincidences or inept police work to solve crimes. This charming series is highly atmospheric and rife with the history and mystery that is Charleston.

The Scrapbooking Mysteries – a slightly edgier series that take place in New Orleans. The main character, Carmela, owns Memory Mine scrapbooking shop in the French Quarter and is forever getting into trouble with her friend, Ava, who owns the Juju Voodoo shop. New Orleans’ spooky above-ground cemeteries, jazz clubs, bayous, and Mardi Gras madness make their presence known here!

The Cackleberry Club Mysteries – set in Kindred, a fictional town in the Midwest. In a rehabbed Spur station, Suzanne, Toni, and Petra, three semi-desperate, forty-plus women have launched the Cackleberry Club. Eggs are the morning specialty here and this cozy cafe even offers a book nook and yarn shop. Business is good but murder could lead to the cafe’s undoing! This series offers recipes, knitting, cake decorating, and a dash of spirituality.

Laura’s Links:

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My Review

 Egg Drop Dead is the seventh Cackleberry Club by Laura Childs. I have read most books in this series and always found them to be an enjoyable read. Egg Drop Dead is no exception.

This series written by Laura Childs is set in the fictional town of Kindred. Kindred is a small midwestern town. The main character Suzanne is joined by her two friends, Toni and Petra, in running the Cackleberry Club which is combination cafe, book store and yarn shop. Finding dead bodies is also a pursuit of Suzanne! She cannot seem to stop finding them!

Suzanne is visiting their cheese supplier at his farm when she cannot find him. Farmer Mike Mullin has been murdered. And of course Suzanne discovers him. It turns out that a developer is very interested in the Mullin farm. Could that be the reason he was killed?

Great ending! Lots of action. Enjoyable cozy mystery!