Murder by the Slice (Fresh-Baked Mystery Book 2) Summary ✓ 102

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Murder by the Slice (Fresh-Baked Mystery, Book 2) Summary ✓ 102 è At this year's school carnival fund raiser the obnoxious president of the Parent Teacher Organization is found stabbed through the heart with Phyllis Newsom's own knife with traces of incriminating frosting Clearing her name will be no piece of cakeAt this year's school carnival fund raiser the obnoxious president of the Parent Te. Every now and then I don't look closely enough at a book before I buy it; this time I ran out of reading material in NJ two weeks ago and needed a uick fix I can't recall whether I noticed that the protagonist was a retired schoolteacher rather than a current teacher but even if I had I doubt that I would have expected the moral high horse she rode in on Apparently there's a market for these books yes she's written than one in the series probably elderly women who despair of today's use of profanity and how uickly relationships progress but I can't even imagine that it would have appealed to my own mother Maybe it's different in Texas where the books are set It would take a high level of boredom for me to buy another book in this series

Livia J. Washburn Ò 2 Read

Acher Organization is found stabbed through the heart with Phyllis Newsom's own kni. I really love this series The main character spent a lot of judging others and deciding whether to share secrets or not almost to a fault in this particular book Still; I love the characters and the homey feeling added to each story

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Murder by the Slice Fresh Baked Mystery Book 2Fe with traces of incriminating frosting Clearing her name will be no piece of cake. I don't know if it is a case of 'overkill' on my part no pun intended but Murder by the Slice seems to be nothing but a knock off of the Laura Childs tea house mysteriesIt has the same format even down to the recipes in the back of the book But somehow I feel that a 'recipe' for a Giant Hostess Cupcake that calls for 2 cake mixes and a jar of marshmallow creme really doesn't ualify as a recipeWhile Livia Washburn's writing is pleasant enough it tends to rely on 'page filling' By that I mean she took two pages describing her baking cookies right down to her putting the parchement paper on the baking sheet and another three pages describing her baking and decorating a cake This would have been fine in a cooking column but aside from the fact that she was taking the cake and cookies to a school carnival it had very little to do with the developing the story lineAll in all I would say this book was good enough for a uick snack but hardly satisfactory for someone looking for a literary meal with substance