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    Well read then dead

    A good who dunnit with a bit of schmooze and a great recipe to bake at the end.What more could you ask for from a good writer.Looking forward to the next book.
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    Okay Debut

    Sassy and Bridgy have settle into their new life running a café/bookstore in Fort Myers Beach, Florida. But when one of their loyal customers is murdered, they are surprised. Delia was a nice, quiet woman. Who would want to kill her? The characters and the setting in this book are wonderfully vivid, and I enjoyed spending time with them. Unfortunately, the pacing was off and at times I got frustrated waiting to get back to the mystery. However, it did all come together for a logical ending.
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    Good start, hoping for more character development

    Well Read, Then Dead by Terrie Farley Moran is the first book in the Read ‘Em and Eat Mysteries. The concept really drew me to the book. I love to read and I love to eat. Moran’s descriptions of the cafe are wonderful. I wish we had that type of book store or cafe in the town I live in. The tables with the various author themes sounded awesome, and the titles of the various food items were super fun. Just to give you an example; The Old Man and the Sea chowder. The two main characters, Sassy and Bridgy, were actually my least favorite of the characters. They were fine, but nothing about them really stood out to me. The side characters though… Aunt Ophie was a hoot. A cougar who spoke her mind and made a mess in the kitchen while she whipped up delicious food. And Augusta was a feisty woman who has a beautiful softer side. And the bit characters were really well fleshed out for not having as much story line. The mystery itself was not as strong as other cozies I’ve read, but for a first in the series, it wasn’t bad. And I’m sure Moran will continue to get better with each book in the Read ‘Em and Eat Mysteries!
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