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  • When the Cookie Crumbles

    I enjoyed reading A Case for the Cookie Baker by Candace Havens book five in her Ainsley McGregor mystery series. Ainsley McGregor and the town of Sweet River, Texas are busy preparing for their annual summer celebration. All of these celebrations have brought lots of tourists to the town and Ainsley’s shop, Bless Your Art an artist cooperative, has never been busier. Lizzie is new to the town and has opened a bakery nearby Ainsley’s shop and provides her and her staff with delicious treats and daily sugar rushes. While walking to meet her girlfriends, Shannon, Jasmine, and Lizzie, Ainsley discovers a dead body in the back of Lizzie’s bakery, along with two women locked in the freezer. It’s doesn’t take much to know that her new friend is the prime suspect. Ainsley is convinced that Lizzie is innocent but her brother, the town sheriff and her boyfriend Jake have some suspicions. This time, Ainsley’s brother asks for her help, talking to people and finding clues that just might lead them to the killer. Ainsly isn’t so sure she is in trouble and being targeted again by a killer, but something happened and she’s determined to prove her friend is innocent and discover what really happened that night. I genuinely enjoyed reading this sweet and intriguing book and had trouble putting this book down. Ms Havens kept me on my toes guessing who the killer was, throwing in some challenging red herrings, until I turned the last page. Her writing had me feeling as if I was there, watching the events unfold. I loved seeing how far Ainsley’s relationship with Jake had again progressed. I highly recommend A Case for the Cookie Baker to other readers. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.

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  • A fun addition to this series

    Once again we have Ainsley McGregor having to solve a case in the small town she lives in This time she has to prove that her friend Lizzie who has recently opened a bakery in Sweet River Texas. This town has more mysteries and murders than you can poke a stick at. Once again a fun read that flowed well and was the perfect escape from everyday life I highly recommend

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  • Unusual Solution

    I just love George Clooney, the dog that is. A Case for the Cookie Baker (Ainsley McGregor #5) by Candace Havens has George Clooney on the case even before the attacks and murder are known. Then there is a Julia Roberts and the group admits that they are behaving like Scooby’s gang. So it is quite the story. The Fourth of July float parade that begins the story does finish the story but it is not part of the mystery at all. The murder mystery comes out of nowhere with no suspects, then too many suspects, plus it has several rabbit trails along the way. Perception is the key with paper tigers being fought that leads to a deadly ending for one. However, this book is brought to a happy conclusion after an unexpected scare with George, a courageous dog followed by an unexpected loving question. It is a sad cozy mystery that ends on a positive note. An ARC of the book was given to me by Tule Publishing which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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