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  • Best Friends

    Gia Morelli has been invited to participate in the annual Halloween event and her BFF Savannah signs her up! When they go out to visit the location the organizer doesn’t show for the meeting but they find her phone. A short while later her body is found in a shallow grave and the whole event is up in the air. While the event is in question, preparations must continue and Gia finds that she’s not alone as her friends join in the fun with her. Even sleuthing she’s not alone as Savannah won’t let her even think of investigating alone. Now the gals have to hope they find the murderer before they dig their own graves. This is the first book in the series I have read and it was fine as a stand-alone. It was a good read and solid whodunit that will have me ordering up the first three books in the series as well.

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  • A Very Good Instalment

    A Waffle Lot of Murder is the 4th book in the All-Day Breakfast Cafe Mystery series. Gia Morelli runs the 'All-Day Breakfast Café', a diner in Boggy Creek, Florida. Gia is on a mission to promote her speciality pumpkin spice waffles when she is asked to help out at the town's Haunted Town Festival for Halloween, an event held on deserted farmland. When Gia and her BFF, Savannah Mills go to the woods to meet Barbara Woodhull, one of the event organisers, Barbara doesn't show up. Then they learn that she has been found by a security guard, dead, having been clobbered over the head... A Waffle Lot of Murder was my 1st in this series. Although it was book four, I had no difficulties keeping up with characters and events and it worked for me as an individual story. Gia and Savannah had a brilliant friendship and protagonist Gia was a great character who I found to be instinctive and keen. The great cast of characters, including the hilarious townsfolk, and strong friendship bonds, helped to zhoosh up this autumnal cozy as did Thor, Gia's Bernese Mountain Dog. I was sold on this Halloween themed compulsive story from the very beginning, and Lena Gregory really impressed me with her fluid writing. The details of the plot were very well-executed, the story was amusing and easy to follow, and every chapter left me with a compelling need to read on. The story was scattered with scrumptious food references, and clues were sprinkled throughout. As a lover of a good breakfast myself Lena Gregory's mentions of delectable sounding meals and treats were pure joy and I could almost taste the homemade Vanilla Cinnamon creamer! The killer's motive eluded me until the very end. This was a very good cozy and I am looking forward to reading book five. If you adore a great cozy mystery, don't miss out on A Waffle Lot of Murder! I received a complimentary copy of this novel at my request from Kensington Books via NetGalley. This review is my own unbiased opinion.

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  • A well crafted Halloween cozy mystery

    #AWaffleLotofMurder. It's fall and Gia the owner of the all day breakfast cafe has been asked to host a haunted house and food table at the annual haunted village fund raiser. It makes her happy to finally feel like a part of the community. When she and her best friend Savannah go to meet the organizer of the event, who is a no show, they are on sight when the body is discovered. Gia vows that she shall not be investigating this mystery. The best laid plans often get ignored in the cozy mystery formula and this is no exception. Gia can not help but investigate. This is a fun story complete with haunted attractions and fall recipes. I would recommend this seasonal read to anyone looking for a quick read.

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  • Cute Halloween cozy mystery!

    My favorite part about cozy mysteries are when they have a holiday theme. And Halloween is my favorite holiday! If you want to get in a Halloween mood, A Waffle Lot of Murder will get you there fast. Even here in California with triple-digit heat, I still feel the brisk winds of Fall closing in. In addition to haunted houses, the book also contains three recipes from the plot: Pumpkin Spice Waffles, Breakfast Pie, and for the less culinary, a Vanilla Cinnamon Creamer. Yum! The mystery was challenging. The characters were genuine. A Waffle Lot of Murder is highly recommended. 4 stars! Thanks to the author, Great Escapes Virtual Book Tours, and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.

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  • Great

    Have really enjoyed this series. Can't wait for the next one

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