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    Who doesn’t like pie?

    There is a lot, and I mean A LOT, going on in this book. A reality show being filmed at Pie Town, a coven camping outside Val’s home, a long lost father returning out of the blue, and two murders. Whew, see what I mean? But yet it all seems to gel and is tied together well. While Pie Town is a struggling new business, It is doing as well as a new business can be expected, even if Val expanded a little too quickly at such an early age. But when her landlady, employee, and friend, Charlene, surprises her with the cast and crew from reality show, Pie Hard, Val eventually gets over the shock and realizes a little inconvenience is a small price to pay if she can get some solid business advice out of the fiasco. After the first night of filming the producer is pushed off a cliff to her death and things just go down hill from there. Then her long lost father shows up to take over production and she’s not quite sure what to make of him. She angry at him for having walked out on her and her mother all those years ago, but as with any story, there are two sides to it. Will she let him share his and believe him? Can she even trust him? Should she? As the filming continues, the star pastry chef, Ilsa is murdered and the number of suspects is down by one. Who is targeting the Pie Hard gang and why? Eventually, taking a page out of an Agatha Christie book, Val gets the list of suspects together and the truth comes out. But it’s not over yet…not until the fat lady sings…and she’s not quite ready for her aria. All in all this was a good story. While it’s the third in the series, it’s the first I have read, though I have read the Perfectly Proper Paranormal Museum series by the author. Her wit is quick and full of sarcasm and being a Jersey gal, I enjoy that. This was fine as a standalone. I didn’t miss anything from the first few books in the series that the author didn’t shed some light on where needed. Looking forward to more from Kirsten Weiss.
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    3rd Pie Town, no letdown

    Fun read. Interesting characters and plots. Locale and descriptions add to the fun. A good addition to the female amateur sleuth genre.

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