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  • Quick, sweet-tempered cozy

    Clean, sweet-tempered cozy with likeable main characters, cute pets, and tasty-sounding recipes. Plot is secondary; likely culprit and motives foreseeable, but a quick, pleasant read.

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  • Family Reunion

    Sugar and Dixie are creating a cookbook for the Arbor family to remember their family’s recipes for prosperity. The original family homestead has been turned into a B&B by one of the children and the family is gathering to spend time there. Sugar and Dixie have been invited for the weekend to meet the extended family and gather the final pieces for the family’s cookbook. Expecting a quiet weekend with the family, no one was expected the grandson to arrive with a fiancé in tow, nor did they expect to find the young woman dead the next morning. While it might be a hunting accident, it just might be murder and Sugar and Dixie are in the thick of it again. The third book in this tasty mystery series is served up in a cozy B&B with a family that seems to be more dysfunctional as the story goes on. I think we can all find a little bit of our family in this book. The whodunit is well written and the characters fully developed. The stories that go along with the cookbooks Sugar & Spice deliver makes each entry in this series even more enjoyable. A great addition to your Summer reading list.

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  • Easy Cozy

    Thank you to NetGalley, Mary Lee Ashford and Kensington Books for the ARC of Quiche of Death. In exchange for this ARC I am giving my personal review. Sugar Calloway and Dixie Spicer are spending a weekend at the B&B of the Arbor family. They are there to work with the family to make a family cookbook. The Arbor family have a remarkably successful business selling quiches ad other family recipe products. The book has a lot of twists and turns after Sugar stumbles onto the dead body of the only grandson’s fiancé who was found dead by an arrow. This is the third book in the Sugar & Spice Mystery series. This is the first book I have read in the series and I immediately purchased the first two because I enjoyed this book so much.

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  • I liked it.

    Through NetGalley, I received a free copy of Quiche of Death (Book 3 of the Sugar & Spice Mysteries) by Mary Lee Ashford in exchange for an honest review. Sugar Calloway and her partner Dixie Spicer attend a weekend gathering hosted by their newest clients, the Abbott family. The pair are looking forward to creating a personalized cookbook memorializing favorite recipes and family history for the clients who made a fortune with their concoctions. The family is about as odd and as normal as most, but when the youngest male scion springs a surprise fiancée on the party, some of the family members are ruffled by the woman’s personality while others are offended by her existence. When Sugar finds the young woman’s body the next morning, the family’s bad attitude about the fiancée gives Sugar some suspicion that the homicide may have been intentional. As the obligation to contact the young woman’s nearest relatives reveals an additional mystery and as other incidents occur in connection to the Abbott family, Sugar works to unravel what’s really going on before more of the Abbotts or their connections become family history. I liked this book and enjoy the series. I recommend the book and the series to fans of Mary Lee Ashford and to fans of cozy mysteries featuring murder, cooking, publishing, and small businesses. #QuicheofDeath #NetGalley

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  • There's more to this story than just a quiche

    New client and that means a new set of recipes and a new mystery for Sugar and Dixie. This time it involves a family in the frozen food business and the quiched Lorraine recipe that started it all. Sugar heads out to meet the family as they gather for a reunion-like weekend that begins with some family drama and ends in murder, mayhem, and a meloncholy pup. This latest story has more than one mystery for Dixie and Sugar to solve and more than one delicious sounding recipe to make. On the romance front, little progression seems to be made by either lady as Dixie and the Chief seem to be as a good a pairing as chocolate and well, anything they are like a slow cooker with regards to acting on it. A little progress is made between Sugar and her photographer but any realy developement has yet to take place. While this is a stand alone story and not a continuation of an ongoing it is easier to understand the relationships if you are already familiar with the characters. The quiche baked up beautifully and I enjoyed the story just as much as I the quiche. Looking forward to the next mystery and recipes, hopefully a comfort food story with maybe a bit of fall flavor.

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