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    A good whodunit.

    This is a good whodunit. It kept me guessing through the whole story. I thought I knew, but didn't know for sure until the end. Jenna is setting up for book clubs and her book club is having a progressive dinner. When they get to the last house, there is a dead body. Jenna's friend Pepper is the prime suspect, but there are plenty of other suspects. Cinnamon isn't crazy about Jenna's help even if she does have lots of theories and some good gossip to pass along. Love the characters in this series and can't wait for more.
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    Great Story!

    Jenna Hart, proprietor of the Cookbook Nook and Nook Café, is ready for the Book Club Bonanza week that has come to Crystal Cove. She has stocked her bookstore with juicy mysteries and delicious cookbooks. When her friends arrange for a progressive dinner party, she can’t wait to discuss her latest read. But, things become deadly when someone is found dead at the last stop. Can Jen sift through the clues to find the truth? This was another fabulous mystery from a great writer. I loved how the main character pursued the truth after being coerced by her loved ones to start the investigation. Several great characters were introduced, which added red herrings and suspects to the wonderfully twisty plot. Even though this book is a part of a series, it could easily be read as a stand-alone novel. I received an Advanced Reader Copy of this book from NetGalley and am voluntarily reviewing it.
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    Cookbooks, Tarrot Cards & Stones lead to murder!

    A great book with very intriguing and interesting characters. I really must go back and read the entire series as this book is the eight in the series and I want to get to know the characters even better. When one of the shop owners is murdered, other shop owners start looking at each other as the possible villain. The gals at the Cookbook Nook, a shop I would love to visit, decide they have to find out who before chaos ensues! The story was well written and plotted in a manner that had me staying up late turning pages to find out who did it! While I did enjoy the book very much and don't feel that I was lost by not reading the previous book, I do want to go back and read any others in the series that I missed so I can spend more time with the characters while I wait for the author to write another book for the series!
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    Worth the read

    This was my first book by this author but I really enjoyed it. I loved all the characters and the interactions between them all. The mystery mixed with the book clubs, food, and small town charm were well developed. Well worth i
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    Progressive meal with murder on the menu

    A progressive dinner sounds like a wonderful idea, until you include a side of murder with your dessert. This story was as sweet and savory as the recipes layered thru out the chapters. With a variety of characters and the possibility of Pepper being the prime suspect, Jenna was sure to get involved to help clear her friend. There are several suspects and some very interesting mythological symbolism, not to mention the excellent food descriptions. Food, friends, and foul play plus an expectant baby makes this an excellent and delectable mystery.
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