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  • A cold case heats up

    Hope Early is teaching a class on blogging at the local library. While one old high school friend has signed up for her class, mother has returned to town to find out what happened to her mother who disappeared 20 years ago. When Devon returns home to investigate Hope learns the woman has a podcast that covers cold cases of women who have disappeared. Devon asks Hope for her help in solving the mystery, given Hope’s previous success in solving other cases. Hope doesn’t commit and when Devon dies in an accident, she vows to find the answers Devon was searching for. Now Hope has to focus on finishing her class, finding a killer and not becoming the next subject of a killer podcast. The fourth entry in this series and I haven’t missed one yet…and don’t plan to miss any future entries either. Recipes are included, so as you work your way through figuring out whodunit and revel in the final reveal, you can follow up with some deliciousness to celebrate.

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  • Another great book in the Food Blogger Mysteries!

    The Corpse Who Knew Too Much by Debra Sennefelder is the second book that I’ve read in the Food Blogger Mysteries and it was wonderful catching up with Hope, Jane, Drew, Claire, and the rest of the gang. This is book number four in the series and if you haven’t read any of the other books, Sennefelder gives you enough background and references to previous cases that you won’t be lost. Although with any series, starting from the first book is always a great idea so you can watch the characters grow and be privy to insider information. The Uninvited Corpse is book one in the series in case this is a new series to you. Hope is going non-stop all of the time and is dealing with a lot; creating new recipes for her blog and all the things that come along with maintaining a blog, running a class at the local library, learning to do podcasts, remodeling/decorating her older farmhouse, working on her relationship with the town sheriff and his daughters, and solving not one, but three murders! It’s no wonder she’s finally hired an assistant to help with the administrative parts of her blogging business and someone to help around the house and with her chickens. And besides solving three murders she also figures out who’s been stealing small objects around her house. I’m tired just thinking of having to handle all of that. But with giving Hope so many responsibilities, Sennefelder uses it to write a great cozy since there is always something happening. And while everything is going on, Sennefelder is continuing to have her main characters grow and make sure the new ones are well developed. And I feel like Sennefelder has really stepped up her game when it comes to including Hope making new recipes fitting seamlessly into the story, as well as all the yummy recipes at the end of the book. There’s a couple of cookie recipes that I know I will be trying out soon. As far as the mystery went I was guessing for quite a bit of the book. Towards the end, one of the characters makes a comment that stuck out so I knew they were involved, but I wasn’t exactly sure as to the why. And I really enjoyed how Sennefelder incorporated a true crime podcast into the book since they are so popular and it seemed to give the cozy a bit of a darker feel. Not that it isn’t a true cozy, it just has a bit more menacing creepiness behind it. Another excellent addition to the Food Blogger Mysteries and the cozy genre!

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  • I loved it

    This is the fourth book in the series and it was my favourite! The characters are written vividly and full of personality. The storyline was very contemporary in terms of a true crime podcast and the whodunit which also included a cold case was top notch. I look forward to reading the next in the series! I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.

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  • Loved it!

    cozy-mystery, culinary, family-dynamics, friendship, small-town, small-business, law-enforcement, amateur-sleuth, murder***** Hope left NYC and is renovating her farmhouse in a small town in Connecticut. She is a food blogger, teaching a class on blogging, and an amateur sleuth (despite the protests of her boyfriend, the local police chief). Twenty years ago the mother of two of Hope's friends disappeared and now one of those girls has returned and is determined to find out what happened to her mom. What she finds out gets her killed and Hope takes up the cause while snow storms keep causing havoc in the area. Great characters and lots of twists and red herrings as well as plenty of family and friendship. An excellent cozy! I requested and received a free ebook copy from Kensington Books via NetGalley. Thank you!

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