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    I never seem to guess the killer!

    It is time for a trip back to Jefferson to see what Food Blogger, Hope Early, has new in her life.  Hope finds herself knee-deep in another mystery when she stumbles across another dead body while on a scavenger hunt.  The bigger surprise comes when two other women appear in town and claim to still be married to the deceased.  Who is the true widow?  Will Hope survive the search for the killer?  You'll have to read the book to find out those answers and much more. I've enjoyed this series because I love food and I am always intrigued at a look behind the scenes of what food bloggers do to create their recipes and posts.  I love to cook but have never really created my own recipe.  I have adapted some recipes but that is about all.  Several of the recipes in this book have chocolate in them so my mouth was watering just reading about the muffins, cookies, and cakes.  Recipes are provided and a few have caught my eye. The mystery is intriguing and the author does a splendid job of hiding the killer in plain sight.  I'm not sure I suspected this character so I was surprised when the story came to a head and the killer was revealed.  There are several potential suspects and while I would have liked it to have been one character, no such luck. Hope has multiple sides to her - she inserts herself into the case trying to solve the murder (despite her boyfriend the sheriff asking her to stay out of the investigation), she doesn't know how to say no, and is a little insecure when it comes to her relationship with Ethan.  But all of these pieces come together to form a likable protagonist. Overall I enjoyed this book and look forward to the next one in the series.  We give it 4 paws up.
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    My three wives

    Hope Early, food blogger, and sister, is building up her empire and has taken on a new collaboration with. Cooking magazine. Life is busy, but Hope hope always has time for her family and friends. Unfortunately, when a local business man is murdered, his wife is on the suspect list, along with his other two wives, and she asks her only friend, Hope to help her. She wants Hope to not only clear her name, but also help with the funeral. Hope didn’t realize they were friends, but can’t bring herself to say no. Things get stranger as the man was married to three women, all of whom he was still legally married to and were in town at the time of his murder. Between her gig at the magazine, her blog, and the murder, there’s not much time time to sleuth, but yet she does. Can Hope help to solve the murder before she or a friend are killed? A fun series with recipes that will keep you turning the pages and wondering whodunit to the very end.
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    Hope finds an something unexpected

    Three Widows and a Corpse by Debra Sennefelder is the third A Food Blogger Mystery. Hope Early is participating in the town’s annual scavenger hunt which benefits the local community center. Her team stops at Avery Bistro to obtain an item on the list when Hope notices a familiar looking car in the back parking lot. She wanders over to find the driver’s side door open and real estate developer, Lionel Whitcomb dead on the ground. It soon becomes apparent that in addition to Lionel’s shady business dealings, he was also a bigamist. There are three women claiming to be his wife. Hope has no intention of getting involved with the case, but her natural curiosity wins out. The killer is not happy with Hope’s nosiness and issues a series of warnings. Three Widows and a Corpse can be read as a standalone for those new to this series. Hope Early is a food blogger and is working on an article for Cooking Now magazine as well as taking care of her animals and working on her home. I found Three Widows and a Corpse easy to read and it moved along at a steady pace. Jane Merrifield and her sister, Sally are back along with Drew Adams (reporter and friend), Ethan Cahill (Chief of Police and boyfriend), and Claire Dixon (sister). When Hope stumbles upon Lionel Whitcomb’s body, she states she is not going to investigate which pleases Detective Sam Reid and Ethan Cahill. However, Hope cannot help but ask questions especially when witnesses keep showing up at her home unannounced. Hope asks questions while plying them with her culinary delights. Of course, she is told by Detective Reid and Ethan several times to stay out of the investigation. The guilty party warns Hope off, but it just makes Hope more determined expose the killer. There are several suspects along with misdirection and direct clues. Readers will have no problem identifying the killer long before the solution is revealed. There is mild foul language in this novel. Three Widows and a Corpse is the perfect story for those readers who enjoy lighthearted, food related mysteries. Three Widows and a Corpse is an amiable cozy mystery with a troublesome two-timer, warring widows, a scavenger search, a sad sibling, and a repressive reporter.
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    I loved it!

    This is the third book in the series and it just gets better and better! The characters are written vividly and full of personality. The whodunit was really top notch and kept me guessing. (I was unsuccessful in guessing the culprit I have to admit). I look forward to reading the next in the series! I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
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    Better, Better, Best

    From the first book in the series through Three Widows and a Corpse I have loved the Food Blogger Mystery series more and more. Debra Sennefelder has a way of pulling me not just into the mystery but into the world of ex-magazine editor and current blogger Hope Jefferson. This mystery is as complex as the earlier ones with the added complication of bigamy or is that polygamy? We already knew that the first victim was not a likeable person, but the death of the second victim hurt my heart. Yes, that is how much I was involved in the story. When I read the first book, I was sad that few of Hope's friends were nice people. In Three Widows and a Corpse that seems to have balanced better, but I enjoyed seeing her handle an awkward experience with one person that too many of us can relate to. I appreciated seeing more of Hope’s relationship with her sister Claire, so now my only wish is to see more of a certain police chief. We did get many bits of interaction between Nate and Hope; I am just greedy. I requested this ARC from NetGalley because I have enjoyed the series so much. Three Widows and a Corpse is the best yet! #NetGalley #ThreeWidowsandaCorpse
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