GINGERBREAD COOKIE MURDER


From Publishers Weekly

Fluke, Levine, and Meier each offer a yuletide whodunit treat in this entertaining follow-up to 2007’s Candy Cane Murder. In Fluke’s wry “Gingerbread Cookie Murder,” Hannah Swensen of the Cookie Jar in Lake Eden, Minn., wants her neighbor Ernie Kusak to simply lower the volume on his too loud Christmas outdoor display, but she soon discovers Ernie with his head bashed in. In Levine’s hilarious “The Dangers of Gingerbread Cookies,” Jaine Austen’s holiday stay at her parents’ home in the Tampa Vistas retirement community is enlivened by the murder of elderly lothario Dr. Preston McCay, whose neck gets broken during his star turn in an amateur play called The Gingerbread Cookie That Saved Christmas. Rounding out the volume is Meier’s less cheery but poignant “Gingerbread Cookies and Gunshots,” about Maine reporter Lucy Stone’s investigation of a four-year-old boy’s disappearance. Recipes enhance two of the selections.

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When Lucy Stone discovers the body of Rick Juergens, whose five-year-old son Nemo disappeared, she senses foul play. Crumbs from a gingerbread cookie Lucy gave to Nemo are found in the back seat of Rick’s car. With the hours quickly ticking till Christmas, Lucy races against the clock to find a killer before he strikes again.

Perfect for that special someone on your list or just for yourself, these intriguing mysteries will make the holidays shine brighter…

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1 Comment on GINGERBREAD COOKIE MURDER

  1. julie Mattson - March 30, 2011 at 1:55 pm

    I just started finding Lucy Stone’s books. They are fun and nice to read. Great job.

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