Title: The Crepes Of Wrath
Author: Sarah Fox
Stars: 4 out of 5
A well written murder mystery that piqued and maintained my interest from beginning to end. It has very little violence and a good amount of clues provided to keep the amateur detective, in all of us, on track to eventually solve the knotty problem which was presented to us. The main character is believable and likeable which is a key ingredient in any story.
I have given this book 4 stars and would read other offerings by this author.
I received an ARC from Netgalley for my unbiased review.
In the debut of a delightful cozy mystery series, Sarah Fox introduces a charming new heroine who finds herself in a sticky situation: stacking pancakes, pouring coffee, and investigating murder.
When Marley McKinney’s aging cousin, Jimmy, is hospitalized with pneumonia, she agrees to help run his pancake house while he recovers. With its rustic interior and syrupy scent, the Flip Side Pancake House is just as she pictured it—and the surly chef is a wizard with crêpes. Marley expects to spend a leisurely week or two in Wildwood Cove, the quaint, coastal community where she used to spend her summers, but then Cousin Jimmy is found murdered, sprawled on the rocks beneath a nearby cliff.
After she stumbles across evidence of stolen goods in Jimmy’s workshop, Marley is determined to find out what’s really going on in the not-so-quiet town of Wildwood Cove. With help from her childhood crush and her adopted cat, Flapjack, Marley sinks her teeth into the investigation. But if she’s not careful, she’s going to get burned by a killer who’s only interested in serving up trouble.
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