#CREPE EXPECTATION by Sarah Fox

PEACE


A relaxing fun read is found in the fifth book of the Pancake House Mysteries. It is springtime in Wildwood Cove and Marley McKinney, is involved in a couple of events? The spring floods have revealed the body of eighteen-year-old Demetra Koza, who everyone believes had moved to New York City for a modeling career, ten years ago. Her friends formed a group of girls that included Brett's sister and the sheriff believed it was one of these was the killer. The other event is the annual amateur chef cookoff.     Ivan Kaminski is one of the judges and Molly is volunteering at the event. These different affairs are nicely brought together to make a pleasurable read. The ending is a surprise. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK AND SERIES.
Pancake recipes from the Flapjack menu are included.

Disclosure: Thanks to Lyrical Underground for a copy through NetGalley. The opinions expressed are my own.

											

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4 Responses to #CREPE EXPECTATION by Sarah Fox

  1. lghiggins says:

    Yay! Another good one in my queue!

  2. carhicks says:

    Another series that I enjoy. Looking forward to this one.

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