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Murder can be bad for business....
When Lexy Baker lands a high paying catering job that allows her to buy some much needed kitchen equipment, she's excited that things are going so well...until she stumbles over the body of the bride-to-be.
Suddenly Lexy finds herself in a race against time to find the killer. Aided by four iPad toting amateur detective grandmas, her best friend, and her little dog Sprinkles, Lexy finds the suspect list growing at every turn.
To make matters worse, the investigation is headed up by her hunky neighbor Detective Jack Perillo who she had been hot and heavy with - until he mysteriously stopped calling her several weeks earlier.
Add a handsome, rich bachelor who is also a suspect and seems to have designs on Lexy to the mix, and Lexy soon finds that things are not what they seem.
Will Lexy be able to catch the killer in time, or will she end up Dying for Danish?
Includes two recipes - one for homemade Danish from scratch and one for an easier version!
This is book two in the Lexy Baker Cozy Mystery Series, but you don't have to listen to them in order if you don't want to!
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- Mona Lawson
I haven't read a cozy mystery in awhile. It made me want to get back into reading them! So much fun and I could see all the scenes in my mind's eye.
Enjoying this “First Series of Cozies”
Before anyone throws out tons of facts about the origins of cozy mysteries and cozy mystery book series, ljust let me state this is a good place to start. Perhaps formulaic, but perhaps subsequent cozy authors followed in Leighann Dobbs’ formula. Whatever the case may be I have enjoyed getting into this series and appreciate how Dobbs eases the reader in with the shorter first book and increases length as time passes. Pretty wise marketing ploy from this marketing guru’s opinion!