What a great book. Livia Washburn does a great job with the story line and interesting characters. Looking forward to reading more of her books. Murder takes place at a school and boy is there is list of suspects. What a fun book to read.
I found this book to be a bit difficult to get through. All the characters from the first book return, but there is, to me anyway, not much development of them. The main character spends alot of time worrying about whether something she saw had anything to do with the murder - even though she really didn't much evidence. The writing seems to be in excruciating detail, especially when the MC is baking. Each step in the process is laid out, which I found not very interesting. Since I have the third book in the series already, I will read it. But if it is not any better than the first two, won't proceed with any more of them.
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At this year's school carnival fund-raiser, the obnoxious president of the Parent Teacher Organization is found stabbed through the heart with Phyllis Newsom's own knife, with traces of incriminating frosting. Clearing her name will be no piece of cake...
Retired schoolteacher Phyllis Newsom is back in the 2nd Fresh-Baked Mystery and becomes involve in solving the murder of the head of the PTO at the school's Fall fund-raising carnival. I enjoyed this book and I am looking forward to reading the next one in the series called the "The Christmas Cookie Killer".
Very good story once again. Great characters and several twists. Looking forward to the next one.
An enjoyable read if a little slow.