Dead Men Don't Eat CookiesPaperback - 2015
As the national bestselling Cookie Cutter Shop mysteries return, things are heating up for Olivia Greyson, her best friend, Maddie, and the rest of the crew at The Gingerbread House - until a cold case puts their plans on ice . . . Olivia's mom, Ellie, is always cooking up new schemes, but her latest idea has Livie and Maddie especially excited. Ellie's converting an old boarding house into an arts and crafts school - one that, of course, houses a kitchen for those interested in baking. But right as renovations start, the workers discover a pile of bones buried within the boarding house's walls, evidence of a long forgotten crime. A silver necklace with a cookie cutter charm is found within the remains, convincing one of the workers that the bones are the remains of her father, who's been missing for over five years. Of course, Livie and Maddie can't resist the allure of investigating. But they're about to discover that digging up the secrets of the past can be deadly dangerous . . . 'Virginia Lowell will keep you hungry for more.' Fresh Fiction 'Sentiment, humor, and cookies blend together in this sweet mystery that shines with characters who genuinely support one another and appreciate the eccentricities that make them all so unique.' Kings River Life Magazine 'An entertaining investigative thriller . . . Fans of cozies will enjoy this Maryland small-town whodunit.' Genre Go Round Reviews
Alternative Title: Dead men do not eat cookies
Publisher: New York, NY : Berkley Prime Crime, 2015.
Edition: Berkley Prime Crime mass-market edition.
Branch Call Number: X
Characteristics: 294 pages ; 18 cm