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Maura Monroe came to Danger Cove, Washington, to forget the past and start over. Her newly found spontaneous side thinks buying the Cinnamon Sugar Bakery is the perfect way to both indulge her passion for baking and gain a fresh start. But her practical, business-savvy side isn’t sure it’s the safest move - for her heart or her pocketbook! While her two sides duke it out, Maura decides to rent a short-term cottage to feel out the quaint little town.
Only things are anything but quaint when her search for a temporary home uncovers a dead body instead of the perfect rental. And when fingers start to point at Maura’s handsome new landlord, she finds herself smack in the middle of a small-town mystery. The more Maura digs, the more she realizes that secrets abound in this sleepy coastal burg...and someone is willing to kill to keep them buried. Can Maura get to the truth before the killer strikes again? Or will the next body in Danger Cove be hers?
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By cosmitron on 03-20-18
Female Bakery Mysteries.
What did you love best about Sinister Snickerdoodles?
Any story that revolves around a new Bakery is fun and if it includes recipes.......well then
you have the makings of a beautiful relationship.
Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?
Not on the edge but it is a enjoyable mystery that most people will have fun with.
Which character – as performed by Angie Hickman – was your favorite?
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Not really but it was a good read.
Any additional comments?
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.
31 of 31 people found this review helpful
By Dee on 03-31-18
Good cozy mystery
I don't always have a problem when your garden variety individual knows more than local police and can solve a mystery better than they can. However, this listen took the cake (so to speak.)
Maura was new to town and in her former life, was a software salesman. Yet in every turn, she knew more than, well, everyone else. That's not a problem if you like that sort of thing. There is also no bakery, at least not a working one, until the very end. Just FYl.
I loved the narrator. I've listened to a few Hickman books and she always delivers. There is a serene pleasantness to her voice and it makes you always want to have her in your ear.
This is a good listen with an interesting whodunnit (called it!) and completely qualifies as a cozy mystery.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful