Killer Crab Cakes

Killer Crab Cakes

A Fresh-baked Mystery

Paperback - 2009
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In this bake-off, people get knocked off. The irresistible new entry in the national bestselling series.

When Phyllis's cousin asks her to look after her Oak Knoll bed-and-breakfast for a few weeks, Phyllis jumps at the chance'mostly because the inn is located close to the annual Rockport, Texas, Just Desserts competition. Determined to beat her friendly rival and enjoy some peaceful downtime with her boyfriend Sam, Phyllis concocts the ultimate sweet treat.

But Phyllis's holiday turns bitter when she and Sam discover a dead body'and all signs point to murder. Dismayed that bad luck seems to pop up wherever she goes, Phyllis wants to stay out of this one. But as the list of suspects gets too close for comfort, she decides to throw herself into the mix. Because when it comes to solving murders, Phyllis is one smart cookie.
Published: New York : Obsidian, 2009.
ISBN: 9780451228369
Branch Call Number: F WAS
Characteristics: 297 p. ;,21 cm.


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Sep 12, 2014

This is the second book in the fresh baked mystery series that I enjoyed.
I like the ladies who are friends and stick together. Look forward to reading the rest in this series.

LaughingOne Jun 19, 2013

I'm enjoying the Fresh-Baked Mystery series. Phyllis is a retired teacher who happens to have a good mind when it comes to solving murders. She is also an excellent baker, winning prizes in baking competitions. In this book in the series, Phyllis brought some friends with her when she went to coastal Texas to take care of her cousin's bed and breakfast while her cousin took care of a family emergency. I knew "who done it" before Phyllis did, but I still enjoyed following the plot along with her. I've already put the next book on hold.


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