Tapas, Carrot Cake and a Corpse by Sherri Bryan

Tapas, Carrot Cake and a Corpse

By Sherri Bryan

  • Release Date: 2015-05-25
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 57 Ratings
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Description

Small-town murder was never so calculated.
On a peaceful morning in an English coastal town, a handsome stranger meets a gruesome end.
As café-bar owner Charlotte Denver takes up the challenge to help find the killer before they strike again, she uncovers a shocking plot that rocks a close-knit community to its core.
There's amateur sleuthing, engaging characters, and recipes to try for yourself in Tapas, Carrot Cake and a Corpse, the first book in the feel-good Charlotte Denver Cozy Mystery Series.
Please Note; This book is written in British English and contains no strong profanity, sex or graphic violence.

Reviews

  • Fun, Easy Read

    5
    By Mooseytoo
    This is a fairly quick, fun read. It gives you clues along the way which encourages you to keep reading to see if you can solve the mystery. The characters are well developed and human.
  • Cooking up a mystery

    3
    By Catstaff
    This is one of the new frilly, cozy mysteries with a pretty heroine and a handsome knight in armor that is so popular right now. The problem is that, in spite of a mysterious and surprising plot, it has little depth, certainly not in the characters. It's okay but don't expect too much.
  • Tapas, Carrot Cake and a Corpse

    4
    By Vickielr
    A very good fast-paced story, leaving out no details. Keeps you interested to the very end. I enjoyed it tremendously and look forward to the next book in the series. Now, I need sleep! It was so good , I've been awake all night because I couldn't put it down.
  • This is a really good book.

    5
    By Why not a sample first.
    First, the author is a really good writer. Second, she has presented credible characters and a very good plot. Third, unlike the formulaic junk that passes for mystery novels these days, there are very few stereotypes. I enjoyed this book very much.

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