Bake Sale Murder PDF Õ Bake Sale Kindle -

Bake Sale Murder PDF Õ Bake Sale Kindle -

Bake Sale Murder [Ebook] ➡ Bake Sale Murder Author Leslie Meier – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Ever since local developer Fred Stanton and his wife, Mimi, built five modular homes next door to Lucy Stone s farmhouse, life just hasn t been the same With Mimi complaining about everything from the Ever since local developer Fred Stanton and his wife, Mimi, built five modular homes next door to Lucy Stone s farmhouse, life just hasn t been the same With Mimi complaining about everything from the state of Lucy s lawn to another neighbor s lovable dog, quaint Tinker s Cove, Maine, is now entangled in cul de sac politics and backstabbing And when Mimi doesn t show up for her shift at The Hat and Mitten Fund bake sale, the scent of burnt sugar leads Lucy to a shocking discovery Mimi, Bake Sale Kindle - face down on her kitchen floor with a knife in her backWhile the police start their investigation, Lucy gets busy writing up the murder for the local Pennysaver and following a few leads of her own Lucy knows the women in her neighborhood didn t like Mimi, but they certainly didn t want her dead right.


10 thoughts on “Bake Sale Murder

  1. Jenn Jenn says:

    First, the positive I got this one free fromApparently it s the 13th in a series, but it doesn t feel like that I loathe reading book out of order And while this does feel like a series book, it doesn t, at all, feel like I ve missed anything by just reading this book I mean, Lucy s just meeting a lot of her neighbors Anyway, this one was also very readable and kept me interested right until the end I didn t see it coming as far as the culprit either.Now, the negative Lucy s kind First, the positive I got this one free fromApparently it s the 13th in a series, but it doesn t feel like that I loathe reading book out of order And while this does feel like a series book, it doesn t, at all, feel like I ve missed anything by just reading this book I mean, Lucy s just meeting a lot of her neighbors Anyway, this one was also very readable and kept me interested right until the end I didn t see it coming as far as the culprit either.Now, the negative Lucy s kind of a dumbass She stumbles into all sorts of situations that she shouldn t be in and she can t manage her time well Her daughter s distraught about something and makes her drive an hour out of her way to pick her up and yet she doesn t demand answers at all Sue is a hateful bitch with no apparent redeeming qualities as a friend The entire town, including Lucy s husband, doesn t seem to care that the football team is being hazed, including harassing the cheerleaders, one of which is Lucy s daughter, as long as the team is finally winning games Also, was there another reason why the brother came to town Because he never actually talked to anyone His part seemed thrown together and unnecessary Also, what was the deal with Mimi s husband That was never really explained either SPOILERS In the end, no one seemed to care why the hazing was going on There was never any explanation on what the coach thought it would accomplish or any punishment for the kids who went along with it The book could do with some better proofreading for continuity also At least twice, the author makes a point of saying that Mimi s older than her brother Yet in the report in the paper in the end, Mimi s listed as a few years younger than her brother Also, how the hell would Bonnie make the brother drink the alcohol How would she get close enough to him to get him to do it either I mean, all reports were that he ran from anyone and everyone that got near him


  2. Andrea Guy Andrea Guy says:

    There s something special about Lucy Stone mysteries This is the 13th in the series This story mixes small town life with a cozy mystery Unlike a lot of authors with long lived series, I find that Lucy Stone is still fresh, and her characters a progressing on with their lives Things aren t at a stand still in these books Lucy s son Toby is engaged, her daughter is away at college The neighborhood is changing That s what sets up the stage for the murder.It takes awhile for the murder to ta There s something special about Lucy Stone mysteries This is the 13th in the series This story mixes small town life with a cozy mystery Unlike a lot of authors with long lived series, I find that Lucy Stone is still fresh, and her characters a progressing on with their lives Things aren t at a stand still in these books Lucy s son Toby is engaged, her daughter is away at college The neighborhood is changing That s what sets up the stage for the murder.It takes awhile for the murder to take place, which some readers may have a gripe with, but Leslie let s us get to know the new people in town, as well as Mimi, her husband and two sons That s the cozy to this mystery.I laughed my way through the scenes where Lucy, Sue, Chris, Mimi etc where trying to decide what to make for the bake sale This was classic small town U.S.A Typical PTA mom poltics It wouldn t be as funny if it weren t true.I really liked how several other parts of the story tied things together to the murder of Mimi and the homeless man To say anywould spoil the story.This was a really quick read and a fun cozy with some great recipes at the end I can t wait to try them, as well as another Lucy Stone


  3. Lauri Saplad Lauri Saplad says:

    Another exciting romp with mom turned reporter, Lucy Stone This one deals with the changing times we all must face eventually Idyllic small town, Tinker s Cove, now has bullying, sexual harassment, homelessness, teen suicide attempts, and well, multiple murders Lucy is on the case trying to get to the bottom of some reported football team bullying when all hell breaks loose As much as we want everything to stay the stay, change comes to us all.


  4. Kim j Kim j says:

    I do not know why I keep reading these because they are so bad I guess because they are so cheap Lucy seems to fall into solving the murders as she never really does any real investigating She is out of touch with her kids and constantly complaining Plus the writing is very amatuer and drawn out If she can write a series so can I Do not waste good money on this series


  5. Lorraine Lorraine says:

    Lucy has new neighbours from a subdivision built where an old house had stood Her friends want to raise money to give underprivileged kids school supplies for the coming season, and she invites them and her new neighbours to get involved The sale is set up for Labour Day weekend at the mall One of the new neighbours, Mimi, is scheduled to work the morning shift, and bossy Chris sends Lucy to go to her house and get her Lucy finds her dead, with a kitchen knife stuck in her back.In a sub stor Lucy has new neighbours from a subdivision built where an old house had stood Her friends want to raise money to give underprivileged kids school supplies for the coming season, and she invites them and her new neighbours to get involved The sale is set up for Labour Day weekend at the mall One of the new neighbours, Mimi, is scheduled to work the morning shift, and bossy Chris sends Lucy to go to her house and get her Lucy finds her dead, with a kitchen knife stuck in her back.In a sub story, Lucy is getting anonymous letters at the Pennysaver office reporting hazing of football players and cheerleaders Since her daughter Sarah is a new cheerleader, Lucy is very concerned but after talking to the coach several times, nothing is revealed.This was a fast read A couple of delicious sounding recipes at the end


  6. Jackie Jackie says:

    A good addition to the Lucy Stone series.


  7. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    Another fun visit with Lucy and her family Murder strikes the neighborhood, new neighbors cause rifts, and the high school team gets out of hand Lucy is right in the thick of things, as usual.Well written and kept my attention throughout Enjoyed it very much.


  8. Tabby Kat Tabby Kat says:

    Lucy Stone isn t happy Instead of living on a nice quiet road that she s used to, a little subdivision has sprung up next to her, including one obnoxious motorcyle riding teenager who spends as much time reving up his machine as he does riding it Lucy and her friends, Sue, Pam and Rachel start working on the Hat and Mitten fund A bake sale seemed like a good idea to raise funds, until she starts calling her friends for baked donations and realizes she hasn t kept up with them for awhile as ev Lucy Stone isn t happy Instead of living on a nice quiet road that she s used to, a little subdivision has sprung up next to her, including one obnoxious motorcyle riding teenager who spends as much time reving up his machine as he does riding it Lucy and her friends, Sue, Pam and Rachel start working on the Hat and Mitten fund A bake sale seemed like a good idea to raise funds, until she starts calling her friends for baked donations and realizes she hasn t kept up with them for awhile as everyone is involved in activities which make it impossible for them to bake anything So they decide this would be a good time to get to know the new people in the subdivision and get some baked goods for the sale at the same time Bonnie Burhart, wife of the new guidance counselor at school Willie Westwood, wife of the new vet Frankie LaChance a divorced mother and Chris Cashman mother of Pear and Apple Unable to attend the first meeting, Mimi Stanton, wife of the subdivision developer and mother of motorcyle riding Preston What starts out as the selling of a few baked goods at the school turns into a major sale when Chris Cashman takes over No longer a couple of brownies and cakes, they re going to produce low carb snacks, have bottled beverages and even make home made dog treats Chris even decides that they should all make several of their best treats and then they would all get together and have a taste test to vote for the best and then only produce them in large quantities for the sale Lucy is always happy to let an A type personality take over, but since it s usually been her friend Sue, things are a little strained as Sue has met her match in Chris Things don t seem as upbeat when on the day of the taste test, Mimi doesn t show up Lucy gets sent over to find out if she needs any help Mimi needs help, but not the kind Lucy can offer as she s in her kitchen with a large knife in her chest Who would have killed the developer s wife Was it a disgruntled new home owner Rumors were the houses weren t built that good A jealous wife Rumors were she might have been stepping out with someone else s husband Or a jealous husband Maybe the mysterious homeless person that was seen lurking around the house and living in the woods Lucy isn t sure, but she s determined to investigate as the person arrested by the police just doesn t seem like a killer to her


  9. Dawn Dawn says:

    As Lucy Stone mysteries go, I actually feel like this one caught its footing better than any to this point It kept me guessing right up to the reveal and Lucy s family annoyed me far less than they have in the past I thought the dynamic of a group of women was spit on at least in my personal experience and I loved the neighborhood drama aspect I did have suspicions about one of the minor storylines that I was afraid was setting up to play out in a particular way vague in an effort to avoid As Lucy Stone mysteries go, I actually feel like this one caught its footing better than any to this point It kept me guessing right up to the reveal and Lucy s family annoyed me far less than they have in the past I thought the dynamic of a group of women was spit on at least in my personal experience and I loved the neighborhood drama aspect I did have suspicions about one of the minor storylines that I was afraid was setting up to play out in a particular way vague in an effort to avoid any spoilers , but it ended up going in another direction and I was relieved to be incorrect I can truthfully say that I am looking forward to Lucy s next adventure as I feel like Lucy is finally locking in on her voice Lucky book 13


  10. Amy "the book-bat" Amy "the book-bat" says:

    This Lucy Stone mystery was pretty good There were plenty of twists and turns that kept me guessing right along I liked that I felt engaged in the story and didn t figure out whodunit until the end There were quite a few new characters introduced, but it didn t seem like too much at once like in other series when a lot of new people are added The additions made sense the way they were introduced and the way they interacted within the context of the story.


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