Eggs in Purgatory

Eggs in Purgatory

Book - 2008
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The author of the Scrapbooking and Tea Shop mysteries cooks up a delicious new series with friendship, murder, and one spectacular breakfast after another. Suzanne, Toni, and Petra lost their husbands but found independence - and, in each other, a life raft of support, inspiration, fresh baked goods, and their own business. But when the Cackleberry Club caf#65533; opened its doors in the town of Kindred, who'd have guessed that the cozy oasis would become the scene of a crime? Eggs to go. Murder on the Side. Suzanne's lawyer is found in his car behind the Cackleberry with egg on his face and blood on the dash. Suzanne's taking the crime personally; The murder reveals a scandal in her late husband's past and brings a stranger fleeing a messianic sect to her for help. Now, discovering the link between a dead man with secrets and a runaway cultist may be putting Suzanne's own life on the line. Look inside for a preview of Laura Childs's new Tea Shop Mystery
Publisher: New York : Berkley Prime Crime, 2008.
Edition: Berkley Prime Crime mass-market edition
ISBN: 9780425224953
0425224953
Branch Call Number: M CHILDS L
Characteristics: 289 pages ; 18 cm.

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Preeceville56
Jun 28, 2014

I really enjoyed this book. The part where the leader of the cult is attacked by Suzanne, Toni and Petra as well as Junior made me laugh out loud.
Read two of the other Cackleberry Club mysteries which are good as well but this one is my favourite so far. Looking forward to reading the rest in this series.

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Shelley51
Aug 09, 2012

This series if very similar to the "tea mystery" series right down to the "detailed" account of the teas and food served, there are 3 main characters, an intelligent dog, boyfriend isn't important, and the type of policeman relationship.

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alterosen2
Sep 06, 2011

Entertaining enough but the characters were not as well drawn as in her other series & it was a bit too sentimental for my taste.

Jennifer_library Aug 18, 2009

I liked this new series of Laura Childs, but it wasn't as catchy as the "Tea Series" or the "Scrapbooking Series"

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