A tearoom owner. A Tarot reader. A murder. Solving this quirky case may take a Christmas miracle.
Tea and Tarot room owner Abigail is having a hard time getting into holiday mode. She's working her assets off to make the tearoom a premier holiday destination, searching for an appropriate Christmas gift for her new boyfriend, and trying to forget her aggravating but oh, so tempting neighbor, Brik. But when one of the Tarot readers finds a nearby business owner dead, Abigail and her Tarot-reading partner Hyperion are on the case.
Now, with a cranky cop on their tails, the duo must find a way to solve the crime and stay out of the slammer before a killer cancels their Christmas.
Gingerbread Dead is a fast-paced and funny cozy mystery, packed with oddball characters, pets, and murder. Buy the book and start this hilarious caper today!
Tearoom recipes in the back of the book!
One of my favorite mystery series.
tempting treats and lethal connections
the dreaded gingerbread houses raise their torturous heads.
if you have ever done catering that included desserts or baked goods around the holidays, they might just haunt your dreams- or nightmares.
they are oh do difficult to piece together, unless you do a simplified kids version - and people just really want to nibble, like Hansel and Gretel. things did not really end so well for them or the witch.
a murder mystery whodunnit where the victim is s notorious Scrooge is an unhappy addition to the holidays horrors.
will all the chaos bring Tony back to his police detective career - or set him on his new path?
puzzling and perplexing death and alibi defying ill deeds.
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Great Characters and Story
Gingerbread Dead is super cute. I love Kirsten Weiss’ lead characters. I find them very relatable. I couldn’t put the book down because I wanted to know what happened next. Fun mystery and it took a while to figure out the killer.