AWRW Book Review 🔪 Dying For Danish 🔪 by Author Leighann Dobbs #CozyMystery

dyingfordanishWhen Lexy Baker lands a high paying catering job that allows her to buy some much needed kitchen equipment, she’s excited that things are going so well … until she stumbles over the body of the bride-to-be.

Suddenly Lexy finds herself in a race against time to find the killer. Aided by four iPad toting amateur detective grandma’s, her best friend and her little dog Sprinkles, Lexy finds the suspect list growing at every turn.

To make matters worse, the investigation is headed up by her hunky neighbor Detective Jack Perillo who she had been hot and heavy with – until he mysteriously stopped calling her several weeks earlier.

Add a handsome, rich bachelor who is also a suspect and seems to have designs on Lexy to the mix, and Lexy soon finds that things are not what they seem.

Will Lexy be able to catch the killer in time, or will she end up Dying for Danish?

Kindle Edition, 200 pages
Published December 3rd 2012
Genre: Cozy Mystery, Romance
AWRW Book Review
Add one little white dog,
 A protagonist who owns a bakery,
a dash of murder mystery,
and a splash of romance for good measure!

Dying for Danish has everything that I enjoy about the cozy mystery genre, plus more! I love Lexy Baker, the stiletto- wearing-baker who always winds up involved in a murder mystery, and her little white dog, sprinkles! I have to mention, the titles of these books in this series are GREAT.
My only complaint is the way it reads. This novel, like the first, really needs another round of editing.
Nevertheless, I am hooked on this series and I highly recommend it to fans who enjoy cozy mysteries!


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