A Catered St. Patrick's Day

A Catered St. Patrick's Day

eBook - 2012
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When Mike Sweeney is found floating in a vat of green beer and the nephew of one of their best customers is accused of the crime, Bernie and Libby Simmons, the owners of A Little Taste of Heaven, must find the real killer before the luck o' the Irish runs out. Reprint.

Kensington Books
To most of the people of Longely, New York, St. Paddy's Day means good food, great music, and plenty of Guinness. But when the lifeless body of Mike Sweeney floats to the top of a vat of green beer, it looks like the luck o' the Irish has just run out. Unfortunately for the Simmons sisters, Bernie and Libby, the number one suspect is related to one of their very best catering customers, the pampered and powerful Bree Nottingham. When Bree visits A Little Taste of Heaven to beseech them to clear her nephew's name, they just can't say no.

But the more information Bernie and Libby stir up, the more Duncan Nottingham looks like a killer. For Bernie and Libby, the situation is deadly and in danger of boiling over. And they can't count on good old Saint Pat to drive out the snake in their midst. . .they'll have to do it themselves, before a murderer strikes again.

"Fans of culinary cozies by Joanne Fluke and Diane Mott Davidson will enjoy discovering Crawford."--Library Journal

Includes Original Recipes for You to Try!

"Cozy fans will appreciate the zany characters, witty dialogue, and puzzling plot." --Publishers Weekly

Publisher: New York : Kensington Books, [2012]
ISBN: 9780758289469
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Alternative Title: A catered Saint Patrick's Day

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Mar 13, 2015

I got this in one of the library bags of books called cozy mysteries. It was a good read. Interesting and engaging characters. I will try this author again.

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astrella
Jun 05, 2012

While the description here says "vat" of green beer, the book alternates between calling it a "barrel "and a "keg." No one can drown in a keg unintentionally. Also - bad editing! Overall, in addition to all this - it was hokey.

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