She's been held at gunpoint, stuck in a burning dumpster, chased out of a grocery store, caught impersonating a police officer and almost run over by a wayward vehicle. How is that for a first day on the job as an amateur sleuth? Along with her friend Annie Mae, Cat investigates the brick-paved, oak-lined streets of Savannah to find their friend's murderer. To say the very least, it is not smooth sailing for these self appointed detectives. Will they catch the killer before the killer gets them? Or will their first case be their last? Find out in the first volume of the Chubby Chicks Club mystery series, Dying for Dinner Rolls which combines mystery, suspense, humor, and southern charm.
©2013 Lois Marie Lavrisa (P)2014 Lois Marie Lavrisa
Enjoyable little cozy read through Whispersync/Immersion reading. The narrator does a great job of voicing all the different characters.
The book is populated by zany, quirky characters with the main ones being members of the Chubby Chicks Club. One of their members die and two members, Cat and Anna Mae, work together to prove it wasn't a suicide and to solve the murder. The Quirky and appealing nature of these characters makes it possible to overlook the few implausible parts of the story while some of the situations they find themselves in are truly funny.
This is a great start to a new series, and the humor and different characters make it a keeper.
Trapped in a burning dumpster. Oh my.
Great characterizations, spot-on accents. Sandy Rustin makes it perfect.
True Savannah, true friends, and a mystery only the tenacious Southern sleuths can solve.
Author stereotypes everyone and it really gets on my nerves but if you get past that. Its an enjoyable book. It took me a few times to start it but once I did and really listened to what was going on I really liked it.
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