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Pecan Pies and Homicides Audiobook

Pecan Pies and Homicides: Charmed Pie Shoppe Mystery, Book 3

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Owning the Charmed Pie Shoppe and serving enchanted treats in the magical town of Havenwood, Georgia, seemed like a little slice of heaven for Ella Mae LeFaye. But now her hopes for both a lasting romance with Hugh Dylan and business success are starting to seem like pie in the sky, and Ella's left wondering: Where has the magic gone?

When an enchanted grove is set ablaze, Ella realizes that she has more grave problems. With her magic waning, she's going to have to sleuth from scratch to stop an arsonist who has no respect for sacred ground - or human life.

©2014 Ellery Adams (P)2016 Tantor

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    Christina 07-28-16
    Christina 07-28-16

    A lover of cozy mysteries, contemporary romance and getting lost in the world of audiobooks

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    I'm sorry but how many mythical "enchanted" people live in this one small town? Absolutely everyone is part of one competing group or another. This series has the opportunity to be not so terrible, but by book 3 there are no non-magical humans left, which would make it interesting to see how the two (enchanted and non enchanted) would work together. Instead, everyone who seems normal turns out to either be a witch or an "elemental" or a shadow child or any number of other fantasy characters. Every time another towns folk turns out to be some new different random mythical creature I find myself going, "oh of COURSE they are.." It's not even enjoyable, it's like the author at this point is making stuff up. The actual mystery is overshadowed by all this nonsense. Don't waste your credit unless you like the cheesy fantasy genre

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