The charming Hillside Manor is the perfect B&B for a few days of R&R. Okay, so it also features the occasional corpse or two. But is a small body count really any reason for the state to yank Judith McMonigle Flynn's innkeeper's license? Exhausted from answering the nosy critics from the state B&B association, Judith needs a change of scenery. Volunteering to help out at the State B&B booth during Oktoberfest is just the opportunity she's looking for. But before the beer begins flowing, Judith finds a dead body.
Unfortunately, Judith's reputation has preceded her, and the local police chief wants her help. So Judith hits on a brilliant idea: Her cousin Renie will pose as the sleuth. Now, what could possibly go wrong?
©2012 Mary Daheim (P)2012 Dreamscape Audio, LLC
I rarely read a book twice, so probably not. But I am glad I read it. For those of us from the Pacific Northwest, "Little Bavaria" sounds a lot like Leavenworth, WA. What a hoot.
I enjoy these books as a light read .I read them inbetween mysteries that require all of my attention. Yes I would recomend this to some of my friends.
I liked everything
She puts emotion into the characters.
This was a book that didn't put pressure to listen in one sitting or break it into several sittings.
probably not, i don't particularly like the detectives in this story. I found this very hard to keep my mind on. I have been listening to books for years and this book could not hold my attention. i found the people and plot annoying. Sorry it just wasn't for me
finished this tweo days ago and don't even remeber the ending
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