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2016 Left Award finalist, Best Humorous Mystery

To Laurel McKay, there is nothing better than spending an autumn afternoon munching on caramel apples and cinnamon donuts. It's a good thing her daughter Jenna has landed a seasonal job at Apple Tree Farm and Bakery. Then Laurel stumbles over the bakery owner coated in powdered sugar. Axel Thorson was a well-respected member of the community. Who wanted to sweeten him up?

When the police arrest the heartthrob grandson of the bakery manager, Jenna decides to help him by solving the case herself, a move that lands her in jail. With Laurel's detective honey in another state, and her octogenarian grandmother threatening to chase down the culprit, what's a soccer mom with a sweet tooth to do but go undercover. Detecting among donuts should be a piece of cake, but not if Laurel discovers first-hand that sugar can kill you.

©2015 Cindy Sample (P)2018 Cindy Sample

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Love this series. Love the way the characters seem like people you know. This author does not disappoint, and the narrator entertains as well. If you love a good mystery with fully fleshed-out characters with all the clues available to let you figure out whodunnit, this is your book!

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  • Susi Moffat
  • 09-14-18

Dying for a Donut

This audiobook is an interesting story but I feel it was let down by the narration- the ‘male’ voice is laughable, and the upward inflection added to sentences and the whiny voice of the main character and particularly her daughter, spoiled it for me.