When coffee shop manager and amateur sleuth Sabrina Daley discovers that murder is on the menu at her favorite restaurant, she sets out to bring the guilty party to justice. As Sabrina begins investigating, she quickly realizes that catching the killer will not be as easy as pie. Between a jaded spouse, an affair gone wrong, a spoiled daughter, a bitter employee, and a fired busboy, there's no shortage of suspects or motives to go around. But was the first murder just an appetizer? Has the killer planned an even deadlier main course? Pick up your copy of Apple Pie With a Side of Murder right now to find out.
This was a moderately ok murder mystery that I did not find very creative, although it was kind of interesting. The performance of the narrator was outstanding.
Sabrina Daley is at it again. When she and her boyfriend witness an argument of a local restaurant owner the night before her murder. And yet again all the strange little happenings in town have a side investigation going. It was fun and kind of innocent the big reveal on the light mystery from the big mansion. I'm excited for the other small mysteries to be revealed. This is a fun and light series. Nice job on the narration.
Here we get resolution about the mystery of the lights in Watersport's place, but the one about the secret society? That one only thickens. And there aren't new leads on Sabrina's sister, which is a shame :(
Sabrina and her police boyfriend investigate yet another murder in the once peaceful town, and I'm wondering: is that secret society somehow related to this escalate on violence? I guess we'll have to wait until the next book (at least!) to know.
A quick, light read that will please those who love clean cosy mysteries.