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This was a good mystery, with enough twists and turns to keep my interest.
The murder is sufficiently quirky and the number of suspects enough to make it difficult to determine the identity of the murderer until near the end of the story.
A Deadly Grind by Victoria Hamilton Anyone who knows me knows I love mysteries and I love antique/vintage items.
Yahoo, I finally finished this book! I almost gave up several times, but I persevered. So many times I thought this woman is clueless and deserves anything bad that happens. Read morePublished 1 month ago by WT
Not only was the story well written, but the vintage kitchen references prompted me to actually do some research! I like a book that encourages learning something!Published 2 months ago by Pam
This book offers up an unlikely heroine in cozy mysteries. A self sufficient, imperfect, and truly gutsy woman. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Victoria Maggio
It's odd why you choose one book over another. I saw the paperback edition at my niece's house and liked the cover. Read morePublished 3 months ago by S. L. Marine
Thanks to a Facebook page, I'm discovering many new writers of what are known as "cozy mysteries. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Teresa Kander
Easy read and kept me guessing....it did get a little wordy towards the end. I do like the cast of characters in the series and would love to visit Queensville and Heartbreak... Read morePublished 4 months ago by PorterCat
I liked the idea of a vintage cooking mystery. I bought the novel because I own a Hoosier cabinet. I was hoping to love it, but I did like it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by greatdane67
I'd read the second in this series first and decided to try this. A Deadly Grind is much better than "Freezer I'll Shoot" and I thought that one was good. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Beach Mom