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Butter Safe Than Sorry: A Pennsylvania Dutch Mystery Paperback – February 2, 2010
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No plot to speak of, the intended "comic ramblings" do appear more to be more a product of a very sick mind.
Very disappointing - I liked Magdalena in the earlier books - too bad that lack of literary prowess of her creator caused the heroin to loose any credibility at all. Magdalena is not credible in any aspect - as a mother, a wife, a detective.
Even the recipes are downloaded from a website.
The only positive aspect is that it would appear to be the end of this series: started out good - shame that it ends on such a low note.
I will not make the mistake of buying another of these books.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
You cannot find a better author to read!!! Always a book that has likeable characters and a zany plot. Write faster.Published 14 months ago by Cathy D Liang
A GREAT series & I recommend all of these books by T. Myers.Published 18 months ago by Joy R. VonBlon
Intermixed with the murder mystery are chapters with actual recipes - like pancakes in this mystery. The author sure knows how to present characters who are 'characters. Read morePublished on May 19, 2014 by Ruth
Remembered why I had not read one of this series in a while. Fractured story line and improbable characters. Read morePublished on May 4, 2014 by Princess June
what a sleuth and between her sister and chief of police and her quest it is a wonder she finds anytime to solve crimePublished on March 8, 2014 by deborah derr
when a story has a woman as colorful as magdelena you know that you will completely enjoy the story. thak you for her.Published on October 3, 2013 by Kathleen Ann Antilli
This is yet another funny tale about the Pennsylvania Dutch country. Magdalena detects by visiting her neighbors and relatives to question them about their questionable... Read morePublished on September 10, 2013 by Nannie Sue Hubbard
Tamar Myers has done it again with her latest Penn Dutch hilarious mystery. I love her characters and plot twists. Can hardly wait for her next one!Published on March 6, 2013 by Patricia Foust