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The Crêpes of Wrath: A Pancake House Mystery Kindle Edition
|Length: 246 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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The characters were well developed and likable. The setting well described without being overly written. By the end I was hungry for crepes!!
I really enjoyed this first book in the series and look forward to many more.
Staying at her cousin's lovely beachside home, Marley is enjoying her working vacation. One day coming back to the house, Marley sees someone lurking about her cousin's workshop. The man, Daryl introduces himself, but it feels...off? Soon Marley finds out she had better phone the Sheriff and does and off the reader goes into several mysteries.
Burglaries, vandalizing, and murders keep Marley and this never complaining Sheriff busy. The foods keep you hungry and luckily at the ending, we have some recipes.
At the ending was a heck of a chase scene and it was very effective in the storyline.
When does the next volume come out? Soon, I hope.
Okay, moving on. We don’t get much time to know Jimmy at all, but I kind of wish we had (which I guess is kind of the point, so good job there). Ivan, the possibly-scary chef, is wonderful and I’m just so amused by him and then Tommy. I think Ray should answer his dang phone more often, but then again, I’m also not a sheriff. I was initially cautious of Brett, because he seemed so…intimidating?… at first and I wasn’t quite sure what to make of him. That changed pretty quickly, mind you, and I also really like Chloe. I feel like Marley needs more girlfriends. Speaking of, it also took me a while to figure out about how old Marley is. I’m guessing around 32, but I’m still not actually sure if that’s right.
Also, this was only available as a kindle book. I don’t actually own a Kindle; I just use the app on my phone. I’m not a huge e-reader person, but it wasn’t actually bad reading it from my iPhone. I’d definitely do it again and I don’t think that hindered the book’s experience any.
Final comments: Will I read the next book? Yes (especially because I already have…).
Would I recommend the book? Probably, if someone likes these cozy mysteries.
Would I read other things by this author? Sure, if it’s something that looks interesting.