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Till Dirt Do Us Part (Pecan Bayou) (Volume 7) Paperback – April 24, 2017
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This book is why I read cozies. It is full of great character driven story. It is not so hung up on the mystery that it forgets to be about the people. Betsy is an everyday mom with everyday problems who just happens to find a dead body in her garden. Okay, she handles it way better than I would have, but then she handles most things better than I would have. I am not sure I could have resisted the urge to bite madam day care, with her unimpeachable witness or nor could I resist doing a happy dance in the face of Miss perfect tomato plants, but those are my flaws and Betsy’s strengths. The way she handles the emerging details of this unfolding mystery with humor and aplomb says a lot about her, and the people she surrounds herself with are a joy to read, even the nasties have something to offer and it wouldn’t be any fun without them. Pecan Bayou is one of those places you enjoy visiting again and again.
The recipes and helpful hints at the end are a delightful addition to the book and I know I won’t be alone at stifling a snicker at finding that mouthwatering breakfast burrito recipe.