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Cookies and Clairvoyance: A Magical Bakery Mystery

Cookies and Clairvoyance: A Magical Bakery Mystery

Написано Bailey Cates

Озвучено Amy Rubinate


Cookies and Clairvoyance: A Magical Bakery Mystery

Написано Bailey Cates

Озвучено Amy Rubinate

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4.5/5 (12 оценки)
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7 hours
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Издано:
Nov 12, 2019
ISBN:
9781541474796
Формат:
Аудиокнига

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Baker Katie Lightfoot serves up enchanted delicacies and tracks down a malicious murderer in the newest installment of this New York Times bestselling series . . .

Hedgewitch Katie Lightfoot is juggling wedding preparations, a visit from her father, and home renovations on top of her long hours at the Honeybee Bakery, where she and her aunt Lucy imbue their yummy cookies and pastries with beneficial magic. But when firefighter Randy Post is accused of murdering a collector of rarities, and his prints are on the statue that was used to kill the man, Katie steps in.

Randy is not only Katie's fiancé's coworker, but also the boyfriend of fellow spellbook club member and witch Bianca Devereaux. Bianca and Declan are both sure Randy is innocent, and so is Katie. However, to prove it she'll have to work with ornery detective Peter Quinn again—and this time around he knows she's more than your everyday baker.

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Издано:
Nov 12, 2019
ISBN:
9781541474796
Формат:
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  • (4/5)
    Cookies and Clairvoyance is the eighth book in the Magical Bakery Mystery series and in this story, there were many wonderful occurrences taking place in the life of Katie Lightfoot. A few years ago, Katie had left everything in Ohio to start the Honeybee Bakery with her aunt and uncle in Savannah. Since arriving, she had helped grow the bakery business, discovered her witchy powers, became part of a coven that connected her in ways she never anticipated, fallen madly in love with the most wonderful man, and was extremely ready to take the next steps with her fiancé, Declan McCarthy.With the countdown to marital bliss and a home renovation on the forefront of her mind, the last thing Katie wanted to see was the one thing that always seems to precede a death, a dragonfly. Despite her deepest desires that her sighting of a dragonfly would be nothing more than a mere coincidence, Katie would soon find herself disappointed as she was called in to consult on a murder of one of the bakery’s patrons. Katie’s involvement was due to the crime scene containing a large number of magical and spiritual paraphernalia. Since she had been outed as a witch to detective Peter Quinn, she was the one person he knew he could rely on for straight answers of the paranormal variety.Except that in this investigation, Katie found that her level of occult knowledge was not going to be enough to give the quick answers that Detective Quinn was looking for. What had occurred in the home of Kensington Bosworth was complex and not what it seemed. From the start, Katie was disinclined to involve herself with this case but she quickly realized that the wrong guy was being targeted and that there was something magically sinister taking place. With the pressure on from all fronts, Katie would soon find that this mystery was going to take dark turns and that she would have major obstacles to overcome before the killer could be unmasked.Cookies and Clairvoyance was an entertaining read with plenty of twists and turns around each corner. Katie was being pulled in many different directions in this story and that was a bit distracting because nothing she participated in, magic, wedding planning, time with her coven, was delved into too deeply because there was no time for more than light touches on each subject. I would have preferred a narrower focus but it did keep the story moving at a fast pace and that will appeal to many readers. The murder itself was very interesting and took turns that I was not expecting which is exactly what I love in a murder mystery. Overall, Cookies and Clairvoyance was a nice blend of cozy mystery, foodie fiction, and fantasy!This review is based on a complimentary book I received from Berkley Prime Crime. It is an honest and voluntary review. The complimentary receipt of it in no way affected my review or rating.
  • (5/5)
    This book let my imagination burn wild. And I can’t wait to read the next book as the cliffhanger was killer.