The Gingerbread Bump-off

The Gingerbread Bump-off

A Fresh-baked Mystery

Large Print - 2012
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When her friend Georgia Hallerbee asks Phyllis to have her house featured in the annual Christmas Jingle Bell Tour of Homes, Phyllis is equally flattered and flustered. She already has a bridal shower on Christmas Eve and a wedding on New Year's Eve to prepare for, and she's been baking gingerbread cookies as if they're going out of style. But like her tasty treats, she rises to the occasion. Before the tour can even get under way, Phyllis hears a crash on her front porch and makes a gruesome discovery. Someone has broken a decorative gingerbread man over Georgia's head. Santa's naughty list just got longer-- and with the police baffled, it's up to Phyllis to catch a half-baked killer.
Publisher: Detroit ; Waterville, Me. : Wheeler Pub., 2012, c2011
ISBN: 9781410443922
1410443922
Branch Call Number: FIC MYS
Characteristics: 411 p. (large print) ; 22 cm

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The latest instalment in the "Fresh Baked Mystery" series finds Phyllis Newsome busily preparing to cater a Christmas Eve bridal shower and a New Year’s Eve wedding, as well as readying her own house for the annual Jingle Bell Tour of Homes. But things go terribly wrong when Phyllis fin... Read More »


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ggrandel
Oct 08, 2014

As an avid cozy mystery fan, I have to say that this authors fresh baked mystery series meets the requirements for a good, cozy,read.

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Preeceville56
Sep 16, 2014

I enjoy this series main reason the characters are older and are good friends who are there for each other.

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Giggle9450
Apr 06, 2014

I enjoy this author's book "tour" mystery series & saw this book at the library & grabbed it. I haven't read the other books in this series, so I can't really give it much of a comparison. But, I thought the novel was great- the mystery aspect I didn't figure out until right before the author/main character told me who did it. That's really rare. And, the book is just well written and not aimed at an 8th grade reading level. It's easy to read, but not full of tiny short sentences. I also enjoyed the main character being older, I read so many books with the main character being in their twenties or thirties. Fun read, probably best to read in the fall or near Christmas as it has a Christmas setting.

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