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Peach Cobbler Poison

Drunken Pie Cafe Cozy Mystery Series, Book 1
Written by: Diana DuMont
Narrated by: Elise Arsenault
Length: 6 hrs and 17 mins

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Publisher's Summary

Murder. Mayhem. Pie.  

Welcome to Sunshine Springs, the idyllic wine country town where Isabelle "Izzy" James has moved to follow her dream of opening a pie shop that serves boozy pies. Everything is going according to plan, until a customer drops dead from poison right in front of her cafe.  

That's not so good for business. 

Izzy suddenly finds herself accused of murder, and she's in a race against time to find the true criminal. Luckily, she has her faithful dog Sprinkles at her side to help her sniff out clues. But the more clues Izzy discovers, the more she realizes that the secrets in this town go deeper than she ever thought possible.   

Can this amateur sleuth find the murderer before she loses the pie shop she's worked so hard to open?

©2019 Diana DuMont (P)2019 Tantor

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  • Mindy
  • 2020-02-12

Fun and predictable

This is an easy-going story. It has a cute setting but a very predictable storyline and isn’t necessarily what I would call a page turner as far as mysteries go. As a dog lover and one who loves to bake, I find the lead character and setting relatable and enjoyable. The book was incredibly clean, which allowed me to have it on while my kids were in the room. All of that being said, I like a little more character development and depth to my mysteries. And that is why I only gave it three stars.

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  • Kayla
  • 2019-12-29

Enjoying New Series!

Took a little not to get started, but it really became enjoyable and very inventive.