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Review #1

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This Cupcake Bakery mystery had me reading all day. Ms. McKinlay’s last entry in the series was hysterical. Death By The Dozen tends towards more serious. Oh, Angie and Mel are still funny, and two new characters, Oz, a hulking high school kid who has been ordered to work at the shop by his school, and Captain Jack, an adorable kitten are welcome. The murder of Mel’s mentor, Vic, a larger than life chef and TV star of the cooking world, sends the heroine down a murky and dangerous path. The writing is solid. While cozy, this is also a suspenseful novel. Highly recommended!

Review #2

Death by the Dozen audiobook Series Cupcake Bakery Mystery

This series is one I am so comfortable with that I know the next in the series will be equally as good. Yummy cupcake/dessert recipes are a bonus to an delectable murder mystery crime.

In “Death by the Dozen,” we move to the streets of Old Town Scottsdale, where Melanie Cooper and Angie DeLaura, enter a yearly competition for the Scottsdale Food Festival. It is one of those competitions by where a ‘mystery ingredient’ is introduced daily as the competitors dwindle down until there is the ‘Best of…’

Melanie is thrilled when she learns her mentor, Vic and his wife, Grace will be judging. Then she learns that several of her fellow former culinary school classmates will also attend. The Ladies’ financial partner/investor, Tate, and Melanie’s boyfriend, Joe try to help by training them for three weeks by trying to test the girls with everything from parsnips on.

Ms. McKinlay gives us glimpses and for me, memories of Old Scottsdale by mentioning sites, streets, and activities that are found there in reality. It adds realism to her books.

There is a crime and Melanie is devastated. Angie supports her and they find the culprit, but, not without pain and sorrow.

Review #3

Audiobook Death by the Dozen by Jenn McKinlay

This is book 3 in the series. I plan to read them all because the stories are easy to read, keep my interest and the characters are people I wouldn’t mind having as friends or family. The fact that the books are affordable is also a plus. The story combines cozy mystery, romance and humor…and all parts are done well. There is no cursing and no intimate sexual details. I happen to like that. There is also a little bit of romantic ‘soap opera’ that makes you want to read the next book to see what happens next. I also liked reading about Scottsdale, Az. It sounds like a great town and a place I would like to visit. I didn’t think this book was quite as good as book 2, but is still one I would recommend. The Kindle edition did have a few formatting issues, but did not detract from the story. I look forward to reading book 4 in the series.
If you like cozy mysteries, give this series a try. I think you will enjoy it.

Review #4

Audio Death by the Dozen narrated by Susan Boyce

Death by The Dozen continues the story of the owners of Fairy Tale Cupcakes, Melanie, Angie, and Tate. Melanie is the main character and sleuth. She is dating Angie’s brother Joe. Angie is her cupcake baking partner who dates a famous rock star, while Tate provides the financial backing (and is secretly in love with Angie). In this entry in the series, Melanie and Angie enter a contest at the local food festival. They are competing with other chefs from the area including their arch rival, Olivia. Each day of the competition, a mystery ingredient is revealed and they must make something delicious from it. The ingredients are odd, but things go well for the duo. That is, until one of the judges is murdered and someone tries to poison Mel and Angie. Of course Mel begins to investigate, with a little help from Uncle Stan.
This is another stellar entry into the series. A couple new characters are introduced and some tension arises within relationships. The recipes are little more ‘out there’ because of the odd ingredients, but would be fun to try. McKinlay has kept my interest and I look forward to the next Cupcake Bakery Mystery.

Review #5

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This is the third book in the Cupcake Bakery mystery series and has bakers Melanie and Angie entering a cooking competition with a secret ingredient in each round. They have been practicing by having Tate give them an ingredient to work with, the weirder, the better. The two are competing against their arch-rival, Olivia. Mel is surprised to find out that two of the judges are former teachers from her culinary school, now Food Network stars, one of whom was a mentor to her. When one of the judges ends up dead, Mel is determined to help find out who did this, and in doing so, puts their own lives in danger. Adding to the story line is a new apprentice from a local high school, Oz, who looks scary, but has great cooking chops, and the ongoing relationship issues between Angie and Tate, along with a competition host that could be a dead ringer for Guy Fieri. The characters are really developing nicely, and as usual the book includes recipes discussed during the book.

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