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Stake and Eggs (Cackleberry Club Series #4)

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

this tale is one about three middle-aged woman and the shop they

this tale is one about three middle-aged woman and the shop they run together while solving murder and mayhem. the cackleberry restaurant is their domain. a local banker is beheaded with a wire hidden in the snow while riding a snowmobile, outside the rear door of ...
this tale is one about three middle-aged woman and the shop they run together while solving murder and mayhem. the cackleberry restaurant is their domain. a local banker is beheaded with a wire hidden in the snow while riding a snowmobile, outside the rear door of the cackleberry club. the ladies are stunned, but feel the need to solve the mystery of the murder, even though no one really liked the man. miss laura has the ability to paint a picture of a town we would all like to live in even though murders take place there. a difficult story to lay aside.

posted by judiOH on November 14, 2012

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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What sample???

posted by Anonymous on May 1, 2013

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  • Posted February 15, 2013

    Unrealistic

    While I enjoy Laura Childs writing, her stories all have the downfall of being unrealistic when it comes to running a business.

    As a small business owner, I know the struggle and hard work and in all of her series, her heroines are highly successful, even though they often abandon their businesses to dash off and solve mysteries. I think she paints a picture of success that is misguided.

    Feels like a "one off" of the Nancy Drew series we all loved as young girls, where everything is rosy and there are no hardships. Problem is, we are grown ups now and need a dose of realism in our reading.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 25, 2013

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    I thought the book was ok. The writing was well done and the story line was good along with well developed characters. But as with so many of
    Laura Childs mysteries the killer was obvious and so were some of the high points. Stll a pleasant and easy read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 1, 2012

    An okay read

    This book was kind of uneven and not one of Childs' best. It lacked the finesse of her earlier teashop mysteries, for example. Good plot, but I wouldn't say that you should rush out and buy it.

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