Untitled Piece of Cake Mystery #4

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Berkley Publishing Group, Sep 3, 2013 - Fiction - 304 pages
15 Reviews
Can a pastry chef be too sweet?

Rita Lucero, owner of New Orleans cake shop Zydeco Cakes, can't seem to stop saying ?yes. Even though things at the bakery are busy, Rita finds herself accepting a seat on the local small business alliance?a group full of colorful characters like Chopper Shop owner Moose Hazen and his wife, Destiny, whose personal life is messier than a cake someone left out in the rain.

On the street following a heated alliance meeting, Moose pulls Rita out of the path of a speeding van. Shaken and bruised, Rita notices the next day that her prescribed pain killers are missing. When she discovers Destiny's body in the couple's shop, the stolen pill bottle in her lifeless hand only adds another layer to her mysterious death. But getting the frosty NOPD detective to stop focusing on Rita and look for Destiny's real killer will be anything but a cakewalk?


INCLUDES DELICIOUS RECIPES!

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The ending was wonderful and totally unexpected. - Goodreads
... loved the surprise ending. - Goodreads
It also has some recipes at the back of the book. - Goodreads

Review: The Cakes of Wrath (A Piece of Cake Mystery #4)

User Review  - Fanficfan44 - Goodreads

This is the 4th book in the A Piece of Cake Mystery series. Rita has inherited her husband's cake business in New Orleans and is running it along with her mother-in-law, who has her own ideas about ... Read full review

Review: The Cakes of Wrath (A Piece of Cake Mystery #4)

User Review  - Kelly - Goodreads

I am a huge fan of Jacklyn Brady, but I didn't find this book that exciting. Looking forward to the next book. Read full review

About the author (2013)

Jacklyn Brady is the author of the previous New Orleans-set Piece of Cake Mysteries, A Sheetcake Named Desire, Cake on a Hot Tin Roof, and Arsenic and Old Cake.

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