The Clue is in the Pudding

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Penguin, Nov 6, 2012 - Fiction - 304 pages
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The kitchen staff of the Pennyfoot Hotel is toiling away to prepare their guests the finest Christmas meal. And the plum pudding may very well be to die for…
When the Pennyfoot’s housekeeper is suddenly called away, Cecily Sinclair Baxter needs a quick replacement. On short notice, the agency sends Beatrice Tucker, who proves more of a curse than a Christmas miracle. She even fights with the Pennyfoot’s latest VIP guest, the famous actor Archibald Armitage.
When Armitage drops dead after Beatrice serves him some plum pudding, everyone assumes the huffy housekeeper is the culprit. But as Cecily investigates, the list of suspects grows, and solving this case may not be as easy as pie…or pudding.

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User Review  - drebbles - LibraryThing

The past few Christmases at the Pennyfoot Country Club have been anything but quiet but Cecily Sinclair Baxter is hoping that this year will be different especially since her housekeeper, Mrs. Chubb ... Read full review

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User Review  - yoder - LibraryThing

The Clue In The Pudding is the 8th book in the Holiday Pennyfoot Hotel series. I look forward to the fall/winter for another enjoyable story about the hotel, not the snow and cold. The Pennyfoot Hotel ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Kate Kingsbury is the pseudonym of bestselling author Doreen Roberts Hight. Along with the Pennyfoot Hotel Mysteries, she has written the Bellhaven House Mystery series as Rebecca Kent, the Raven's Nest Bookstore Mystery series as Allison Kingsly, and many romance novels as Doreen Roberts. Born in London, England, she lives in the United States.

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