Bake Sale Murder
Life hasn't been the same for Lucy Stone since local developer Fred Stanton and his constantly complaining wife, Mimi, built five homes next door to her farmhouse. When Mimi doesn't show up for her shift at The Hat and Mitten Fund bake sale, Lucy makes a shocking discovery: Mimi, face down on her kitchen floor--dead. While the police investigate, Lucy gets busy following her own leads, though some people clearly don't appreciate her snooping. But when a rock with a threatening note attached comes crashing through her window, Lucy's more determined than ever to uncover the truth...even if it means breaking a few eggs along the way.
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asked Phyllis, by way of greeting. A stack of the latest edition of the Pen- nysaver
stood on the counter in front of her desk, practically hot off the press. Lucy picked
one up and flipped through, making sure her byline was in all the right places.
"Open it," demanded Phyllis. "Maybe there's more about Naked Twister." "Not
Twister," said Lucy, scanning the letter. "Something called 'Butts Up.' The coach
makes the freshmen all line up holding their ankles and the upper classmen pelt
Phyllis was applying polish topcoat with all the care of Michelangelo painting the
ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. "Nobody goes to funerals for fun," said Lucy, coming
to a decision. "I'm going to call Fred's lawyer and see if Fred's ready for a visitor ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Jiraiya - LibraryThing
Although I'm rating this book 2/5, I can't understand the low ratings, even if I'm contributing to its low average. I'm used to my harsh rating system, which is ironic, as I'm easily pleased during ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Sable677 - LibraryThing
Bake Sale Murder was the first full length book that I have read by Meier having only read a novella before, and I found that I really enjoyed it. Despite being further along in the series, I found ... Read full review