Wedding Cake Killer

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Obsidian, 2012 - Fiction - 310 pages
19 Reviews
Wedding bells will be ringing in Weatherford, Texas, this Christmas when Phyllis Newsom opens up her home for her best friend's wedding. And although the bride is wearing white, no one suspects that she'll soon be wearing black...

After all the planning--and the cake tasting--the big day has arrived. Eve Turner, one of Phyllis's boarders--and her best friend--is moving out and getting married to the affable Roy Porter. While she's sad to see Eve go, Phyllis is more than happy to host the event in her house and to bake the bride and groom a delicious three-tiered coconut wedding cake. Even though a snowstorm in the forecast seems like a recipe for disaster, the day runs as smoothly as butter cream.

But the marriage doesn't last long past the honeymoon. When Roy's found dead at a Weatherford bed-and-breakfast, Eve's the top suspect. Now Phyllis must find out who iced Roy before her friend finds herself behind bars...  


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Review: Wedding Cake Killer (Fresh-Baked Mystery #7)

User Review  - Sandra - Goodreads

A decent enough mystery. I kind of suspected the killer early on but there were enough red herrings along the way to keep my interest. Read full review

Review: Wedding Cake Killer (Fresh-Baked Mystery #7)

User Review  - Dharia Scarab - Goodreads

Since I don't normally write reviews unless I have something specific to say, here's the break down of how I rate my books... 1 star... This book was bad, so bad I may have given up and skipped to the ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Livia J. Washburn has been a professional writer for more than twenty years. She received the Private Eye Writers of America Award and the American Mystery Award for her first mystery, "Wild Night," written under the name L. J. Washburn, and she was nominated for a Spur Award by the Western Writers of America for a novel written with her husband, James Reasoner. Her short story "Panhandle Freight" was nominated for a Peacemaker Award by the Western Fictioneers. She lives with her husband in a small Texas town, where she is constantly experimenting with new recipes. Her two grown daughters are both teachers in her hometown, and she is very proud of them.

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