Dying for Danish
Book 2, Lexy Baker Bakery Cozy Mysteries
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Murder can be bad for business….
When Lexy Baker lands a high paying catering job that allows her to buy some much needed kitchen equipment, she's excited that things are going so well … until she stumbles over the body of the bride-to-be.
Suddenly Lexy finds herself in a race against time to find the killer. Aided by four iPad toting amateur detective grandma's, her best friend and her little dog Sprinkles, Lexy finds the suspect list growing at every turn.
To make matters worse, the investigation is headed up by her hunky neighbor Detective Jack Perillo who she had been hot and heavy with - until he mysteriously stopped calling her several weeks earlier.
Add a handsome, rich bachelor who is also a suspect and seems to have designs on Lexy to the mix, and Lexy soon finds that things are not what they seem.
Will Lexy be able to catch the killer in time, or will she end up Dying for Danish?
>>Includes two recipes - one for homemade Danish from scratch and one for an easier version!
This is book 2 in the Lexy Baker Cozy Mystery Series, but you don't have to read them in order if you don't want to!
Good book but
It a really good book just like killer cupcakes but one thing that annoyed me is that the people at the nursing home where being full of them selves by thinking they are really cool because they can solve cases and that Lexy and agent perillo are dating but he is not in this book a lot in the first half and I think I they. Should not have well Lexy should not have gotten mad at him for not calling her she could of just asked him
Dying for Danish
Simple, enjoyable read - good for a quick break from the busyness of life. Expected and unoriginal ending, but amusing nonetheless.
DO NOT make the Danish!
Story so-so, average number of errors for a self published work.
However, do NOT attempt to use her Danish recipe! It specifies 2 packets of dry yeast or 5 tablespoons. There is 2 1/4 teaspoons of yeast in a packet, so the correct amount should be 4 1/2 teaspoons, not 5 tablespoons! If you use the five it would be inedible and probably take over your kitchen!