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Bakewell Tart Bludgeoning
Bakewell Tart Bludgeoning | Steven J. Higgs
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"On a culinary tour of the British Isles, retired Detective Superintendent Albert Smith and snarky former police dog Rex Harrison find something quite unexpected waiting for them at their B&B... its the almost-dead body of their landlady. Refusing to believe in coincidence, Albert and Rex set out to discover why her accident is the second terrible event there in two days. Something is stirring in Bakewell and its not the ingredients for a famous tart. In trouble faster than a souffle can fall, the duo must work fast before anyone else has an accident. But the landladys twin sister is hiding a secret, Albert keeps calling it a tart when its a pudding, and their taxi driver, Asim, appears to use a language all of his own. With Rexs nose working overtime, you can be sure theyll track down the bad guys responsible. Unfortunately, that might be when the real trouble begins."--Amazon.com
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Lynnsoprano
Bakewell Tart Bludgeoning | Steven J. Higgs
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A light, easy, enjoyable mystery. Not great literature, in fact the writing felt a bit amateurish, but a well plotted story. A good dose of humor and some fun characters, it‘s a nice diversion. Not a Bakewell pudding, but Black Forest cake from this past summer‘s river cruise was as close as I could get.

Librarybelle That looks delicious! 4w
Lynnsoprano @Librarybelle Oh, it was 😄 4w
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Lynnsoprano
Bakewell Tart Bludgeoning | Steven J. Higgs
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I picked this up on a Kindle deal because we visited Bakewell a few years ago. It‘s an easy read so far, nothing earth shattering, but I love that the dog gets to add his voice to the story.