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Gluten-Free Murder

Gluten Free Murder Erin Price moves to Eagle Falls a place where everyone knows everyone as well as everyone else s business taking over the store left to her by her aunt to start up a gluten free bakery The grand open

  • Title: Gluten-Free Murder
  • Author: P.D. Workman
  • ISBN: 9781988390789
  • Page: 212
  • Format: Paperback
  • Erin Price moves to Eagle Falls a place where everyone knows everyone as well as everyone else s business, taking over the store left to her by her aunt to start up a gluten free bakery The grand opening is marred by just one thing, the death of her business rival, Angela Plaint It appears that Angela was poisoned by one of Erin s cupcakes, making her a prime suspect EqErin Price moves to Eagle Falls a place where everyone knows everyone as well as everyone else s business, taking over the store left to her by her aunt to start up a gluten free bakery The grand opening is marred by just one thing, the death of her business rival, Angela Plaint It appears that Angela was poisoned by one of Erin s cupcakes, making her a prime suspect Equipped with cupcakes, her desire for the truth, and new bakery assistant Vicky s help, Erin goes head to head against Detective Terry Piper to solve the murder Rumors of treasure hunting, drug dealing, and a missing boy swirl around Eagle Falls as Erin tries to sort the clues from the red herrings and find the killer before the killer can take care of her.

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    About "P.D. Workman"

    1. P.D. Workman

      Award winning novelist P.D Workman writes riveting young adult suspense fiction about mental illness, addiction, and abuse For as long as P.D Workman can remember, the blank page has held an incredible allure After a number of false starts, she finally wrote her first complete novel at the age of twelve It was full of fantastic ideas It was the spring board for many stories over the next few years P.D Workman is a devout wife and a mother of one, born and raised in Alberta, Canada She is a homeschooler and an Executive Assistant She has a passion for art and nature, creative cooking for special diets, and running She love to read, to listen to audio books, and to share books out loud with her family She is a technology geek with a love for all kinds of gadgets and tools to make her writing and work easier and fun In person, she is far less well spoken than on the written page and tends to be shy and reserved with all but those closest to her.

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    1. In Gluten Free Murder by PD Workman, Erin Price moves to the quaint little town of Bald Eagle Falls to open a Gluten Free Bakery after her Aunt Clementine passes away and leaves her home and tea shop to Erin, her only surviving relative But chaos soon prevails when Erin finds out that the residents of Bald Eagle Falls don t think kindly of newcomers trying to edge out their local bakery owner, Angela Plaint And it seems like someone has been trying to put the spook into Erin by making it seem li [...]


    2. My first read from author P.D Workman, although I own several of her books I d never gotten around to reading one and after I d acquired Auntie Clem s Bakery 3 I wanted to read the first two books in the series before reading it, I really don t like to read books out of sequence Gluten Free Murder is extremely well written, the characters well developed I m a character reader, I get into the characters Who and what they are Why they do the things they do The things that make a reader get investe [...]


    3. This book, and series, is an unexpected gem I have read many cozies and get bored easily with those which are obviously formulaic and stereotypical This one has a baker, an attractive police officer, a cat, and a dog, so I was expecting it to be pretty uninspiring I am so glad that I was wrong The characters have depth fascinating histories, the plot is intricate and interesting, and while the book has a clear resolution, it still left me wanting Definitely recommend it might even broaden your [...]


    4. Gluten free murder Erin was excited to be starting over and even happier to be out of the car After checking out the store her aunt left her she found her aunts home and settled in Starting over was not so easy there was a murder and she found a intruder in her bakery Vic had been living there for a while Erin felt like she was making friends but who could she trust a gluten free bakery is wonderful I was wishing I had her recipes as I eat gluten free because of Celiac can t wait to read the nex [...]


    5. Read Gluten Free Murder by P.D Workman to my daughter as we were driving I enjoyed the story as it is the kind of story you can read and not get overly distracted Kind of a cozy Mystery The characters were great and it did have a few plot twists and had some amusing moments We spent quite a bit fun trying to figure out who done it Was a great read and I would recommend it to anyone who like a nice light read Cheers Lynn


    6. Didn t actually read the book myself but it was read to me as I drove on a road trip.Was a fun, kinda cheesey story with an added bit of mystery and murder I liked the characters and the development of the story but there was a couple times I couldn t help but think of course now thatis going to happen But near the end I did find myself anticipating who commited the murder, which shows a good story.Would recommend as a quick, light and easy read.


    7. I really enjoyed the story Interesting plots and characters I usually don t read cozy mysteries bug this was excellent It would make a great Hallmark movie Looking for to the next in the series Recommended


    8. Auntie Clem s Bakery Story about a woman named Erin, who aunt died and left her a store and house When she moved back to the little town not everyone was happy she was opening a bakery A good story


    9. Erins bakeryVery enjoyable It is a new beginning when Erin s aunt leaves her a shop and a house She opens a bakery, rescues a homeless teenager and a kitten and trys to solve a murder all at the same time.


    10. This was a good book and I enjoyed reading it Looking forward to the next one Only issue was the editing and how poor it was I hope the next book is edited better.


    11. Fun read Some typos early in the book but what a nice read for a dreary afternoon Also, thanks for the freebies



    12. Great readI am sooo glad I found P D Workman s book a great story with great characters that you can t help but love now I m going to get the next one


    13. Twist at end Never saw the killer or figured out who it was Great characters Can t wait to read the rest of the series


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