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“Baked Alaska” – Do You Ever Want To Go On A Cruise?

Book Review : Baked Alaska by Josi S. Kilpack Spoiler Alert! An Alaskan cruise is the setting for amateur detective Sadie Hoffmiller’s latest adventure. Sadie plans to spend time relaxing with her two grown children, Breanna and Shawn, and her … Continue reading

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“Tres Leches Cupcakes” – Do the Recipes Really Work?

Book Review : Tres Leches Cupcakes by Josi S. Kilpack Spoiler Alert! Sadie Hoffman is still hiding from a psychopath who has threatened her life. While staying in Santa Fe, New Mexico with Pete Cunningham’s cousin, Caro and Rex, Sadie … Continue reading

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“Banana Split” – A Culinary Mystery, You Might Like the Recipies If You Don’t Like the Murder

Book Review : Banana Split by Josi S. Kilpack Spoiler Alert! Sadie Hoffman has traveled to Kaua’i hoping to get her panic attacks under control. Sadie’s hoped for peace is pushed aside when she discovers a body. Trying not to … Continue reading

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“Blackberry Crumble” – How Can a Murder Mystery Novel be Light?

Book Review : Blackberry Crumble by Josi S, Kilpack Sadie Hoffmiller has been pegged as a “magnet for murder” as written by the self-serving Jane Seeley in an article for the Denver Post. Not able to stand the furitive looks … Continue reading

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