When Thom’s manager ends up dead on stage, Sadie jumps in to offer her guidance and expertise to investigators. But when the police refuse to take her seriously, Sadie has no choice but to pursue justice on her own. After all, is Sadie to blame if she keeps stumbling over information? Can Sadie turn her back when people intricately woven into the deception keep crossing her path? With her son, Shawn, at her side, her reputation on the line, and a full cast of suspicious characters, Sadie Hoffmiller is once again cooking her way through a case that offers far more questions than answers.
In this, the third book of the Sadie Hoffmiller culinary mystery series, Josi Kilpack has served us a scrumptious story that leaves us wanting more.
Never mind that I already knew how wonderful the menu would be. First because I tasted it all before hand. Second because some of the recipies came from my personal cookbook (and one of them I cooked up just for the book). None of that matters because they are just the icing on the cake. The main course, the meat of the story, comes from Josi. And it is to die for good.
Calling All Book Lovers!
Please join us this Friday as the Garrison Library welcomes
favorite son Thom Mortenson for a special appearance
to discuss his bestselling novel Devilish Details.
It's guaranteed to be a memorable evening!
Place: The Carmichael Hotel ballroom
Time 6:00 PM
Its not her fault. Really. All Sadie did was agree to help organize the evening and bring cake for the evening. Is it her fault that for the third time in the last few months a dead body just happened to be where she is? Is it her fault that she keeps finding valuable evidence? Is it her fault that no one will listen to her when she does?
And just exactly who is that man taking pictures of the dead body?
And whose number is that on Sadie's caller ID?
Who could resist an Angel Snowball Cake as comfort food?
Who would commit such a public murder and why?
Can Sadie figure it out or will the killer gets to her first?
And most importantly, should I serve Evil Chicken for dinner or Killer Nachos?
The best way to find out for yourself is to grab a mug of Melinda's French Chocolate, a blanket, a copy of the book and dig in.
Purchase book here
Read an excerpt here
Win a signed copy right here:
If you just can't wait and want your serving of Devil's Food Cake, signed by author Josi Kilpack, I can help you. I have a copy to give away. All you have to do it leave a comment with your favorite chocolate dish. A second entry if you leave the recipe. And a third entry if you blog/tweet/ or otherwise let your friends know about the giveaway (just leave a comment letting me know). Contest closes Friday, the 5th, at midnight. Saturday the 6th, I will put all entries in a hat and have one of my kids draw out a name.
3 ways to get entered in the drawing
1) Leave a comment telling your favorite chocolate dish
2) Leave the recipe
3) Blog/Tweet or otherwise tell others about giveaway
Now I am off to enjoy a serving of Died and Gone to Heaven Cake*
*Thanks for that, Loretta