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Eggs Benedict Arnold (2009)

de Laura Childs

Séries: Cackleberry Club (2)

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When Suzanne stops by the local funeral home to deliver a pie to funeral director Ozzie Driesden? she discovers him not working at the embalming table but lying on it. She barely has time to recognize his corpse before she's drugged with chloroform. With more suspects than breakfast specials? the Cackleberry Club scrambles to crack the case before one of their own ends up six feet under.… (mais)
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This is the second in the series of the Cackleberry Club. Suzanne Dietz once again stumbles into a murder, this time the co-owner of the Funeral Home. When she tries to deliver a cherry pie to Ozzie, she finds his dead body sprawled out on the table in the embalming room and before she can check to see if he is dead, she is chloroformed. When she comes to, she finds out he is dead. Meanwhile, Toni is still trying to decide what to do about her deadbeat husband Junior. While trying to see if he is dealing drugs, they stumble upon a drug house and report it to the sheriff, hoping they are the murderers. Not so. When they go to pick up some cheese, they again stumble upon a body strung up in the trees at the old cemetery. Still around are Petra, Sheriff Doogie, Missy, and others from the first book. It is a lot of fun, food and sleuthing. I will definitely check out the next in the series. ( )
  Carlathelibrarian | Feb 5, 2019 |
I'm enjoying this series, and I can't wait until that Carmen comes crawling to Suzanne to help her out sometime- that woman is like a "plastique" from High School- you know the type, not afraid to look her nose down at anyone she's threatened by or her snarky comments thrown around just because she can.

The series is getting better as the characters are unfolding more and more. (I'm reading the 3rd one now.) ( )
  lollyletsgo | Aug 10, 2017 |
Suzanne is the owner of a nice little place called Cackleberry Club. It is a mix of somewhere to eat, knit, read, and relax. She may have had her mystery trouble in the past, but she is so over that...or so she thought. Soon, Suzanne is finding herself in the middle of, yet another mystery. Only this time she is not a suspect, but a victim. She simply went to deliver a pie to Ozzie, the funeral director, then the next thing she knows she is staring at, what appears to be a dead Ozzie sprawled over his embalming table and then is being drugged with chloroform herself. Who would have killed Ozzie, such a sweet man? Who would have wanted to drug, but not kill Suzanne? Is there a killer on the loose that is going to regret not having offed Suzanne too that will then go after her again, but for good? Suzanne soon dusts off her mystery solving skills and gets into a bit more trouble along the way to finding out what is really going on in her small town.

I simply loved this book! It was just as entertaining as the first one in the series and the characters were even better in this book. The mysteries keep on appearing with every turn of the page in this book and make you so excited to read, you just can't put it down. Once again, Childs had me wondering what was really the story as far as the murder went. I was eager to turn the pages and read on and I was excited to learn more about not only the mystery, but the characters as I read on. The characters were so fantastic from the first book, and I am so glad that they kept that greatness in this book. I also was excited to see new characters and more growth in the old characters. The writing of the book was great too. Childs had a way of making details seem just a wonderful part of the drama and mystery instead of an unnecessary part of the book. The details added to the book instead of taking away from it. I love Childs' writing style and I can't wait to read on even further in this Cackleberry Club mystery series. I feel like I am part of the little friendship circle when I read these books! The drama, mystery, friendships, and food are hard to beat!

5/5 Stars!! ( )
  AngiesAngels | Oct 17, 2013 |
Excellent 2nd book in the series. I love the Cackleberry Club and all the people that surround it.

The mystery was better this time, I had no idea "who dunnit" and was really surprised when it was revealed.

Suzanne is busy in this one, she finds two bodies, hosts fancy teas, knit-ins, cake decorating extravaganza's, fancy dress modeling and still is involved in the solving of the murders.

I'm looking forward to the next in this fun series. ( )
  bookswoman | Mar 31, 2013 |
I love the quirky characters in the Cackleberry Club books. However, the ending of this one is beyond me. There were few clues to lead the reader along to identify the murderer. This book ended abruptly, with very little plot development that would lead the reader to arrive at this conclusion. The ending strains one's common sense to the utmost. Spoiler alert: So a little old lady has the strength to overpower a huge young guy, then to hoist and hang him? Seriously? And to overpower a funeral director, then have the know how to operate embalming equipment to suck his blood after taping him to the embalming table? There is no information to lead the reader to how she has this enormous strength and knowledge to commit these unbelievable crimes. Then to bake an arsenic laced cake to target one person, when the potential to poison 100 people is so great?? Too bad a decent book had to crash like this at the end. I read a lot of Laura Childs books and like them. But how did this book go to press with that pitiful ending? Makes the reader say, "What the heck????" ( )
  LadyoftheLodge | Feb 9, 2013 |
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When Suzanne stops by the local funeral home to deliver a pie to funeral director Ozzie Driesden? she discovers him not working at the embalming table but lying on it. She barely has time to recognize his corpse before she's drugged with chloroform. With more suspects than breakfast specials? the Cackleberry Club scrambles to crack the case before one of their own ends up six feet under.

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