insainity, August 5, 2012 (view all comments by insainity)
The first in a continuing series with recipes. Excellent. Be sure and read in order if possible. When you get to the book with and when you get to the Down Undeer book be sure and make the biscuits. (cookies)
theblondeghost, April 28, 2008 (view all comments by theblondeghost)
Down on her luck rare book specialist Lori Shepard is contacted by lawyers, who inform her she has just inherited a set of letters written by her deceased mother to a special friend. In the correspondence Lori discovers a new side of her mother, and comes away changed herself.
A fast and charming read mixing mystery, romance, and whimsical fantasy. Readers looking for hardbitten mysteries should steer clear. Very believable and enjoyable characters, and wonderful development in the course of the story.
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Lori thought Aunt Dimity was just a character in a family bedtime story until a law firm summoned her to a reading of her relative's last will and testament. Lori will inherit a sizeable estate--if she can discover the secret hidden in a treasure trove of letters tucked away at Dimity's English country cottage.
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