Synopses & Reviews
Hillside Manor is the perfect B&B for a few days of R&R. Okay, so it features the occasional corpse or two. But is a small (if growing) body count any reason for the state to yank Judith McMonigle Flynn's innkeeper's license?
Exhausted from being hassled by the state B&B association's meddling critics, Judith warily accepts an assignment manning an Oktoberfest booth in the mountain aerie of Little Bavaria. With reluctant cousin Renie in tow, she hopes to win some allies, solicit new guests, and keep her inn prosperous. The last thing she needs is another homicide to sully her reputation.
But before the beer begins flowing, Judith finds a body—right in the middle of an oompah band and a herd of German polka dancers. Before she can say lederhosen, the local police chief has her on the case.
Caught between a wurst and a hard place, Judith finally agrees, but only if Renie poses as the sleuth. . . .
“Daheim writes with wit, wisdom, and a big heart."
—Carolyn Hart, bestselling author of the Death on Demand series
The Wurst is Yet to Come: The wacky title alone tells you that you are once again in the uproarious realm of “the reigning queen of the cozies” (Portland Oregonian), the inimitable Mary Daheim! In this, the twenty-seventh glorious installment of Daheims Bed-and-Breakfast mystery series, harried hostess Judith McMonigle Flynn and her irrepressible Cousin Renie find themselves in Little Bavaria, where the inconvenient discovery of a nonagenarian corpse threatens to put the kibosh on the local Oktoberfest. No one does cozy mystery better than the delightful Daheim—and if youre a fan of Lillian Jackson Braun, Diane Mott Davidson, or Jill Churchill, youll definitely want to take a big bite out of this mouth-watering Wurst.
About the Author
Mary Richardson Daheim is a Seattle native with a communications degree from the University of Washington. Realizing at an early age that getting published in books with real covers might elude her for years, she worked on daily newspapers and in public relations to help avoid her creditors. She lives in her hometown in a century-old house not unlike Hillside Manor, except for the body count. Daheim is also the author of the Alpine mystery series and the mother of three daughters.