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Death of the Family Recipe (A Scotti Fitzgerald Murder Mystery Book 3) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B014LNJJ44
- Publisher : Anita Rodgers (27 August 2015)
- Language : English
- File size : 2367 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 463 pages
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Top review from Australia
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I have read all of Anita Rodgers books. They are filled with,
murder, mystery and a sense of humor that makes you
realize that Anita Rodgers is an author of great tallent.
By reading each one of Scotti Fitzgerals "Coffee and Crime"
Series, makes you want to belong in this family .
Top reviews from other countries
Scotti Fitzgerald’s saga continues in the most delightful way and finds new life at its fingertips. Seriously, you need to experience the entertaining and humorous banter many of the characters have to offer on a regular basis. And the way Ms. Anita Rodgers, Mystery Writer, conjures up aromas of her secret recipes—it will leave you hungry and craving pie, cupcakes, and cookies of all kinds. The only way this series leaves me hanging is wanting the recipes themselves. Maybe, she will consider revealing them as a site sign-up bonus. A link at the back of the book would work…hahaha. Endearing characters, traditional mystery, and satisfying sleuthing all contribute to a fulfilling story line. A delightful read. As for the new life, well, you must buy it and read it to find out what that piece of the puzzle is. Happy reading!
As Scotti peels back the onion of her life, she is pulled deeper and deeper into the world of Spencer Atkinson. This causes some serious issues for her and Ted, which she confronts in her normal style of deflection and secrecy. Zelda plays a more prominent role in this this book, than she did in "MRE", and I was glad to see it, as I personally like this spirited, vocal, non-conforming spitfire. And the banter between her and Scotti is always fun.
In a previous review, I referred to the Scotti books as a "series", but that word doesn't quite fit. This collection is more aptly named a "trilogy", but not in the traditional sense, as the plot lines are not in any way related. What connects these three books are the developments in Scotti's personal life. From "Coffee and Crime" to "M-urder R-eady to E-at" to "Death of the Family Reciepe", a period in Scotti's life unfolds, and she evolves emotionally throughout the journey. The stories themselves are incidental to the ups-and-downs of Scotti's daily life, and with this installment, Scotti's personal story is resolved, oh and she solves another murder...two actually. Easily, the best book in the trilogy.
I really like the style of writing. I actually like that mix of light hearted fun with mystery and suspense. I like the character focus. I like that the author doesnt get into long descriptions of the surroundings; just the right amount to make me get the picture. I actually like less sex in books, (but I think I am a minority there) the third one I think had more.
I like your characters. I want to read about them again