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Thursday, April 29, 2021

A Bundt Instrument (Great Witches Baking Show #4) by Nancy Warren

 


A Bundt Instrument

(Great Witches Baking Show #4)

by Nancy Warren 


Kindle Edition, 197 pages

Published August 12th 2020 by Ambleside Publishing





Synopsis: 

A cozy English village, a baking contest...and Murder!


I can remember a time when I baked for fun. I loved dreaming up new recipes, trying different combinations of flavors. Sharing my creations with friends and family.

Now? I have nightmares where the TV cameras are on me and I’m baking naked. Or I open my oven and my cake pans are empty. You don’t need to be Freud to figure out I’m freaking out. This week on The Great British Baking Contest could be my last. I am one bad bake away from being waved good-bye.


Sure, I’d get my weekends back, but I’d lose the excitement of being part of a popular reality show, of spending time with the other bakers who’ve become my friends, and, most important, of having time to snoop around Broomewode Hall for secrets about my origins.


When a heated argument breaks out in Broomewode village pub, I put it down to nerves. Until someone winds up dead.


How am I supposed to concentrate on European Bakes when I’m in the middle of a murder investigation?


With witches, ghosts, an energy vortex, a black cat and an ancient manor house that holds its secrets tight, this isn't your typical English village.


***


4.5 stars


This is the fourth book in the Great Witches Baking Show.


Poppy gets called earlier in the week imploring her to make a wedding cake for a lady's best friend's wedding. She is hesitant to take on this challenge since she needs to practice her cooking skills. but Poppy knows the extra money will help and so she relents.


Before the wedding, they discover the dead body of the groom. Now Poppy finds herself in the middle of another murder investigation.


This series is very readable and addictive. I am greatly enjoying it and find that Nancy Warren is one of my new favorite authors. The mystery keeps your attention and the community has grown so much that you feel like you are reading about real people.


This is quite an unputdownable series.



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