Death, Guns, and Sticky Buns

When a quaint Pennsylvania town hosts a Civil War reenactment, only the blood will be real.How does a once hip New Yorker get used to living in a quaint Pennsylvania town famous for its gooey, oversized sticky buns For Tori Miracle, it means kissing her diet good bye, always showing up in the wrong clothes, and struggling with a love life And now that she s filling inWhen a quaint Pennsylvania town hosts a Civil War reenactment, only the blood will be real.How does a once hip New Yorker get used to living in a quaint Pennsylvania town famous for its gooey, oversized sticky buns For Tori Miracle, it means kissing her diet good bye, always showing up in the wrong clothes, and struggling with a love life And now that she s filling in for the editor of the Lickin Creek Chronicle and has the town newspaper to look after as well as her own dear fastidious felines, sometimes it means cosponsoring public events like a Civil War reenactment for the local women s college.But when this charmingly authentic reenactment is done, and each man and woman has played his or her part to the hilt, it s clear that Tori has miscalculated again Someone used one live bullet in an antique gun And with a man dead, it s going to be up to the only city slicker in Lickin Creek to unravel a mystery of murder in a town where calories don t count, but murder does.
Death Guns and Sticky Buns When a quaint Pennsylvania town hosts a Civil War reenactment only the blood will be real How does a once hip New Yorker get used to living in a quaint Pennsylvania town famous for its gooey oversiz

  • Title: Death, Guns, and Sticky Buns
  • Author: Valerie S. Malmont
  • ISBN: 9780440235989
  • Page: 401
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Death, Guns, and Sticky Buns”

    1. See my full review on my blog at Mystereity ReviewsDeath, Guns and Sticky Buns is the 3rd book in the Tori Miracle series. Unfortunately, I couldn't get a copy of the second book, which wasn't a huge problem but this book would've flowed a little better if I had. There are a few references to it sprinkled around that didn't confuse the story in this book. For me, I like reading a series in order, so I was a bit put out.Tori, a recent transplant to rural Pennsylvania from New York City, is still [...]

    2. Death, Guns, and Sticky Buns by Valerie S. MalmontThis was a new cozy author for me, although this book was copyright 2000. The style is reminiscent of Tamar Myers or Mary Daheim, with a smart but clumsy and hilarious heroine, Tori Miracle. I quite enjoyed this quick and complicated murder mystery, which takes place in a small town named Lickin Creek, Pennsylvania, where Tori has arrived from New York to fill in for the editor of the local paper. A town full of quirky characters who are about to [...]

    3. I enjoyed the other book I had read in this series and have begun at the beginning. Tori Miracle has moved from New York to the small town of Lickin Creed, Pennsylvania to be near her new boyfriend, Garnet. He has left for a year's assignment in Costa Rica and she has taken the job of editor of the local newspaper. The local college is holding a civil war re-enactment but the "victim" of the "firing squad" is shot dead. The man who loaded the guns with rubber bullets is arrested for the murder. [...]

    4. This book is one twist and turn after another. Garnet is out of town, and Tori is on her own. Her klutziness has her stumbling from one clue to the next. We get a good look at Gettysburg and some of the things that make it unique.

    5. This series is new to me, but I will happily read more in the series. The characters are fun and the local color is intriguing

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