Eggs in a Casket

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  • Title: Eggs in a Casket
  • Author: Laura Childs
  • ISBN: 9780425255582
  • Page: 233
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The ladies of the Cackleberry Club are always ready to serve whether they re cooking up breakfast or sniffing out a bad egg While Petra handles the breakfast rush at the Cackleberry Club, the caf s other two owners, Suzanne and Toni, head to Memorial Cemetery to help prepare for its 150th anniversary celebration But as they search the winding paths for the historical soThe ladies of the Cackleberry Club are always ready to serve whether they re cooking up breakfast or sniffing out a bad egg While Petra handles the breakfast rush at the Cackleberry Club, the caf s other two owners, Suzanne and Toni, head to Memorial Cemetery to help prepare for its 150th anniversary celebration But as they search the winding paths for the historical society tent, they discover something else out of place the body of ex prison warden Lester Drummond lying facedown in someone else s freshly dug grave In the small town of Kindred, everyone knows everyone, and Lester was no exception Suzanne knew him as the creepy guy who made unwanted advances on her friend Missy Langston But now it appears the man was hiding a few secrets and at least one of them was worth killing for As the case cracks open, there are plenty of suspects to consider from recent parolees to Missy herself, who Suzanne and Toni saw speeding away just before they found the body Now, with a cemetery celebration in the offing, and the local authorities in over their heads, it s up to the Cackleberry Club to unscramble the clues and clear their friend s name.Recipes Included

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    1. Foodies and fans of quaint cozies will probably find this an eggs-C- lent little peach. (Yeah, that was cheesy, I know, but I couldn't help it; I'm a dork). It wasn't the bees knees for me, at this juncture in my life. However, I used to be quite the fan of cozies back when my children were young and I only had snatches of time here and there to read. Now I prefer a novel or mystery with a bit more depth and substance And I also prefer a Diane Mott Davidson mystery to this one. Still though - a [...]

    2. Dollycas’s ThoughtsYou just can’t go wrong with a Laura Childs cozy mystery!!It is hard to believe this is the 5th Cackleberry Club Mystery. I absolutely love these ladies! Their Cackleberry Club has everything, great food, a book nook and a crafting corner. Suzanne, Toni and Petra have created a place all of us would love to visit. In Kindred, it is the place the whole community seems to gather to share news, a bit but gossip, and support each other through thick and thin.In this installmen [...]

    3. Laura Childs has to be one of my top 5 favorite authors. I have yet to read anything by her that I did not love.

    4. I always enjoy visiting the Cackleberry Club and it's wonderful inhabitants. They always seem to get themselves into a jam. This time they find a dead body in an open grave at the cemetery. Of course, Suzanne and Toni take it upon themselves to find out who the killer is. This book was very well written and flowed really well. Laura Childs did a really good job with this cozy, it kept me guessing till the very end, which is what I really like in a cozy. I was truly surprised at the outcome. I ca [...]

    5. Laura Childs brings readers the fifth book in her Cackleberry Club mystery series, Eggs in a Casket. When three friends, who are at loose ends, decide to open a cafe that specializes in eggs, nobody realized that an amateur sleuthing team was in the offing. Readers will be drawn to Childs' three amazing protagonists in this series and to the small town setting of Kindred. Childs has a remarkable eye for detail and even the smallest of things becomes important. With bodies turning up in odd place [...]

    6. What was to be a quick trip to the Memorial Cemetery to deliver flowers for the site’s upcoming 150th anniversary celebration, turned into a find that was unexpected and dangerous.Suzanne and Toni had left their other partner, Petra, handling the breakfast rush at their café, the Cackleberry Club, to run the errand to the cemetery. In their search for the historical society tent, they’re almost run off the small cemetery road by their friend Missy. When they stop, they discover ex-prison wa [...]

    7. Suzanne, Toni and Petra did not disappoint in this fifth installment in the lives of three women running a restaurant/book shop/gift shop where they make and serve delicious meals to the residents of their small town, Kindred. The blend of their three personalities gives the reader so many different ways to identify with their story and the blazing dialogue between them is always a treat to read.Dear Suzanne and Toni come across a very fresh corpse while delivering flowers that will be used in a [...]

    8. “Eggs In A Casket” is the fifth book in Laura Childs’ “Cackleberry Club Mystery” series, and it is a lively, action-filled novel that is just a pleasure to read. The characters, many of them reoccurring throughout the series, are quirky and interesting, and the mystery to be solved is intriguing and attention-grabbing. While this is the fifth book in this ongoing series, it is quite easy to pick up and become fast acquainted with the storyline and the people who populate the tale. This [...]

    9. I really enjoyed this book. I'll start with what I wasn't crazy about (which is very little)I know Missy becomes a prime suspect but I really started to find her annoying. Toni is a character but sometimes she's a little over the top for my taste, but that's just me. Now onto what I liked (a much longer list)on the whole I love the characters and the way they interact. I enjoy the Cackleberry Club with how they get involved with community events, and the everyday running of the restaurant. I rea [...]

    10. I really enjoy this series and the mystery in the book did not disappoint. I generally enjoy the three main ladies in this series, but for some reason in this book I wanted to just hit Toni upside the head more than usual for putting up with her "estranged" husband. You are not estranged if you continue to do constant events with said husband, even if you aren't living together. It kept on distracting me for the actual storyline. Some of the other minor storylines were quite good and I hope she [...]

    11. This book is 5th in a series about 3 widows that open a cafe. Two of them are off to celebrate a 150th anniversary of a cemetery. While looking around they find the body of ex-prison warden. The town police are over their heads and one of their friends is being acused of the crime, so they have to find out who the killer is.

    12. Love Laura Childs. whether she is writing her Tea shop mysteries, her scrapbooking mysteries or the Cackleberry club mysteries, they are always fun. Just the right amount of murder and mayhem without being too serious or gory.

    13. Laura Childs' Eggs in A Casket is another fun read in her Cackleberry Club Mystery series. Great characters and adventures along with a little love interest make for quick and enjoyable reading.

    14. I love this series!!! Ms. Childs brings the Cackleberry Club and its characters to life in a way that you get lost in the mystery!!A truly gifted writer. A retired prison warden face down in a newly dug grave - not his - let the games begin!!!

    15. Another great read in the series and lives of Petra, Toni, and Suzanne. I honestly had a pretty good idea of who the killer was this time but I wasn't able to really nail down why. As always it's great to catch up with the ladies and check in on the relationship between Suzanne and Sam. And the more I see of the sherif the better I like him. And the longer this series goes on the more people in the area you get to know as characters and the fuller the story and plot of all of the books tend to g [...]

    16. Hit page 160 of 300 and realized that the story and characters were just not that interesting. I didn't buy into the protagonist behaviors and how the sheriff was always willing to tell her everything about the case. meh.

    17. Another nice addition to this cozy mystery series. Laura Childs writes three very different series, but all with strong female characters, and I love them all. This series features three friends, middle aged, and single. They have started a restaurant together, serving breakfast and lunch, with eggs as the main ingredient. And they do whatever they can think of to diversify. There is a Book Nook, a Knitting Corner, they sell fresh produce that is home made by different people. And they manage to [...]

    18. “Scrambling for Clues to a Crime”The town of Kindred is bustling as usual, and that includes everyone’s favorite spot for great eats and warm friendly service, the “Cackleberry Club Café” (Whose building also holds the “Knitting Nest” and the “Book Nook”) is operated by co-owners, Suzanne Dietz and Toni Garrett. No one can pass up the yummy culinary offerings of their talented chef with a heart of gold, Petra. A big event is fast approaching, the sesquicentennial celebration o [...]

    19. Synopsis (from bn): The ladies of the Cackleberry Club are always ready to serve—whether they’re cooking up breakfast or sniffing out a bad egg. While Petra handles the breakfast rush at the Cackleberry Club, the café’s other two owners, Suzanne and Toni, head to Memorial Cemetery to help prepare for its 150th anniversary celebration. But as they search the winding paths for the historical society tent, they discover something else out of place: the body of ex-prison warden Lester Drummon [...]

    20. newandusedbooks/index.Eggs in a Casket (A Cackleberry Club Mystery) By Laura Childs Berkley Prime CrimeJanuary 2014Suzanne Dietz and Toni Garrett, owner and business partners of The Cackleberry Club, are delivering four huge baskets of flowers to Memorial Cemetery when they are nearly run off the narrow road by another car driven by Missy Langston, a friend of theirs. Missy didn’t even notice the near accident as she was so intent on getting out of the cemetery. Suzanne and Toni continue to wh [...]

    21. This is the 5th book in the Cackleberry Club Mystery. This is not a series that has to be read in order, so if you get a chance to read one of them, I would urge you to do so. Ms. Childs has a skill for grabbing her readers and entertaining them with every turn of the page. The characters in these books make me wish that I lived in Kindred, and could hang out at the cafe. Strong, endearing women, make this a must read "chick book". Meet Suzanne, Toni and Petra, friends who open a small local caf [...]

    22. Eggs in a Casket by Laura ChildsFifth in the Cackleberry Club Mystery seriesSuzanne, Petra, and Toni are three women of a certain age who are partners in the Cackleberry Club-a cafe that specializes in egg dishes, a book store, and a knitting store, all in one location. While delivering flowers for Memorial Cemetery’s Sesquicentennial celebration Suzanne and Toni stumble upon a body in a grave. The only problem, the body is not one of the dearly departed resting in his coffin, but a newly murd [...]

    23. Suzanne Dietz, the owner of the Cackleberry Club restaurant/book store/knitting nook, and her friend and co-worker, Toni Garrett, go to the local cemetery to drop off flower decorations in preparation for the cemetery’s 150th anniversary celebration. Before they can drop off the flowers at the historical society’s event tent, they come across the body of the ex-prison warden in a freshly dug grave. One of their friends is a suspect, and with Suzanne’s frenemy, Sheriff Roy Doogie, out of co [...]

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