Death of an English Muffin

A Merry Muffin Mystery, #3

Death of an English Muffin was a fun read for me. It had mystery and an old castle. I liked that there were a group of elderly ladies living together, and they could be the Golden Girls of crime solving. They also made a good amount of trouble on their own. I also really liked the names and the characters are as unique as their names are.

The recipes were a nice addition to the book.

Book Blurb for Death of an English Muffin

From the national bestselling author of Muffin but Murder, baker Merry Wynter returns with a fresh tray of muffins and a case that has authorities stumped…

They say one’s home is one’s castle, but when it comes to Wynter Castle, Merry would like it to belong to someone else. But until a buyer bites, she could use some extra dough, so she decides to take in renters. The idea pans out, and Merry’s able to find a handful of tenants eager to live in a real castle. The only problem is most of them are crumby, tea-swilling old biddies.

The Legion of Horrible Ladies, as Merry calls them, is led by the terribly nasty—and fabulously wealthy—Cleta Sanson. The abrasive Englishwoman keeps everyone whipped into a frenzy—until she meets an embarrassing end behind a locked door. Evidence reveals that Cleta was murdered, yet no one is privy to how the deed was done. Merry knows she must quickly find the killer before another of her guests gets greased…


Night Owl Reviews Sep, 2015 4.00