Book Review: Pumpkin Roll

July 28, 2015


Pumpkin Roll
Josi Kilpack
368 pages
Kindle edition

From the Publisher:
Sadie Hoffmiller is looking forward to spending her favorite baking season of the year making delicious New England recipes in Boston, Massachusetts, with her favorite leading man, Pete Cunningham, as they babysit his three young grandsons. But when the boys insist that Mrs. Wapple, the woman who lives across the street, is a witch, Sadie and Pete are anxious to distract the boys from such Halloween-induced ideas. However, it gets harder and harder to explain the strange things that keep happening, particularly after Sadie learns the eccentric Mrs. Wapple has been attacked in her home. As the unexplained occurrences escalate, Sadie finds herself embroiled in yet another mystery with life-or-death consequences. Can Sadie discover whoever or whatever is behind the mystery before anyone else gets hurt? Or will this be Sadie s last case?

I read Blackberry Crumble on the way to Washington and I read Pumpkin Roll on the way home.  I enjoyed both books, but if I had to pick, I think I enjoyed Blackberry Crumble a little bit more.  I just don’t like ghosts as much, but this book was fun and easy to read.  It is set back east and would be a fun book to read during the fall around thanksgiving.

I think these books are fun and if you enjoy mystery books cooking, these could be some books you might like. The more books that I read and the more recipes I see I think the little Little Black Recipe Collection Book might be a really great book to have on hand in the kitchen.

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