All dessert recipes, so far. This is really 'light' stuff. I'm finding the characters, all of them annoying. Not good. I doubt I'll get another of this author's books.
Murders have never been so "sweet". I was very impressed and allured by the delicious bakery described in the novel. I can almost see and smell all those pies, cakes, cookies, and bread. I had wanted to jump up and make the desserts, following the steps of its recipes(however, the comfort of lying on bed and reading those imagery delicacies overcame my urge to undertake the hard work of baking.)
But it's the only thing I like about the book. The rest of the scenario, such as the detective part, moved so slowly that I wondered what I got myself into--a cookbook? There is no suspense in the story at all. So, mystery lovers who don't love desserts or don't love reading about them, don't waste your time on this book.