Accompanied by her dear old boss Angelica Auer, Trudi has a new career — and a new life — in the beautiful and mysterious city of Prague. Sure, she might not be speaking to her mother, and she might be dreaming about her new coworker slightly more than she should, but Trudi still feels like she has grown up. Just like she planned, Trudi is getting firsthand experience withAccompanied by her dear old boss Angelica Auer, Trudi has a new career — and a new life — in the beautiful and mysterious city of Prague. Sure, she might not be speaking to her mother, and she might be dreaming about her new coworker slightly more than she should, but Trudi still feels like she has grown up. Just like she planned, Trudi is getting firsthand experience with Old World cuisine. But her plans are ruined when her elderly landlady dies in puzzling circumstances. Trudi is certain the old lady has been murdered — despite the police claiming it was an accident. No matter who comes after her, or who tries to stop her, Trudi is determined to discover the truth of what really happened to the owner of Prague’s most famous spice shop. "Murder and Pestle" is a clean cozy mystery, set in Europe. It is the follow-up to the clean cozy mystery "Knife Skills," set in California....
|Title||:||Murder and Pestle|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||175 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Murder and Pestle Reviews
This was slightly better than the first one. Moving the setting to Prague helped gain my interest.
Trudi Wells her feature writing newspaper job takes herto Prague, and is convinced her landlady was murdered.Ok, read but was expecting a little more in the mystery after reading book one of the series. But interesting travelogue on parts (not all) of Prague. I don’t think I will read book three unless I need it for a challenge.
Great plotting, but points off for poor spelling & punctuation. Would have been a 4-star otherwise.
This was really good. I enjoyed the visit to Prague with Trudy as a tour guide, and the intrigue of trying to solve a murder in the midst of the post-communist regime of an Eastern Bloc country. Trudy is her usual independent self, going against tradition and her boss' orders to preserve what little of the true journalistic integrity available in a country where one hand almost always is pulling the profits (and the wool) over on someone else. Can't wait to see what happens next...
Another great readThis was book was as great as the first. Had a hard time putting it down, almost read it straight through it was so good. Looking for more in the future.