Review: Killer Pancake

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Killer Pancake Book Review
3 of 5 stars to the fifth entry in the “Gold Bear Culinary” mysteries, Killer Pancake, written in 1995 by Diane Mott Davidson. As we’ve all come to expect, Goldy’s off searching for the killer in another crazy story line. In this one, she delves into the seedy cosmetic business where too much pancake makeup (just kidding, sort of) has claimed the latest victim. And this time, it’s the girlfriend of my favorite character, Julian. So much death, such a small family. How does this happen time and time again? Oh, that’s right… it’s fiction, to I really shouldn’t give that a second thought. Reliable author. Good characters. Decent story, but a bit weak from a reasoning and character likability perspective. Goldy’s getting a little too narrow-minded and preachy about a few things, and I wish this would have gone a little more open-minded and fresh, but it’s still always a fun read. But I want more with Marla! She brings the laughs.

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One thought on “Review: Killer Pancake

    bettylouise31 said:
    May 11, 2017 at 1:03 PM

    I had problems with this one.

    Liked by 1 person

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