The Gingerdead Man By: Ginny Gold

Book Description...

"Christmas is just around the corner and Kori is busier than ever. She has the town cookie exchange, Secret Santa at The Early Bird Café and plenty of time spent with family. So when she finds a dead body in the parking lot of the café, her work load just about doubles as she hunts down the killer.

By Christmas Eve, Kori has plenty of questions but not enough answers. Boyfriend, Lieutenant Zach Gulch, tries to warn her away from the investigation but all of his pleas fall on deaf ears. Even a warning from the killer can’t keep Kori off the trail as she thinks she’s getting closer.

But a single wrong turn could spell disaster for Kori. Will she be able to find the right lead before she’s added to the body count?

INCLUDED: In The Kitchen with Ginny Gold—A Special Gift For You!

**Gingerdead Man is approx. 32K words and is volume 6 in The Early Bird Café Cozy Mystery Series. Ginny Gold books can be read and enjoyed in any order."

Title:  Gingerdead Man
Author:  Ginny Gold
Publisher:  Ginny Gold Books
Series: The Early Bird Cafe Mystery # 6
Reviewed By:  Arlena Dean
Rating:  Four

"The Gingerdead Man" by Ginny Gold

My Thoughts......

What a cute, somewhat humorous with a  love interest and even getting a good mystery read.  I found the characters mostly well developed [even the dog Ibis] giving the read a easy cozy read.  I especially like how this heroine Koris went after what she wanting to always know about how this investigation was going from her boyfriend Zach who just happened to be a cop. I liked how I wasn't able to figure out who the murderer was until the very end of this entertaining mystery read.  I will say that the recipes and all the food that was discussed in this read will definitely leave your mouth watering for it and leaving the reader with many baking ideas.    


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