4/5 Gluten-free Bakeries
On The Back:
With her mother’s death, Toni Ryder returns home to OilTop, Kansas bringing her gluten-free bakery business with her. But Toni has never felt at home in her hometown and cooking wheat-free in the middle of wheat country isn’t making her any less a fish out of water. When Toni becomes a suspect in OilTop’s first homicide investigation in twenty years, she must count on her crazy family and follow the clues to solve the mystery and clear her name.
This book was a quick, fun read, that I’d recommend.
The characters were realistic, and fun. I especially loved the incorporation that author did by adding multiple characters with special needs.
The setting was also great, though the author calls the town a small town, where I’m from 10,000-15,000 people would be a large town.
The mystery was also good, a lot of twists and turns. I guessed the killer beforehand but the story was still entertaining to the end.
The only real problem I had was the book took me awhile to get into. Besides that an entertaining read. I’ll be reading the next one!