Jealousy Filled Donuts by Ginger Bolton

Jealousy Filled Donuts

In Fallingbrook, Wisconsin, Emily Westhill and her friends are ready to celebrate the Fourth Of July. Who knew that donuts and firecrackers could be deadly?

  • We had a miserably hot summer. I’ve been in the mood for cooler months and settings, but Ginger Bolton made July in Fallingbrook sound so fun and festive that I didn’t mind.
  • Maple and cheddar donuts? My waist will sue.
  • The method of murder is different, and honestly, fascinating. I mean, firecrackers? What a way to go.
  • While Taylor was an unlikable person, I felt bad for her during Emily’s investigation. She didn’t have a (real) friend in the world.
  • The identity of the killer? I did not see that coming. Poor Jocelyn was being targeted/stalked and I was convinced that she was guilty of murder.
  • I have a soft spot for this series. The first book, Survival of the Fritters, was my first cozy mystery. Ginger Bolton introduced me to my favorite genre of all time.