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.