murder takes the cake
Evelyn David invites you to attend the wedding of Bridget
O'Herlihy and Joshua Lasky. The ceremony will be held at the
Willard hotel in Washington D.C. Please R.S.V.P. (In case of
murder, the ceremony may be delayed.)
It's the week before Thanksgiving and all's not right in Mac
Sullivan's world. His detective agency needs paying clients; his
goddaughter needs help staying alive long enough to say her "I
do's;" his best friend needs to find some missing caskets; his
Irish wolfhound needs a bath; and he desperately needs a how-to
book on modern dating techniques.
It's the week before Thanksgiving and all's not right in Rachel
Brenner's world. Her son has ditched her for a ski trip with his
new girlfriend; someone is stealing caskets and forging her
inventory records; and her romantic life consists of
hit-and-miss dates with a private detective who won't even
commit to a car purchase much less a serious relationship.
Join Mac, Rachel, Whiskey, JJ, Edgar, and the O'Herlihy clan for
a second round of murder, mayhem, and laughter in Murder Takes
the Cake – A Sullivan Investigations Mystery.
Weddings can be murder for more than the bride. Murder Takes the
Cake by Evelyn David is a fast, funny, and festive sequel to
last year's hit, Murder Off the Books.
Read A Review:
Rachel Brenner discovers caskets are
missing from the funeral home where she works.
She asks Mac Sullivan, a private detective and her
boyfriend, to look into it.
Mac is also trying to protect his
goddaughter who thinks someone is trying to kill her.
It doesn't take long for Mac to really believe her.
J. J. Whiskey, Mac's office manager, sets
out to help with the cases. By being in the
right place at the wrong time, she discovers the thief of the
caskets and sets out to help put him back on the straight and
Mac and Rachel's relationship keeps getting
mixed up in everything and there is plenty of humor to go
Mac's goddaughter's fiancÚ and his family
are rich and want everyone to know it. But
could there be a tie-in to what is going on?
Evelyn David is the pseudonym for Marian
Edelman Borden and Rhonda Dossett, who have never met in person.
Reading the book, you would never know two different
people wrote it. It is well crafted and full
of humor. The characters are a lot of fun.
You will laugh out loud and not want to put it down so
you can turn the page!
I highly recommend this book.