eggs benedict arnold
Suzanne, Toni, and Petra lost their husbands but found independence in each other – as well as a life raft of support, inspiration, and their own cozy cafe.  But when the Cackleberry Club opened its doors, who in town would have guessed that the three women would be working a double shift as amateur sleuths?  Now Ozzie Driesden, the local mortician, has been found dead on his own embalming table and the ladies have more suspects than breakfast specials! 

Halfway between a cozy and a thriller (a thrillzy?), Eggs Benedict Arnold delivers a big helping of everything readers enjoy – smart, slightly crazy women, pulse-pounding action, recipes, knitting, and a dash of spirituality.  There’s a reason the first book in the series (Eggs in Purgatory) was the #1 bestseller with Mystery Booksellers!

If you’re looking for a fun, exciting read, Eggs Benedict Arnold is definitely your book.  Plus you’ll love Cackleberry Club recipes like Brown Sugar Meatloaf, Cheddar Cheese Biscuits, and Upside Down French Toast.  And the Chocolate Flapjacks?  Well, you’ll just have to read the book! 
Read A Review:

I like the three women who run The Cackleberry Club.  In this book, Suzanne goes to the funeral home to deliver the cherry pie the director, Ozzie Driesden, apparently forgot to come back for.  When she arrives, she finds him dead on a metal embalming table.  Before she gets a good look at the scene, someone knocks her out with chloroform.  A friend comes under suspicion and the ladies rally around to help find the real killer.  This puts them in harm's way.


The author has done a great job of creating a community the reader cares about.  It is a fun cozy mystery series to read.  I find myself laughing out loud at times.  I can't wait to read the next installment.  I highly recommend this book and series.

Dawn Dowdle