Book Review : Killed by King Cake

King Cake time!

Lisa Everyday Reads

Falling sales at her family owned antiques mall inspires Alana O’Neill to organize a Mardi Gras Festival. Customers are invited to mask-making workshops, Cajun cooking demonstrations and more. A burglary that cleans out several valuable vintage Voodoo items and antique weapons threatens to dim the celebrations. Then a local police chaplain seeks Alana’s help with a woman with amnesia. Clues connect the crimes like a strand of Mardi Gras beads for Alana in her seventh adventure.

The latest mystery from this popular series includes vintage dessert recipes from the author’s extensive handwritten recipe collection.

Book Review:

I really liked this fast paced cozy mystery. I love mardi gras and I really felt like I was there. My favorite character is Alana. It was very interesting and I finished it in one afternoon. I really recommend this series.

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