Book: A Crime at the Bakery (Duncan Dewar Mysteries) by Victoria Benchleycategories: Book, Culinary, Suspense, Humor, Animals, British Humor, Scotland, Village Life, London, Short Story, Travel, Cozy Mystery
Victoria Benchleyabout this book: Something strange in going on in the sleepy village of Taye, Scotland. Special Constable Donald Merriwether has been called upon to investigate a crime at the town's bakery. At first, it appears his old flame may be stealing the baker's goodies, but when theft turns into vandalism a new culprit must be found. Donald must solve the crime without help from his friend Duncan who is away on a case in Spain.
This story is part of the Duncan Dewar Mysteries Series, but also reads as a stand alone.
• "The book is a delightful mystery that gives the reader a chance to experience more from the villagers of Taye. The characters come off the page in this culinary tale that will satisfy your sweet tooth. 5 Star Charmer!" — Amazon Review
• "This is a delightful short story of a mystery theft in a little Scottish village. This sweet story is a lovely little dessert in a lighter vein from the more brooding major mystery story." — Amazon Review
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