A Good Day to Pie by Carol Culver
(A Pie Shop Mystery)

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<![CDATA[No one can die from a pie ...or can they? Hanna Denton has returned home to Crystal Cove, California, to take over the pie shop her Grannie Louise owned for thirty years. Grannie has moved to the ritzy retirement community and Hanna is working her hardest to live up to Grannie's reputation for baking the best pies in the state. Until she's faced with a bigger challenge: convincing the police that Grannie couldn't possibly have committed murder.]]>

About Carol Culver

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Carol Culver has published more than 35 books for Harlequin/Silhouette over the past 18 years as well as two single titles for Pocket--That's Amore and An Accidental Greek Wedding. Culver is also the author of the young adult Best Friends Forever series (Penguin/Putnam), the Pie Shop Mysteries (Midnight Ink), and recently launched the first book in a new mystery series for Berkley: Shoe Done It. A former staff member of KQED San Francisco, she lives in Woodside, California. For more information, visit CarolCulver.com.
Published August 8, 2011 by MIDNIGHT INK. 312 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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All the while, Hanna tries to run interference between her Grannie and Sam, hoping that she can get to the bottom of things before her former heartthrob puts Grannie away for good.

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Seems the old biddy had quite a few enemies, and Hanna is determined to clear her grandmother’s name before Sam sets her precious Grannie up at the steel inn and Hanna’s delivering pies with files in it.

Oct 01 2011 | Read Full Review of A Good Day to Pie (A Pie Shop...

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