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An elderly woman sleuth. The wedding of Calmhaven’s most beloved daughter. A sinister slice of cake criminality. This sounds like a perfect case for Molly Gertrude Grey! Who in Calmhaven does not know Molly Gertrude Grey, the gentle ageing owner of the Cozy Bridal Agency? But Molly and her enthusiastic assistant, Dora Brightside, have more talents than just matchmaking. An elderly woman sleuth. The wedding of Calmhaven’s most beloved daughter. A sinister slice of cake criminality. This sounds like a perfect case for Molly Gertrude Grey! Who in Calmhaven does not know Molly Gertrude Grey, the gentle ageing owner of the Cozy Bridal Agency? But Molly and her enthusiastic assistant, Dora Brightside, have more talents than just matchmaking. They are amateur sleuths with a nose for trouble! When poor Abe Mortimer, the town Mayor, keels over during the wedding reception of his dear daughter, Miss Molly is certain it’s no accident. Her intuition tells her that something disturbing is afoot. Seedy characters arriving on the scene, old ghosts from a shady past, and a grasping son-in-law with ulterior motives, lead Molly into the crosshairs of Calmhaven’s most frightening conspiracy. The clues pile up, but the culprit remains at large! Will Molly and her assistant Dora be able to solve the case before Abe Mortimer ends up in the mortuary? Will Calmhaven’s secrets remain unspoken and revengeful grudges slip back into the shadows? Wedding Cake Wipeout is a Christian Culinary Cozy Mystery that will keep you guessing until the very last page. If you like light, clean, Cozy Mysteries with a cat-loving sleuth, quirky characters, and unexpected surprises you will love Wedding Cake Wipeout, the first Molly Grey Mystery to hit the shelves. Buy Wedding Cake Wipeout and dive into a culinary conundrum with Molly and Dora today! No cliffhanger, swearing, gore or graphic scenes, just good, clean cozy fun...


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An elderly woman sleuth. The wedding of Calmhaven’s most beloved daughter. A sinister slice of cake criminality. This sounds like a perfect case for Molly Gertrude Grey! Who in Calmhaven does not know Molly Gertrude Grey, the gentle ageing owner of the Cozy Bridal Agency? But Molly and her enthusiastic assistant, Dora Brightside, have more talents than just matchmaking. An elderly woman sleuth. The wedding of Calmhaven’s most beloved daughter. A sinister slice of cake criminality. This sounds like a perfect case for Molly Gertrude Grey! Who in Calmhaven does not know Molly Gertrude Grey, the gentle ageing owner of the Cozy Bridal Agency? But Molly and her enthusiastic assistant, Dora Brightside, have more talents than just matchmaking. They are amateur sleuths with a nose for trouble! When poor Abe Mortimer, the town Mayor, keels over during the wedding reception of his dear daughter, Miss Molly is certain it’s no accident. Her intuition tells her that something disturbing is afoot. Seedy characters arriving on the scene, old ghosts from a shady past, and a grasping son-in-law with ulterior motives, lead Molly into the crosshairs of Calmhaven’s most frightening conspiracy. The clues pile up, but the culprit remains at large! Will Molly and her assistant Dora be able to solve the case before Abe Mortimer ends up in the mortuary? Will Calmhaven’s secrets remain unspoken and revengeful grudges slip back into the shadows? Wedding Cake Wipeout is a Christian Culinary Cozy Mystery that will keep you guessing until the very last page. If you like light, clean, Cozy Mysteries with a cat-loving sleuth, quirky characters, and unexpected surprises you will love Wedding Cake Wipeout, the first Molly Grey Mystery to hit the shelves. Buy Wedding Cake Wipeout and dive into a culinary conundrum with Molly and Dora today! No cliffhanger, swearing, gore or graphic scenes, just good, clean cozy fun...

30 review for Wedding Cake Wipe Out: Christian Cozy Mystery

  1. 5 out of 5

    Krystyna

    A snoopy senior gets in on the act A good plot with nice characters that should get better with further books. However it was just missing that oomph - maybe a drop of funny one liners would have pulled this out into the great pile. When she sees the father-of-the-bride collapse she knows that something fishy is going on. Will he pull round as he seems to be stuck in a coma. Against the Sheriff's wishes she and her assistant start snooping. What could have caused the man to collapse? Was it anythi A snoopy senior gets in on the act A good plot with nice characters that should get better with further books. However it was just missing that oomph - maybe a drop of funny one liners would have pulled this out into the great pile. When she sees the father-of-the-bride collapse she knows that something fishy is going on. Will he pull round as he seems to be stuck in a coma. Against the Sheriff's wishes she and her assistant start snooping. What could have caused the man to collapse? Was it anything to do with his nefarious past? As she digs, more and more suspects appear including the new groom. With the Sheriff's birthday bash coming up can she pull the rabbit out of the hat and give him a reason to really celebrate?

  2. 4 out of 5

    Christine Goodnough

    This story was okay, though the spunky, crafty Molly Gertrude Gray didn't come across as a very believable 70-something senior. Actually the writer has created a cast of stereotype cosy mystery characters rather than a realistic drama. "Clean" it is. When the sheriff discovers murder has been attempted, he says, "Oh, horrors! And that in Calmville." A little more editorial polish could help with the realism. Using normal speech contractions would get rid of the "Fun With Dick And Jane" tone in mo This story was okay, though the spunky, crafty Molly Gertrude Gray didn't come across as a very believable 70-something senior. Actually the writer has created a cast of stereotype cosy mystery characters rather than a realistic drama. "Clean" it is. When the sheriff discovers murder has been attempted, he says, "Oh, horrors! And that in Calmville." A little more editorial polish could help with the realism. Using normal speech contractions would get rid of the "Fun With Dick And Jane" tone in most of the dialogue. I.e.: "I am busy right now. I will not let you in." And what modern police chief would say, "I am glad I was able to solve this troublesome case. Calmhaven can sleep safely again"? But if you like a lighter touch of crime, a light mix of religious Christians and bad guys, plus a few bashful romantics, written in the style of a 1950s melodrama, here it is.

  3. 4 out of 5

    SANDYE

    Intriguing, lots of characters, plot twists. Molly Grey and her assistant Dora run a wedding planning business. They are hired to plan Charmayne & Billy's wedding. Champagne being the mayor's daughter they are thrilled to get the job. The story starts off at the wedding reception where the groom unceremoniously insists the father of the bride take the very first piece of wedding cake. Upon taking just one bite, the Mayor begins coughing and choking, and is rushed to the hospital leaving the bride Intriguing, lots of characters, plot twists. Molly Grey and her assistant Dora run a wedding planning business. They are hired to plan Charmayne & Billy's wedding. Champagne being the mayor's daughter they are thrilled to get the job. The story starts off at the wedding reception where the groom unceremoniously insists the father of the bride take the very first piece of wedding cake. Upon taking just one bite, the Mayor begins coughing and choking, and is rushed to the hospital leaving the bride in hysterical tears, and everyone thinking he had taken a bite bigger than he could handle and choked too death. Charmayne isn't convinced her dad accidentally choked. Convinced someone tried to murder him, and not knowing who to turn to for help, she enlists the help of her elderly wedding planner and her meek assistant to launch an investigation. As new characters are introduced to the storyline, so are new twists and turns. Molly Grey and Dora find themselves in dangerous predicaments more than once. This story will keep you guessing, and will hold your interest right up to the end! The only thing I can say about this book that I didn't like us that the author uses the main character's first and middle names (Molly Gertrude) way more often than I thought was necessary, which honestly for me was a bit annoying. Everything else about this book was great though, so the name thing was just a minor irritation.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Kat Taylor

    Molly Grey in the Lead The best kind of cozey mystery is a clean, humorous cozey with caracters vibrant in thier unique ways that they carry you through the mystery in a way no others can. This is one of those cozeymysterys written by a an amazing storey teller. It's time to aquier a copy of "Wedding Cake Wipe Out " start enjoying it as much as I have. ☺😮🤔🙄😊Kat Molly Grey in the Lead The best kind of cozey mystery is a clean, humorous cozey with caracters vibrant in thier unique ways that they carry you through the mystery in a way no others can. This is one of those cozeymysterys written by a an amazing storey teller. It's time to aquier a copy of "Wedding Cake Wipe Out " start enjoying it as much as I have. ☺😮🤔🙄😊Kat

  5. 5 out of 5

    Paula Corregan

    Good book! This was a fun cozy mystery to read. The story did however include a big error in that Abe Mortimer was sometimes listed as dead and sometimes listed as alive in the story. In spite of this error, I still highly recommend the story.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Marilyn Burrows

    A sleuth, a wedding planner or a nosey old lady. Time will tell It will cause you to think you knew, then change your mind. It's a who done it! But you won't know for sure till the end A sleuth, a wedding planner or a nosey old lady. Time will tell It will cause you to think you knew, then change your mind. It's a who done it! But you won't know for sure till the end

  7. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Staffo

    A Must Read Here we go again won't another amazing author. I just loved this book. You call in love with Molly and Dora. One is feisty and one is a little shy. Happy reading folks. A Must Read Here we go again won't another amazing author. I just loved this book. You call in love with Molly and Dora. One is feisty and one is a little shy. Happy reading folks.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Denota

    This was a fun read. I loved the characters and events. Details were on point, without being wordy. Thank you for your hard work it is a successful. We!I done. I'm looking forward to more clean Christian stories. Thank you again.😊 This was a fun read. I loved the characters and events. Details were on point, without being wordy. Thank you for your hard work it is a successful. We!I done. I'm looking forward to more clean Christian stories. Thank you again.😊

  9. 5 out of 5

    Carol Doucette

    Fun read The first chapter a little slow but the book took off after that . Fell in love with the caricatures and the mystery. I think you'll love this one and it's free Fun read The first chapter a little slow but the book took off after that . Fell in love with the caricatures and the mystery. I think you'll love this one and it's free

  10. 5 out of 5

    Yvonne Meyer

    Good mystery. This is a good clean Christian mystery. You will enjoy the wedding planners who really should be called a detective agency. I enjoyed reading this book.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Linda Gresham

    Review of wedding cake wipeout. A cute creative little mystery. A quick and easy read. Light entertainment. I recommend the book for an afternoon read.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Claudette Kilby

    Fun summer read.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Robin

    Molly Gertrude Grey is slightly reminiscent of a Miss Marple type character. Nicely written. Enjoyed it. I received an advance reader copy from PureRead books. Opinions are my own.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Pat Cross

    A piece of cake Life can be over with just slice of cake. Pick your ingredients carefully and check your recipe before it's too late. A piece of cake Life can be over with just slice of cake. Pick your ingredients carefully and check your recipe before it's too late.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Joanne

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jean Hall

  17. 5 out of 5

    Heidi Day

  18. 4 out of 5

    Brenda Woods

  19. 5 out of 5

    Patricia Sealey

  20. 5 out of 5

    Marvel

  21. 4 out of 5

    Vicki Konchak

  22. 4 out of 5

    dazzledaisy

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jackie Thorpe

  24. 5 out of 5

    Forrest Terry

  25. 4 out of 5

    Taryn Nikolic

  26. 4 out of 5

    fleeta mayfield

  27. 4 out of 5

    Charmaine Maree

  28. 5 out of 5

    Lorna Corcoran

  29. 5 out of 5

    D.J. WAITE

  30. 5 out of 5

    Linda Kasper

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