By Chris Cavender
Due to the fact that part town observed Judson inflicting a ruckus in A Slice of pleasure prior to he expired, Eleanor and her saucy sister, Maddie, are the best suspects. the single approach out is to turn out their innocence. quickly, a bit surreptitious sleuthing unearths that the dough in the back of Judson's approaching pizzeria got here from bushes Ridge's resident recluse: crusty oddball millionaire Nathan Pane. It seems he is Judson's long-lost uncle...and an individual is after him, too. As Eleanor digs deeper, her suspect checklist grows longer than the neighborhood soccer team's pizza order - and existence within the as soon as quiet city heats up like Maddie's five-alarm Volcano pie. may well or not it's Judson's gold-digging sister? Or her mystery boyfriend? among engaged on the case, retaining her buyers satisfied, or even discovering time for an past love, Eleanor's plate is complete. yet with an unhinged assassin ultimate in, she'll need to circulation in a short time - and intensely rigorously - as the killer is already a lot nearer than she thinks...
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Come on, you remember how much we both loved snow when we were kids,” I said, trying to lighten the mood as I formed the dough into balls and stored them in the refrigerator until they were needed later in the day. “I was quite a bit younger then,” she said. “Hey, so was I,” I protested with a grin. ” Maddy studied me for a few moments, and then she said, “What’s gotten into you today, Eleanor? ” “Halloween is next week,” I said. “How can I not be excited about that? ” She laughed. “You used to come up with some unique costumes, I’ll give you that.
Among the regulars were several townsfolk, and in particular, Karen Green, a woman who ate with us every day we were open. She, along with just about everyone else, looked dismayed by the scene, and I couldn’t blame any of them. “Nobody’s going to do anything,” I said firmly, stepping between Greg and Judson. “Josh, call your father. ” “With pleasure,” Josh said as he pulled out his cell phone. “This is a public restaurant,” Judson said loudly. ” I pointed to a sign near the register that we’d had posted since we’d opened.
We might just have to come back on our lunch break, but I wasn’t all that pleased about doing it that way. I was ready and primed, spoiling for a fight, and I was afraid if I waited, I’d lose some of my fire. On the other hand, I couldn’t afford to alienate any of my customers by opening the Slice late, especially with this place opening up so soon. I was about to tell my sister that we were going to have to go back to the Slice when a tall, elegantly dressed man came in. He took one look at us and sneered as he asked, “Are you the wait staff?
A Pizza To Die For (Pizza Lovers Mysteries) by Chris Cavender