Corpse Who Knew Too Much
Food Blogger Mystery Book 4
blogger Hope Early takes on a cold case that’s heating up fast . .
on her recipe for success with her food blog, Hope at Home, Hope is
teaching her first blogging class at the local library in Jefferson,
Connecticut. She’s also learning about podcasts, including a
true-crime one called Search
for the Missing, hosted
by Hope’s childhood friend, Devon Markham. Twenty years ago on
Valentine’s Day, right here in Jefferson, Devon’s mom disappeared and
was never found. Finally Devon has returned to solve the mystery of
what happened to her mother—and she asks Hope to help.
next day Hope discovers Devon’s apartment has been ransacked. Her
laptop with the research on her mother’s cold case is missing, and
Devon is nowhere to be found. When her friend’s body is later
discovered in a car wreck, Hope is convinced it’s no accident.
Clearly, Devon was too close to the truth, and the cold-blooded
killer is still at large in Jefferson. Now it’s up to Hope to find
the guilty party—before the food blogger herself becomes the next
subject of another true-crime podcast . . .
Recipes from Hope’s Kitchen!
Sennefelder, the author of the Food Blogger Mystery series and the
Resale Boutique mystery series, is an avid reader who reads across a
range of genres, but mystery fiction is her obsession. Her interest
in people and relationships is channeled into her novels against a
backdrop of crime and mystery. When she’s not reading, she enjoys
cooking and baking and as a former food blogger, she is constantly
taking photographs of her food. Yeah,
she’s that person.
York City, she now lives and writes in Connecticut with her family.
She’s worked in pre-hospital care, retail and publishing. Her
writing companion is her slightly spoiled Shih-Tzus, Connie.
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