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Pies before Guys (A Pie Town Mystery #4) (Mass Market)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 4 in the A Pie Town Mystery series.
- #1: The Quiche and the Dead (A Pie Town Mystery #1) (Mass Market): This book is currently not available
- #2: Bleeding Tarts (A Pie Town Mystery #2) (Mass Market): This book is currently not available
- #3: Pie Hard (A Pie Town Mystery #3) (Mass Market): This book is currently not available
- #5: Gourd to Death (A Pie Town Mystery #5) (Mass Market): $7.99
Val’s crime-solving club digs into a piping hot new case!
A poetry slam at a bakery? Why not! Even though Pie Town proprietor Val Harris would rather be spending time with her newfound half-brother, she knows her employee Abril is beyond excited to be hosting the event. Especially since it stars the apple pie of Abril’s eye, poet and professor Michael Starke. But the evening ends on a sour note when Professor Starke is found murdered mere moments after being accused of plagiarism.
Just like that, Pie Town is at the center of another criminal inquiry. At Abril’s request—and much to Detective Carmichael’s consternation—Val and Charlene decide to investigate Starke’s death. But the case is as tough as an overworked crust and the Baker Street Bakers are only coming up with scraps. If they don’t pinch the cultured killer soon, Pie Town’s reputation could crumble.
About the Author
Based in Colorado Springs, Kirsten Weiss writes genre-blending novels: urban
fantasy/mystery, steampunk/suspense, and cozy mysteries. The mix just makes things more fun! Kirsten has never met a dessert she didn’t like, and her guilty pleasures are watching Ghost Whisperer reruns and drinking red wine. Readers can find her online at www.kirstenweiss.com.