This week I'm going to pull from my current read, Gluten for Punishment by Nancy J. Parra.
Yep, it's another culinary cozy mystery. This time, the sleuth is running an allergy conscious bakery and all the items are gluten free. I've just made it to page 56 myself, but so far I'm enjoying it.
The book starts like this:
"Turn the house into a bed-and-breakfast." My best friend since grade school, Tasha Wilkes, pursed her lips and eyed the 1970s decor of the rambling 1885 Victorian house my mom left me.
And from page 56, we'll take the last two sentences I've read in the book myself.
I wasn't going to ask if the day could get any worse. That would be asking for trouble now wouldn't it?
As I say, that ended a chapter, and I haven't started the next one yet. But I'm going to go out on a limb here and suggest that the day would definitely get worse.