REVIEW: AND THEN THERE WERE CRUMBS BY EVE CALDER

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.

What it is about
Kate just arrived in the small town looking for a job. She realises that the local bakery needs help. The owner allows her to live above the store for a few weeks. That night there is a break in at the store and the next day, there is a murder and the police arrests the owner of the bakery. She starts the investigation with a few of her neighbours. 

POV- first person from Kate

HEA/HFN- yes

Funny parts- some

Sad parts- some

Trigger warning- none

Realistic scale- 2/5

Pick this up if
You want a nice cozy mystery. You like a cast of quirky characters. You like it when the heroine leaves the big city and starts over in a cute small town. You like companions in your cozy mysteries (there is a dog named Oliver). 

Don’t pick this up if
You don’t want something forgettable. You find plot holes too annoying. 

Pages- 352

Audiobook- 9h 6m
Narrators- Christa Lewis

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One thought on “REVIEW: AND THEN THERE WERE CRUMBS BY EVE CALDER

  1. The next time I read a blog, I hope that it won’t disappoint me as much as this particular one. After all, I know it was my choice to read through, however I truly believed you would probably have something useful to say. All I hear is a bunch of complaining about something you could possibly fix if you were not too busy looking for attention.

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