Book Review: ‘Cherry Pie or Die’ by CeeCee James

A mystery that keeps the reader guessing right to the end is always a great discovery to make.

CeeCee James Baker Street 1 Cherry Pie or DieA mystery that keeps the reader guessing right to the end is always a great discovery to make.

‘Cherry Pie Or Die’ is a cozy mystery with a great cast of characters, each of whom is carrying some relics of their own past while on a tour of historic sites in Pennsylvania. None are immediately obvious suspects, while the clues appear to make no sense at all. Georgie Tanner is a well-crafted and complex main character: likeable, smart, and flawed enough to allow the reader to both empathise with her and want to know more of her own story.

With deft strokes, the author draws the threads of the story together without giving too much away, and the reader keeps puzzling away while looking over Georgie’s shoulder.

By the end of the story, the reader feels right at home at the Baker St B&B, and is keen to return for the next mystery. I will definitely be back for another visit.
Acorn Award II Silver

‘Cherry Pie or Die’ has been awarded a Silver Acorn.

Find your copy here.

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