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text ð Gram’s Country Cooking School Mystery Ô Paige Shelton   At Gram’s Country Cooking School in Broken Rope Missouri Isabelle “Betts” Winston and her grandmother share the secrets of delicious home style recipes But there’s one secret they keep from their classes their ability to talk to ghosts from the town’s colorful past Betts and Gram agree to help their friend Jake at Broke I was a little hesitant to start this book something about the axe wielding ghost just didn't immediately appeal to me but once I picked it up I was hard pressed to put it back down again A lot of fun A great murder mystery I had no idea of the ending to as well as a great ghost mystery as well although I had the result of that investigation pegged early on I really liked Sally the ghost All the characters are likeable and I got a big kick out of seeing a cameo appearance by Sam Brion the Sheriff from Ms Shelton's other mystery series I'm hoping for sparks between Betts and Cliff in future books though I like them together but they are at the moment a bit lukewarm

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If Mashed Potatoes Could Dance kindle ✓ Gram’s Country Cooking School Mystery read    At Gram’s Country Cooking School in Broken Rope Missouri Isabelle “Betts” Winston and her grandmother share the secrets of delicious home style recipes But there’s one secret they keep from thei N Rope’s Historical Society by accommodating some foodie tourists for the night and occupying them with cooking lessons It couldn’t be worse timing when the pair encounter the ax wielding ghost of Sally Swarth one of Broken Rope’s legendary murderers who pleads with Betts to help find her diary a diary that could prove that Sal Two for one Just like the last book you get two mysteries for the price of one This book started off slow I'm still trying to warm up to Betts and Gram They both seem so so yeah okay nice to meet you but I'm going for another drinkThe addition of Sally and what happened to her diary was fun Sally was a cute character but she was kind of pushy Betts didn't help matters much because she kept putting Sally off Then Betts made a point with her internal dialog to remind us that she keeps her promises and doesn't like to let people down Um Betts? Sally is practically handing you a solution to her diary problem I think you need to pay attentionWhich then leads to the other mystery of the tourists the murder and then the missing tourists I figured out one part of that mystery as soon as it happened but when the explanation of the murder and the why of it were explained I was left with a huh? SAM BRION Nice cameo 

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If Mashed Potatoes Could Dance Gram’s Country Cooking School Mystery #2 Ly was really a victim not a villain But they soon have a modern day murder on their hands when one of the tourists turns up dead with a noose around his neck and two other tourists are nowhere to be found Now Betts needs to put the cooking classes on the back burner to untangle two knotty mysteries and rope in a cold blooded killer This is the first of THE COUNTRY COOKING SCHOOL MYSTERY series I have read I enjoyed it The premise is this A grandmother and her granddaughter own a cooking school in Broken Rope Miss This is a tourist town with the western idea being promoted Betts the granddaughter also had the ability to see some of the ghosts of the past just like her grandmother There are two tales being told here A Tour bus comes to town and one of the tourists from the bus is murdered The ghost of Sally shows up and wants them to find her diary She was convicted of killing her parents ala Lizzie Borden but died in jail before she could be hanged Betts gets pulled into both mysteries the real and the paranormal The book was fast paced with a hint of romance tossed into it in the form of Cliff Betts' high school boyfriend now a police officer for the town There are some interesting characters added to the mix A fun read that kept my interest