Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Book Review- No Mallets Intended by Victoria Hamilton

I got to read No Mallets Intended by Victoria Hamilton and it was a great read! Don't miss this one!

Book Description

 November 4, 2014

The Queensville Heritage Society is restoring the once-grand Dumpe Manor. While Dumpe relatives and society members use the occasion to dust off old grudges, Jaymie Leighton prefers to adorn the kitchen with authentic Depression Era furnishings. A collection of vintage wooden mallets found in the house is a perfect addition to her display, but one also offers a late-night intruder the perfect weapon to knock Jaymie unconscious before escaping.

Though the attack has everyone on edge, nothing is missing from the house. Perhaps it was merely a vagrant who thought the place was still abandoned. But when Dumpe Manor’s resident historian is murdered with a mallet from the same collection, it’s time for Jaymie to turn up the heat on the investigation before someone else becomes history.

Includes recipes! 

Here is my review:

This is the fourth book in the Vintage Kitchen series and it is a great read! The heritage society is getting the manor ready for tours and it is Jaymie’s job to restore the kitchen. When she finds a set of vintage wooden mallets in the house she wants to add them to her kitchen. They would be perfect. When the mallets are taken by an intruder and used to knock Jaymie out things go from bad to worse. People of the town believe that the manor is haunted and when a murder takes place on the back porch and the mallet is the murder weapon everyone starts looking at Jaymie as the suspect. Now she has to show the town that she isn’t the killer before their is another victim.
This is such a great book with strong characters who keep you going. The storyline is fantastic and you will never for a minute see the plot twist unfold. This book keeps you reading until the end.

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