Pages: 298 (eBook)
Publisher: Beyond the Page
Published: February 20, 2018
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
James Henry moved back to Quincy’s Gap to become the librarian when his mom passed away and left his dad with no one to take care of him. He befriends the local high school are teacher and she convinces him to join her diet club she has started with a group of friends. He is excited as maybe this will be a way to make some friends in his hometown. At their first meeting they name the club the Supper Club and get hooked into solving the murder of the local playboy at he town’s best pastry shop. Can James and his friends solve the murder and lose weight or will the murder derail their weight loss plans before they start?
How can you resist a main character that loves cheese doodles? I was craving them by the end of the book and wanted them as much as James did. I felt for James at every turn of the page. I understood how he felt and want he wanted out of life. Ellery Adams writes her characters with such feeling that you feel like you personally know them. You want to hop inside the pages of the book and be James’ and his Supper Club friends friend. You want them to know you understand their feelings but at the same time you want to let them now they are perfect they way they are and real friends see past the chubbiness.
I am excited to read a book about a librarian as the main character as I’m always looking for new things to add to be extensive TBR pile. I get excited thinking “oh, my favorite character has read this”. I cannot wait to read the second book “Fit to Die” and revisit my new friends.
No matter what your type of cozy mystery you like, Ellery Adams has a series you will enjoy.
Thank you to NetGalley and Beyond the Page for a copy to read and review based on my own honest words and opinion.
3 thoughts on “Carbs and Cadavers (Supper Club Mysteries #1) By Ellery Adams”
Cheese doodles are my favourite snack. LOL!! 😊 This cozy sounds good.
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It is great. Of course, I haven’t read one of her books I didn’t like.
I ate them for lunch every day I read the book. 😂
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