Scorched Eggs (Cackleberry Club #6) by Laura Childs

Pages: 320 (book) or 8 hours and 23 minutes (audiobook)

Publisher: Berkley (book)/Dreamscape Media LLC (audiobook)

Published: December 2014

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Source: Hoopla via Public Library

As Suzanne is getting her hair dyed she smells smoke. At first, she thought a customer in the salon hair was on fire but she quickly realizes that the County Services building next door was on fire. She soon learns that the fire was intentionally set and a friend of Petra’s was killed. Can Suzanne find the arsonist before she becomes scorched?

Overall, I enjoyed book six of the Cackleberry Club. My biggest issue was with Petra. She was very unlikable. She was bossy and grouchy. It could have been because her friend was murdered or maybe I am just now noticing her bossiness.

It was interesting to learn the history behind scorched eggs and to learn in current times we call them scotch eggs. I have never had one and the next time we go to our local Irish restaurant I will have to try one.

Scorched Eggs is a solid addition to the series with a beautiful surprise at the end.

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