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English Trifle By Josi S. Kilpack English Trifle Things to do in England Visit Westminster Abbey the Tower of London and the London ZooTake the Jack the Ripper tour creepy Sample authentic English scones and crumpetsDiscover a dead bodyWhat begins

  • Title: English Trifle
  • Author: Josi S. Kilpack
  • ISBN: 9781606411216
  • Page: 109
  • Format: Paperback
  • English Trifle By Josi S. Kilpack Things to do in England Visit Westminster Abbey, the Tower of London, and the London ZooTake the Jack the Ripper tour creepy Sample authentic English scones and crumpetsDiscover a dead bodyWhat begins as a holiday trip for amateur sleuth and cooking aficionado Sadie Hoffmiller and her daughter, Breanna, turns into a bizarre mystery when they discover a dead body in the sitThings to do in England Visit Westminster Abbey, the Tower of London, and the London ZooTake the Jack the Ripper tour creepy Sample authentic English scones and crumpetsDiscover a dead bodyWhat begins as a holiday trip for amateur sleuth and cooking aficionado Sadie Hoffmiller and her daughter, Breanna, turns into a bizarre mystery when they discover a dead body in the sitting room of an English manor Breanna s boyfriend, Liam, is heir to both the family title and the family estate of Southgate, where everyone seems to have a secret or two When the body in the sitting room disappears, Sadie and Breanna are stranded at the estate until the police can clear them to leave With their departure delayed, they might as well solve the murder.Armed with a jogging whistle, her personal recipe collection, and an unfailing sense of American justice, Sadie begins her own investigation to find the killer But as Sadie uncovers layer after layer of misdirection, secrets, and outright lies, she wonders if anyone is telling the truth or if the case is really as hopeless as it appears to be Take a missing family fortune, toss in a secret romance, mix with a mysterious murder, and this is one vacation Sadie will never forget.
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    1. Katie W on said:

      I have to say that I enjoyed the first book in this series a little than this one, but it was still a fun, whodunit mystery Sadie the main character got a little annoying and over the top for me in this one This book is about Sadie and her daughter, Breanna, and the mystery they encounter at a Christmastime vacation in England, while visiting Breanna s boyfriend.

    2. Josi on said:

      This is book two in the Sadie Hoffmiller Mystery series Sadie and Breanna find themselves caught up in a murder investigation in Devonshire England It s a fun book with seven original recipes including Crumpets and English Scones Enjoy

    3. Lisa on said:

      If you can survive the first third of this book, when likable busybody Sadie Hoffmiller transforms into a rude, inconsiderate, ugly American while she s a guest in an English country house, you ll like the rest of the book as well as Lemon Tart, the first of Kilpack s culinary mystery series Sadie s egregious behavior is especially disturbing because the character claims to have read books in which English country houses play a role, and so should understand why her intrusiveness and rudeness ar [...]

    4. Amy on said:

      I didn t like this one nearly as well as Lemon Tart For a fluff book, I m probably analyzing it too much, but I really felt like it was an unbelievable plot with too many angles most of which didn t really seem to matter in the end anyway that was executed poorly I think a good mystery should have the reader guessing and leave them just a trifle confused, but in the end, things should begin to start clicking, leaving the reader with many aha moments and recognizing the significance of various ch [...]

    5. Helynne on said:

      The second of Josi S Kilpack s culinary mysteries is set at an earl s elegant estate in English where spunky heroine Sadie Hoffmiller busybodies her way into another murder case Sadie, a 56 year old widow from Colorado, has accompanied daughter Breanna to the home of Breanna s love of the moment, Liam Martin, who is heir to his father s title When the earl s male nurse turns up dead in the stately home with a poker in his chest, Sadie can t resist the urge to snoop around the estate, asking ques [...]

    6. Becki on said:

      lucky, lucky me i got to read English Trifle before it s even on the book shelves it helps to know the author I loved this second installment in the Sadie Hoffmiller mysteries Sadie is a fun, spunky character whose determination to make things right gets her in some pretty tight spots i enjoyed the look at modern England, the lines of titles , the yummy recipes the only one missing was chocolate torte but it was a frozen dessert in the story, not homemade so that s probably why The premise of th [...]

    7. Heather on said:

      These books will not win any awards in my book, but I just can t help reading them And I will probably continue to read them Here are a few reasons1 They are perfect escapist reading for me I had a too busy Harvest Break and just needed something light hearted, simple, and entertaining to read This fit the bill.2 The main character s name is Sadie My daughter is named Sadie I just think that is fun.3 The main character reminds me a little of me Or how I imagine I might end up in another 15 years [...]

    8. Mummy Cat Claire on said:

      I love the premis of this book To be honest, it was very appealing to me and I had heard good things about the book.I found the book to be slow and dull After sticking with the book, I came to a point where I was going to quit half way I stayed through it but decided to just skim the last few chapters I found Sadie, the main character, a little annoying She was very pushy and a bit self righteous for me Her daughter Breanna was a weak character who was engaged to the potential next Earl and heir [...]

    9. Cheri on said:

      I had a great deal of fun with Sadie this time around I d even go so far as to say I liked English Trifle better than Lemon Tart, but I think that has to do with the setting of English Trifle than anything else.I see Sadie as kind of like my mom, if my mom were remotely adventurous luv ya Mom The recipes at the end of some of the chapters make my mouth water, but I have to confess it s the peek at Devil s Food Cake at the end of the book that really has me excited If that delicious sounding cak [...]

    10. AngieA on said:

      I enjoyed this book, but found Sadie s gung ho attitude just a little annoying at the beginning of the investigation I found the mystery plausible and the characters believable It was interesting to watch Sadie s opinions shift as she found out about each character and how she had to change her initial assumptions as facts were uncovered The recipes look wonderful and I will be trying them, especially the crumpets I had no idea they were made the way they are If I had to choose, I would say I [...]

    11. Jessica on said:

      My grandmother had a word for people like Sadie Hoffmiller Nebby And that is not a compliment Mostly predictable plot and Sadie is annoying than ever I know people like Sadie always right, know it all, can t mind their own business, come up with their own rules everything on the bulletin board must be stapled and not pinned , fake smile to get what they want, and generally not helping If I read another one of these books it would be for the recipes.

    12. Jenifer on said:

      I must make crumptets I really enjoyed this book It s the second in a series, but can be read on it s own None of that review of previous book, which I find obnoxious and tedious Each of the characters stands on their own Side note I thought English food was supposed to be awful This book has several recipes that look good and I will be making some of them in the future.

    13. Julie on said:

      So dull I couldn t even finish it I skipped to the end to find out who the killer was and left it at that Wish I could give it some stars, but I just didn t have the energy to trudge through it.

    14. Sadie on said:

      What are the chances of finding a dead body stabbed into the wall of a sitting room while on vacation For Sadie Hoffmiller, they must be higher numbers Sadie and her daughter, Breanna, go to an English estate for a vacation and new recipes Near the end, John Henry is stabbed with a fire poker The body mysteriously disappears and everyone is a suspect And the murderer did it for love Sadie and Breanna only wanted a vacation with fancy food Now they must figure out who did it and tell the authorit [...]

    15. Lexie M on said:

      Sadie and her daughter go to England, and they find a dead body in the hotel lobby The police officers come and investigate, but Sadie still wants to help out She knows all the maids, the butler, the cook and other workers at the hotel and she ends up helping them cook the meals Sadie goes in the freezer, and someone shuts it Now she knows, whoever was trying to lock her in was most likely the killer She eventually gets out and they find out who the killer is I don t want to spoil anything, so I [...]

    16. Becki on said:

      Uhhat wasdramatic It really made no sense to me and was just soooo much ridiculousness which for some reason I could accept and love in the last book but the balance was off here The main character was NOT the same person from the last book excepte likes to cook and has the same name But the spunk of the Sadie in the last book was totally gone and I missed her I ll try the next one, maybe she s back I save one star ratings for real atrocities and this wasn t that, it just wasn t good either.

    17. Chrissy on said:

      My favorite part of this book How nearly obnoxious Sadie Hoffmiller is about making a pest of herself Especially in the setting of a super posh British estate In any other genre that would be annoying, but this is mystery Nothing happens if nobody is nosy Sadie s style of nosiness is particularly fun in contrast to the stuffy bordering on suspicious characters.Just a fun read, still enjoying this series.

    18. Lauren on said:

      I just couldn t any with this book I really wanted to like it because I love a clean mystery series but the main character is just so juvenile I mean she s Grandma age and acts like I would except from a tween investigator series.

    19. Shannon on said:

      I enjoyed the first in this series, but just couldn t get into this one I read the first 10 chapters and then the last three I thought I had figured it out alreadyturned out I knew part but not all of it.

    20. Danise on said:

      The book got better as it went along, but the first part was so hard to read I felt like there were random paragraphs missing that would tie things together and make it less choppy, less confusing.

    21. Erin Crittenden on said:

      Can t wait to try the tikka masala recipe Her writing just flows so smoothly to me It s easy and fun to read these books.

    22. Kristen Glenn on said:

      This book took too long to get to the point I finally gave up about 200 pages in and started skimming so I could see how it ended.

    23. Taralee on said:

      I enjoyed this than Lemon Tart because Sadie s character was a bit subdued This was an interesting and good story A fun clean mystery.

    24. Alice on said:

      I was surprised how much I enjoyed what I expected to be another cozy mystery which it was with slightly depth.

    25. Sheila on said:

      This was a little in the fluffy side, but I needed something fluffy It s a fun, fairly light hearted mystery I liked the recipes interspersed through the story, and I think I m going to try them.

    26. Emmaretta B. on said:

      It had good characters, plot, and ending It was exciting and suspenseful I really enjoyed it.

    27. Temekula on said:

      In English Trifle by Josi S Kilpack what seems to be a normal holiday trip for Sadie and Breanna Hoffmiller turns out to be a very bizarre mystery when they discover a dead body in the sitting room of an English manor Breanna s boyfriend, Liam, is heir to both the family title and the family estate of Southgate Everyone there seems to have a secret or two When the body in the sitting room disappears, Sadie and Breanna are stranded at the estate until the police clear them to leave With their dep [...]

    28. Candace on said:

      I got lucky enough to be a stop on Josi Kilpack s blog tour Today I ll be reviewing English Trifle English Trifle is a culinary mystery set in an English Manor It is the second in a series, the first being Lemon Tart A Culinary Mystery I haven t read the first one and was a bit concerned about it but it really didn t make any difference This was a completely separate story and the previous story didn t seem at all important to this one In this one Sadie and her daughter Breanna are in England vi [...]

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