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Jealousy filled donuts /

by Bolton, Ginger [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Bolton, Ginger. Deputy Donut mystery: 3.Publisher: New York : Kensington Books, 2019.Edition: First Kensington trade paperback edition.Description: 281 pages ; 21 cm.ISBN: 9781496711915; 1496711912.Other title: Jealousy filled doughnuts.Subject(s): Westhill, Emily (Fictitious character) -- Fiction | Doughnuts -- Fiction | Murder -- Investigation -- Fiction | Bakery employees -- Fiction | Family-owned business enterprises -- Fiction | Fourth of July celebrations -- Fiction | Firecrackers -- Fiction | Wisconsin -- FictionSummary: "It is a truth universally acknowledged - cops and donuts go together. Exhibit A: Deputy Donut Cafe, owned and operated by detective's widow Emily Westhill and her father-in-law, the retired police chief of Fallingbrook, Wisconsin. Named after Emily's adored and adorable tabby, the donut shop is a favorite among cops, firemen, and EMTs, as well as tourists and townspeople. So when Fallingbrook needs donuts for their Fourth of July picnic, Emily's shop gets deputized. But a twisted killer has found another use for Emily's treats. At the picnic, a firecracker is hidden in a stack of raspberry-filled donuts and aimed at the unwitting queen of the festivities. When it explodes, she is killed. Having her jelly donuts involved puts Emily in a sticky situation, and when a shady shutterbug tries to frame her with incriminating photos, she finds herself in quite a jam. To preserve her freedom and her shop's reputation, Emily needs to solve this case - before the fuse-lighting felon goes off again ..."--Publisher description.
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It is a truth universally acknowledged-cops and donuts go together. Exhibit A- Deputy Donut Cafe, owned and operated by detective's widow Emily Westhill and her father-in-law, the retired police chief of Fallingbrook, Wisconsin. Named after Emily's adored and adorable tabby, the donut shop is a favorite among cops, firemen, and EMTs, as well as tourists and townspeople. So when Fallingbrook needs donuts for their Fourth of July picnic, Emily's shop gets deputized.<br> <br> But a twisted killer has found another use for Emily's treats. At the picnic, a firecracker is hidden in a stack of raspberry-filled donuts and aimed at the unwitting queen of the festivities. When it explodes, she is killed. Having her jelly donuts involved puts Emily in a sticky situation, and when a shady shutterbug tries to frame her with incriminating photos, she finds herself in quite a jam. To preserve her freedom and her shop's reputation, Emily needs to solve this case-before the fuse-lighting felon goes off again ...<br> <br> Praise for Goodbye Cruller World <br> <br> "Food scenes tantalize with description of single-origin coffee as well as classic and trendy donuts-solid recipes included."<br> - Publishers Weekly

Sequel to: Goodbye cruller world.

Includes recipes.

"It is a truth universally acknowledged - cops and donuts go together. Exhibit A: Deputy Donut Cafe, owned and operated by detective's widow Emily Westhill and her father-in-law, the retired police chief of Fallingbrook, Wisconsin. Named after Emily's adored and adorable tabby, the donut shop is a favorite among cops, firemen, and EMTs, as well as tourists and townspeople. So when Fallingbrook needs donuts for their Fourth of July picnic, Emily's shop gets deputized. But a twisted killer has found another use for Emily's treats. At the picnic, a firecracker is hidden in a stack of raspberry-filled donuts and aimed at the unwitting queen of the festivities. When it explodes, she is killed. Having her jelly donuts involved puts Emily in a sticky situation, and when a shady shutterbug tries to frame her with incriminating photos, she finds herself in quite a jam. To preserve her freedom and her shop's reputation, Emily needs to solve this case - before the fuse-lighting felon goes off again ..."--Publisher description.

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