Just Plain Pickled to Death
A well-preserved corpse
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Mystery Culinary | Mystery
A Twenty-year-old barrel of genuine Pennsylvania Dutch
sauerkraut isnâ€™t Magdalena Yoderâ€™s idea of a great wedding
present from her future father-in-law. Especially when it
has a corpse in it. And it sure puts Mennonite-born
Magdalena, owner of the picturesque PennDutch Inn, in a
pickle. She has just one week before she ties the knot
with the man of her dreamsâ€”and this bride of forty-four
will allow nothing to delay her nuptials, even murder.
Of course, Magdalena recognizes the victim, who is as well
preserved as a gherkin. Itâ€™s her fiancĂ©â€™s cousin Sarah,
whoâ€™s been missing for years. Soon Magdalenaâ€™s inn is
filled with unwanted guestsâ€”eccentric aunts and loopy
uncles of the deceased. And Magdalenaâ€”shrewd as she is
pepperyâ€”suspects one of them to be the killer. Now she is
over a barrel, blowing the lid off a mystery two decades
old, and digging up a scandal that may shake her Amish
hometown to the bedrock and send her to a funeralâ€”her ownâ€”
instead of her wedding day!
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