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The Diva Takes The Cake by Krista Davis

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The Diva Digs up the Dirt, June 2012
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The Diva Haunts The House, September 2011
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Fish Tales, April 2011
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The Diva Takes The Cake, June 2009
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The Diva Runs Out Of Thyme, October 2008
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The Diva Takes The Cake
Krista Davis


Sophie's sister, Hannah, is getting married -- again. But when the groom's ex-wife turns up dead, no one knows if the killer is on the groom's side, the bride's side, or standing at the altar.

Domestic Diva #2
Berkley Prime Crime
June 2009
On Sale: June 2, 2009
Featuring: Sophie Winston
320 pages
ISBN: 0425228401
EAN: 9780425228401
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Mystery Woman Sleuth

Sophie Winston’s sister, Hannah, is getting married -- again! And if you ask Sophie, her future brother-in-law is no prince. But is he a killer? That’s the question on everyone’s mind when his ex-wife is found hanging from a pergola. This is one event Sophie and her sister hadn’t planned on. As hidden family secrets begin to come to light, Sophie finds the list of suspects is almost as long as the list of wedding guests. Will the real killer be seated on the groom’s side or the bride’s? Or will he be standing at the altar? Either way, Sophie must solve the murder in time to stop her sister from making the biggest -- and possibly last -- mistake of her life.

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43 comments posted.

Re: The Diva Takes The Cake

Sounds like fun. (and I love the dog on the cover). (that's a bonus).
(Margie Whitten 11:58am June 12, 2009)

Please enter me in the contest to win this book. It sounds great. Thanks.
Lorraine
MOML1@COX.NET
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Lorraine Larose 7:59pm June 12, 2009)

What a fun story! I'd love to read this one.
(
LuAnn Morgan 10:02pm June 14, 2009)

Love reading your books. very interesting. Pat W.
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Pat Wilson 11:50am July 21, 2009)

I love me a cozy culinary! Do Sophie and Natasha also offer etiquette advice? It is a dying art. The poor thank you note is on it's way out. Thank you for the info on the new blog. I'm always on the lookout for a good new mystery series.
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V Scott 3:02am July 23, 2009)

This books sounds fascinating!
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Joanne Reynolds 6:24am July 23, 2009)

This book sound great, I would love a chance to win. Thanks
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Debbie Deskin 7:04am July 23, 2009)

Hi Krista. Your books sounds great. :)
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Crystal Broyles 9:57am July 23, 2009)

The last wedding we attended an uncle of the bride made the wedding cake and it fell apart before the reception even started!
(
Karin Tillotson 12:39pm July 23, 2009)

This is a fun and different contest.
Thanks!
Marjorie
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Marjorie Carmony 12:43pm July 23, 2009)

Hi Krista "The Diva Takes the Cake" sound funny & mysterious too. Your blog is too. Keep up the good work.
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Donna Petrilla 12:45pm July 23, 2009)

Krista, I want to dive right in and start admiring the cake and figuring out the crime. I can't remember exactly what a pergola is.
(
Alyson Widen 1:18pm July 23, 2009)

My sister recently got married. The wedding was just what it needed to be - a celebration. Family and friends made the food and cake and all the guests two-stepped after the buffet. It was also all held in one room - very low key, low anxiety.
(
Anne Jones 1:48pm July 23, 2009)

With two daughters and a step-daughter I will be planning my share of weddings!
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Peg Cochran 2:19pm July 23, 2009)

I absolutly adore the covers of your books. They stand out from the rest for me and that has always been a big selling point for me. If I see an interesting cover I am more likely to buy it. Your covers mixed with great plot lines make me want to always come back.
(
Tabatha Basham 2:20pm July 23, 2009)

The Domestic Diva Mystery Series looks a fun series to read. I'd really enjoy "The Diva Takes the Cake" because I had a really great time planning my wedding over 20 years ago & it would be great to see how things have changed!
(
Cheryl Snyder 2:38pm July 23, 2009)

I loved The Diva Runs out of Thyme and am looking forward to The Diva Takes the Cake.
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Beth Solheim 3:00pm July 23, 2009)

Having made a couple of wedding cakes, I can understand the franticness of wedding planning. That's why I'll spring for this book, if I don't get lucky enough to win it!

Off to check out the new blog!

Later,

Lynn
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Lynn Rettig 3:19pm July 23, 2009)

Sounds like an awesome book!!!!!!!
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Caitlin Usignol 3:29pm July 23, 2009)

Your books sound really good. Thanks for the contest.
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Sue Brandes 3:30pm July 23, 2009)

I love weddings. There is so much to observe and enjoy. Your books sound like fun to read.
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Rosa StClaire 3:44pm July 23, 2009)

It surprises me there aren't more 'bodies' associated with weddings considering the intense emotions surrounding them! This book should be a lot of fun.
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Rayanne Chamberlain 4:07pm July 23, 2009)

thanks for the contest. Wish I had a piece of wedding cake right now.
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Vikki Parman 4:55pm July 23, 2009)

Weddings are fun to plan but a lot of hard work. No wedding ever goes completely as planned. I bet this is a great book.
(
Annetta Stolpmann 5:05pm July 23, 2009)

I'm looking forward to your new book, Krista. I thoroughly enjoyed your first one. I had my wedding in Iran a small, intimate affair of 100 people crammed into my in-laws' living room. My sister-in-law quizzed me on all the names for the next two weeks, based on pictures we took. At least, when I go back I know who's who.
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Heidi Noroozy 5:08pm July 23, 2009)

Book sounds great, thanks for the contest.
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Debra Czarnogursky 5:50pm July 23, 2009)

This past Saturday we had number 2 daughters wedding at the house.It was beautiful. Our number 1 daughter was here from NJ and her wedding some years ago did not go as smoothly. She broke her ankle on the dance floor and was wheeled through the hospital in her wedding gown. If I win your book, I promise not to read the end of the book first.Even if it's very tempting.
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Evelyn Day 6:36pm July 23, 2009)

I'd love to read this book. I'll have to add it to my list!
(
LuAnn Morgan 7:17pm July 23, 2009)

weddings are beautiful weather it's yours or someone you know or even a stranger's. So a book about a wedding must also be.
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Diane Sadler 7:57pm July 23, 2009)

Looking forward to reading The Diva Takes the Cake. Sounds like a good one
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Teresa Ward 7:59pm July 23, 2009)

Stop the Wedding there has been
an unexpected event develope.

I love your read is refreshing, hints of unfortunate things to watch for , then wham...total
crunch pushes you to read, read on ...to get to the..mystery of who did what to who...and will we catch whoever it is before the Wedding Ceremoney???

How exciting.

Hope to win a copy of this new book of your. The covers are "snappy" ..stand out from most.
(
Shirley Sego 8:26pm July 23, 2009)

The Diva Takes the Cake sounds like a fun read. I have a sister who is extremely craft oriented and elaborate, I am the less is more and please keep it simple type.
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G. Bisbjerg 8:51pm July 23, 2009)

Your book sounds fascinating. Have a great day.
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Roberta Harwell 8:56pm July 23, 2009)

Your new book sounds like it will be good.
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Sherry Strode 9:53pm July 23, 2009)

Wow! Thank you for all your wonderful comments.

V, the divas aren't really into etiquette, though one of them is liable to be snooty about etiquette and then breach it.

Donna, I'm delighted that you like the blog.

Alyson, a pergola is a garden structure sort of like an arbor.

Tabatha and Shirley, I love the covers, too. I'm so lucky to have talented Teresa Fasolino as my cover artist.

Evelyn, that's so sad! What a way to start a marriage.

Again, thanks to everyone for your comments. Good luck to all of you!
(
Krista Davis 10:26pm July 23, 2009)

Checked out the "Mystery Lover's
Kitchen" site. Very nice. Looks like I
will be getting lots of good ideas
there.
Your series sounds like fun. The
covers are lovely. Mysteries with hints
and recipes are very popular right
now. Your books will be a nice
addition.
(
Patricia Barraclough 10:33pm July 23, 2009)

I haven't been to a wedding in some
time. So I'm surprised to learn they've
changed so much!
(
Sue Ahn 10:41pm July 23, 2009)

Looking forward to reading this book. Thanks.
(
DeeAnn Szymanski 9:17am July 24, 2009)

Sounds like a good book! I'm just re-discovering mysteries this summer.
When I was getting married the bridal shops were all about which dress are you wearing for the ceremony and which for the reception? But since people don't come to both (at least in my family) I stuck with one dress.
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Krysten Hager 9:50am July 24, 2009)

Sounds like a great book. I love it when authors include recipes in their books.
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Cherie Japp 11:23am July 24, 2009)

Thanks for the heads up. I am always on the lookout for a new author...
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Shannon Scott 11:29am July 24, 2009)

me too !! and if there are cakes involved...
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Joeelle Jappissont 12:27pm July 24, 2009)

Your book sounds interesting. I like the idea of recipes included in your book.
(
Patsy Hagen 6:59pm August 2, 2009)

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