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Cast Iron Alibi

By: Victoria Hamilton
Narrated by: Emily Woo Zeller
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Summary

In the new Vintage Kitchen Mystery from the author of Breaking the Mould, when an over-amorous handyman is found murdered, Jaymie will have to use every tool at her disposal to nab the culprit...

Looking forward to her girls-only college reunion vacation, Jaymie's on cloud nine at the idea of lazy trips to the beach, dinner cruises on the nearby river, and snug sleeping in the vintage trailer she's renovated. But no sooner does the group reconnect than her hopes turn to tension as petty squabbles and old acrimonies surface, along with tagalong friends, unexpected guests, and stalkerish ex-husbands. And when a local tool belt Romeo with an eye for one of the women is found murdered, his home ablaze, the simmering hostility in the group suddenly shifts to secrecy.

Local law enforcement is zeroing in on the victim's best friend and girlfriend as the most likely suspects, but Jaymie's inquisitive instincts are telling her one of her former classmates may have been involved in the foul deed. Forced to navigate her fraught relationship with a local police detective and determined to uncover the myriad secrets her college friends are hiding, Jaymie knows she'll have to dig deep to figure out whose alibi is cast iron, and whose is flimsy as tin...

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  • Nancy Ross
  • 29-08-20

Not one of my favorites in the series...

The narrator sounded as if she were whispering, unless the character was excited. The plot was convoluted, and not very easy to follow. I have enjoyed all the other books in this series, but this one never grabbed my attention or interest.

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  • JoAnn
  • 09-04-20

It was ok

I usually really like this series but this one was more like a soap opera for most of the way. It was just ok.

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  • Beatrice
  • 08-04-20

Just ok

Cast Iron Alibi is an ok cozy mystery. I can't imagine Jaime being friends with most of the people taking part in the reunion, I was glad when the mystery was solved. The book is ok,

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  • Mercy Phalen
  • 08-04-20

Great Mystery

Better than expected. A group of women, friends, on a vacation cabin. A murder and several suspects. I liked the story and characters.