Maple Frosted Murder (Donut Hole Mystery #2)

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This is not the this isn’t the first time that Heather is the prime suspect in a murder case. But when the owner of a corporate doughnut shop is found dead the day after they had a public dispute, Heather is back in the hot seat. Though Ryan, a local cop, doesn’t actually believe that she did it, he still has to do his do diligence. Heather is back, figuring out who killed the man and clear her name… again.

This book feels very similar to the previous one. There is a little more depth given to the characters. I feel like Ryan’s personality might have flipped a little too quickly in regards to the books but if you remember that there are several months between the 1st book and the 2nd book it can be understood, we just don’t get to see it. Because the books are so short, and maybe because of Heather’s character, there isn’t much in the way of clues to follow to deduce the killers. Unlike other amateur sleuth novels, she’s not really looking into the case rather; everything is just falling into her lap. It’s still short and fun enough to read but don’t go in expecting anything highbrow.


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4 thoughts on “Maple Frosted Murder (Donut Hole Mystery #2)

  1. Each book is about 100 ish pages but its not as good as Joan fluke but it is a nice short read. I’m on book 15 and I’ve had some ups and downs with it. They are a quick read to put in between other books.

    The mysteries are not as deep and the character development is stretched out.

    If you have amazon unlimited (which is where I read them) I’d say try the fourth book. It’s the best demonstration of where the series is heading. Books 1 to 3 don’t have much sleuthing in them.

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