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What others are saying about ARSENIC AND OLD CAKE

"Arsenic and Old Cake was a great addition to an already fabulous series. I highly recommend the latest instalment to fans of the series and if you enjoy a good culinary cozy mystery, I recommend trying the series from the first book, A Sheetcake Named Desire." ~amazon reviewer

5 Stars! "My favorite in the series ... I highly recommend this story and this series. They are full of mystery, mayhem and way too many delectable treats. Recipes included. Yummy!!!!" ~Dollycas

5 Stars "A cozy mystery not to be missed." ~Barnes & Noble reviewera cozy mystery not to be missed!

5 Stars! "Loved it. Would recommend it to all." ~Barnes & Noble reviewer

What others are saying about CAKE ON A HOT TIN ROOF

"Another tasty treat from Jacklyn Brady." Escape with Dollycas into a Good Book

"The setting and atmosphere ... are very appealing and draw readers into the frenetic scene just before the start of Lent season in New Orleans."  The Mystery Reader

"[A] truly excellent read."  Fresh Fiction

What others are saying about  A SHEETCAKE NAMED DESIRE

"A tasty treat for mystery lovers, combining all the right ingredients in a perfectly prepared story that's sure to satisfy." —B.B. Haywood, National bestselling author of TOWN IN A LOBSTER STEW

“A delicious blend of deception, danger...and dessert.” Dorothy St. James, author of the White House Gardener Mysteries

“A decadent new series with a Big Easy attitude.” —Paige Shelton, National Bestselling author of FRUIT OF ALL EVIL
“Jacklyn Brady whips up a delectable mystery layered with great characters and sprinkled with clever plot twists. Deliciously entertaining.”—Hannah Reed, author of the Queen Bee Mysteries

"A mouth-watering new series! Brady's writing is smooth as fondant, rich as buttercream--the pastry shop's delectable confections are just icing on the cake for the appealing characters and intriguing mystery."Sheila Connolly, National Bestselling author of BITTER HARVEST

"[A] fast-paced and intriguing mystery located in beautiful and recovering New Orleans."  Sharon's Garden of Book Reviews

"[A] fresh, delectable and fun confection." The Book Resort