[Reading] ➶ Batter Off Dead (Pennsylvania Dutch Mystery, #17) ➬ Tamar Myers – Anguillais.us

Batter Off Dead (Pennsylvania Dutch Mystery, #17)New In The National Bestselling Series Magdalena Yoder Solves A Case Of Hotcake Homicide.During A Church Breakfast, Minerva J Jay, Known For Her Prodigious Appetite, Slumps Over After Ingesting Several Stacks Of Pancakes Police Chief Chris Ackerman Wonders If The Serving Of The Fatal Flapjacks Is A Case Of Assault And Batter Magdalena Has Her Own Bun In The Oven, But That Doesn T Stop The Chief From Asking For Her Help With The Investigation Before Magdalena Can Begin, However, She Has To Make A Special Delivery Of Her Own And Just When She Thinks She S Found Her Number One Suspect, He Turns Up Dead, Squished Flatter Than A Pancake By A Driverless Cement Truck Now, To Stop The Killer From Cooking Up Another Crime, Magdalena Has No Choice But To Jump From The Frying Pan Into The Fire.

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➶ Batter Off Dead (Pennsylvania Dutch Mystery, #17) ➬ Tamar Myers – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    This was one of the weirdest, most confusing, most frustrating books I have read in a long time I only forced myself to read the entire book because the last book I started I was unable to finish and I felt guilty.The heroine was emotionally stunted I couldn t take all the whining and wailing of a supposedly 48 year old woman.She is way too full of herself a...


  2. says:

    This was the first book I ve read in this series and it was the last too Hands down the worst book I ve read maybe ever Why did I finish it I was away from home and it was the only book with me.


  3. says:

    I ve been reading this series for years, and I m completely torn about how I feel about the books now I love that Magdalena has changed and grown, but the books are becoming and caricature I almost feel like the author annoys herself while she s writing, makes jokes about what annoys her, but continues the series because she feels like she has to resolve any loose ends of the series The mystery is secondary to parading Magdalena through Hernia...


  4. says:

    How are there 17 books in this series The protagonist was relatively undeveloped, and what was supposed to, I assume, pass for wit and sass came off as childishness and rudeness instead I left the book caring nothing about anyone in it the entire town could fall into a sinkhole at this point, ...


  5. says:

    I giggled A lot But now I have to bid farewell to Magdalena, at least for a few days, while I wait for the last three books currently in the series to come in And I HATE that Reading the newest one, knowing I ll have to wait forEVER for another, will be a real blow I pretty much gulped down...


  6. says:

    didn t like this one at all the story was annoying than anything I didn t find the characters at all interesting they were very one dimensional and there were way too many stupid cliches it has recipes and is suppsoed to be a culinary mystery, but other than the victim dying after eating p...


  7. says:

    I m not even sure it should really get one star I found this book awful A good edit might have helped There was way to much prattle, it was trying too hard to be funny, the characters were not well developed or likeabl...


  8. says:

    Sorry, but the title was a lot intriguing than the book I liked the character of the Mennonite private detective mayor new mother, but the storyline for a mystery was silly and frankly, boring Don t think I would read another one of her novels.


  9. says:

    I did not like this book I do not like to leave a book unfinished, but I considered dropping this book several times I did learn some new words.The main character, Magdalena Yoder Rosen, is a rich Mennonite woman who runs an Amish style Bed and Breakfast, charging customers extra for the full Amish experience, which includes doing chores She is the mayor of the fictitious Hernia, Pennsylvania, married to a Jewish doctor, and is an amateur detective, helping the sheriff, who is homosexual, crack murder cases.Magdalena is rude, at first blaming it on her pregnancy, though the delivery does not help anything She is full of herself, often boasting on her looks, memory and intelligence The other characters are just as rude as Magdalena and are mainly described as having very poor character, the victim was a glutton...


  10. says:

    Well, that was a mistake.Since we re going to spend a few days in Pennsylvania later this month, I looked up Pennsylvania Dutch in the library catalog and this popped up And since I do read a fair amount of crime stories, I thought I d give it a chance, especially since I don t have to pay for library books.There must be an audience for these, since this one is 17, and I don t want to dismiss what other people find amusing in their mystery read...

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