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Wednesday, March 30, 2016

A Clue in the Stew by Connie Archer Virtual Book Tour Book Review and Giveaway

A Clue in the Stew by Connie Archer

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A Clue in the Stew
by Connie Archer

The mystery itself is really interesting. There’s all kinds of secrets and jealousies. There’s plenty of motives and any number of subjects.
~I Wish I Lived In a Library
This is a charming and delicious murder mystery that will keep you wanting more.The cast of characters take this story to epic proportions with a twist that will leave you stunned at the end.
~Shelley’s Book Case
Frankly, I really like the town and its people. It’s that, along with Archer’s well-constructed plots and good pacing, that makes the Soup Lover’s Mystery series one of my favorite American cozies.
~The Bookwyrm’s Hoard
I really liked Lucky she and her crew work well together and she brings the story out for you to want to turn the pages and keep reading.
~Bab’s Book Bistro
There were so many twists and turns and so many suspects, I just could not put this book down because I needed to know what happened next.
~Melina’s Book Blog
Once again author Connie Archer has penned a magnificent installment in the Soup Lover’s Mysteries. A CLUE IN THE STEW is a perfectly plotted murder mystery that kept me guessing right up until the wonderful, action filled reveal!
~Lisa K’s Book Reviews
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A Clue in the Stew:
A Soup Lover’s Mystery

Cozy Mystery
5th in Series
Mass Market Paperback: 320 pages
Publisher: Berkley (April 5, 2016)
ISBN-13: 978-0425273128


Soup shop owner Lucky Jamieson stirs up more trouble in the latest mystery from the national bestselling author of Ladle to the Grave…
When Lucky Jamieson opens up By the Spoonful to host an event with a famous author, she’s not expecting a bunch of nuts to descend on her small-town soup shop. But the author’s exasperating entourage—from a prickly publicist to a snippy son and his tipsy wife—give fresh meaning to the phrase, too many cooks spoil the broth.
The evening is more than spoiled, however, when it ends with a homicide. When the manner of the murder—as well as another recent unsolved crime—echoes the author’s fiction, Police Chief Nate Edgerton realizes he has a copycat killer on his hands. And Lucky hopes that one of her regular customers who has mysteriously gone missing isn’t involved. Once again, the soup shop owner will need to stir up some clues to find her friend and catch a cunning killer—before things really take a tureen for the worse…


 Connie Archer is the national bestselling author of the Soup Lover’s Mystery series from Penguin Random House (Berkley Prime Crime).  A Spoonful of Murder, A Broth of Betrayal, A Roux of Revenge, Ladle to the Grave and A Clue in the Stew are all set in the imaginary village of Snowflake, Vermont.  Connie was born and raised in New England and now lives on the other coast.  You can visit her at www.ConnieArcherMysteries.com
Author Links
Website:  www.conniearchermysteries.com
Facebook:  www.Facebook.com/ConnieArcherMysteries
Twitter:  @SnowflakeVT
Purchase Links
Barnes & Noble:  http://bit.ly/1O6lVOs
"A Clue in the Stew" by author Connie Archer is the newest and also one of my favorite books in the series called "A Soup Lover's Mystery." This time Lucky Jamieson, who has a restaurant decides to have an author hold a meeting at her store. He doesn't come alone though. The author brings his son and his wife who are not too nice. The meeting goes from bad to worse and ends with someone ending up dead at the end. The Police Chief thinks that he has seen this kind of murder before. Now, Lucky is in a hurry to find out who the murderer is and where one of her customers has gone. Is he hiding for a reason? She has be fast before something happens to her or someone else. I really liked this storyline. I was given this book for a review and all opinions are mine. I give this book a 5/5.
Tour Participants
March 21 – I Wish I Lived in a Library – Review
March 22 – View from the Birdhouse – Interview
March 23 – Babs Book Bistro – Review, Guest Post
March 24 – Shelley’s Book Case – Review
March 25 – The Bookwyrm’s Hoard – Review, Guest Post
March 26 – Melina’s Book Blog – Review
March 27 – A Blue Million Books – Interview
March 28 – Lisa Ks Book Reviews – Review
March 29 – A. Holland Reads– Spotlight
March 30 – 3 Partners in Shopping, Nana, Mommy, &, Sissy, Too! – Review
March 31 – The Book’s The Thing – Review
April 1 – Back Porchervations – Review
April 2 – Cinnamon, Sugar and a Little Bit of Murder – Review
April 3 – Brooke Blogs – Review, Guest Post
April 4 – Mystery Playground – Interview

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  1. I'm looking forward to reading this one. I have really enjoyed the previous books in the series and this one is getting just as many great reviews.

    1. Hi Peggy ~ thanks for visiting today and thanks to 3 Partners in Shopping too! Best of luck and I'm so happy everyone seems to really like Clue!

  2. Replies
    1. Hi Becky ~ thanks for stopping by today! Clue in the Stew was a lot of fun to write too. Best of luck!

  3. Glad to hear this got a 5-star review from you. Looking forward to reading it myself.

    1. Hi Nada ~ thanks for friending and following! Hope you enjoy the adventures in Snowflake, VT!

  4. Thank you for the giveaway. The book sounds great!