This book was a great mixture of friends and past that brought Maggie to the island. ~Community Bookstop
This was such a fun and light-hearted read, I liked Maggie and her inept baking skills when she nearly burned down the cafe. ~CAROLE’S BOOK CORNER
This is a great first entry for this series. This is a new to me author, but I’ll definitely want to continue reading about the Movie Club. ~Book Babble
I was captivated from page 1 until the end! I am choppin’ at the bit to open up book 2 … ~The Journey Back
I enjoy a good mystery and this one is set on a small island in Ireland and is a place I wouldn’t mind visiting especially because the cafe is a refurbished theater – the kind you see in movies from the 50’s or you might see in a small town. It is a creative way to refurbish an abandoned movie theater! ~Storeybook Reviews
Genre: Cozy Mystery Date of Release: 13 April 2017 Number in Series: 1 Publisher: Beaverstone Press Number of Pages: 352
Movies. Muffins. Murder.
Maggie Doyle moved to Ireland to escape her cheating ex and crumbling career in the San Francisco PD. When the most hated woman on Whisper Island is poisoned at her aunt’s Movie Theater Café, Maggie and her rock-hard muffins are hurled into the investigation.
With the help of her UFO-enthusiast friend, a nun, and a feral puppy, Maggie is determined to clear her aunt’s name. Can she catch the murderer before they strike again? Or will her terrible baking skills burn down the café first?
Cozy, quirky, and fun, this tongue-in-cheek mystery is a delicious introduction to the Movie Club Mysteries Series. Grab a cocktail and join Maggie as she takes her detective skills across the pond in Dial P For Poison.
About The Author
USA Today bestselling author Zara Keane grew up in Dublin, Ireland, and spent her summers in a small town similar to the fictional Smuggler’s Cove, the setting of her new cozy mystery series.
She currently lives in Switzerland with her family. When she’s not writing or wrestling small people, she drinks far too much coffee, and tries – with occasional success – to resist the siren call of Swiss chocolate.