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Dairy-Free Death By P.D. Workman Dairy Free Death Erin thought that after Angela Plaint s murder was solved everything would settle back to normal in Bald Eagle Falls and she could become part of the Norman Rockwell lifestyle But the peaceful life t
  • Title: Dairy-Free Death
  • Author: P.D. Workman
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  • Page: 397
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  • Dairy-Free Death By P.D. Workman Erin thought that after Angela Plaint s murder was solved, everything would settle back to normal in Bald Eagle Falls and she could become part of the Norman Rockwell lifestyle But the peaceful life that she had pictured remains elusive as her family s past and her own past come knocking on her door Between running the bakery and dealing with her interpersonal relationshErin thought that after Angela Plaint s murder was solved, everything would settle back to normal in Bald Eagle Falls and she could become part of the Norman Rockwell lifestyle But the peaceful life that she had pictured remains elusive as her family s past and her own past come knocking on her door Between running the bakery and dealing with her interpersonal relationships, Erin doesn t have a lot of time to spend delving into Auntie Clem s genealogical records, but her chances at a happy future in Bald Eagle Falls may depend on it.
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    1. P.D. Workman

      Award winning novelist P.D Workman writes riveting young adult suspense fiction about mental illness, addiction, and abuse For as long as P.D Workman can remember, the blank page has held an incredible allure After a number of false starts, she finally wrote her first complete novel at the age of twelve It was full of fantastic ideas It was the spring board for many stories over the next few years P.D Workman is a devout wife and a mother of one, born and raised in Alberta, Canada She is a homeschooler and an Executive Assistant She has a passion for art and nature, creative cooking for special diets, and running She love to read, to listen to audio books, and to share books out loud with her family She is a technology geek with a love for all kinds of gadgets and tools to make her writing and work easier and fun In person, she is far less well spoken than on the written page and tends to be shy and reserved with all but those closest to her.

    359 thoughts on “Dairy-Free Death”

    1. My second read from author P.D Workman the first was so good I had to read another immediately , although I own several of her books I d never gotten around to reading one and after I d acquired Auntie Clem s Bakery 3 I wanted to read the first two books in the series before reading it, I really don t like to read books out of sequence Dairy Free Death is extremely well written, the characters well developed I m a character reader, I get into the characters Who and what they are Why they do the [...]


    2. Dairy Free Murder part 2 was a real good read I like the way you are guessing trying to get one step ahead of the writer Workman does a good job of weaving different mysteries int one story and only giving you the answer to one Can hardly wait to read 3 to see if my guesses are right Keep up the good work.CheersLynn


    3. Erin felt like she finally belonged in Bald Eagle Falls Vic was working out great at the bakery and there sharing her home Then another mystery and murder happen Secrets and black mail and murder keep Erin and officer Terry busy and the towns people talking


    4. I really enjoyed this newest book in the series Many twists and sub plots that make me anxious for the next one Would make a great Hallmark series Recommended


    5. Could have been betterThis was kind of rushed toward the end I thought I still enjoyed it, especially the descriptions of the inn and the food.


    6. This was terrific At first I worried that it would be yet another cozy involving food and animals But it is so much than that Now I can t wait to go back and read the first one



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