• No Grater Crime

  • Country Store Mystery Series, Book 9
  • By: Maddie Day
  • Narrated by: Laural Merlington
  • Length: 8 hrs and 12 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (28 ratings)

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Robbie Jordan's Pans 'N Pancakes boasts delicious eats and the best vintage cookware finds in South Lick, Indiana. And now, for a limited time, there's a new special featured on the menu - murder!

Ever since meeting the wary owners of an antique shop opening across the street, Robbie has been scrambling to manage weird incidences plaguing her cafe and country store. Pricey items vanish from shelves without explanation, a fully equipped breakfast food truck starts lingering around the area each morning, and loyal diners mysteriously fall ill. When an elderly man dies after devouring an omelet packed with poisonous mushrooms, Robbie must temporarily close down Pans 'N Pancakes and search for the killer with a real zest for running her out of business - or else.

©2021 Edith Maxwell (P)2021 Tantor

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Dialect is all wrong

I love these stories and characters. My distaste with this series has grown from an incessant use of an Appalachian dialect that just isn't true for most of the us in southern Indiana. Yes, we do have a bit of a southern accent, and we throw in a few idioms, but we in no way talk like Buck, Adele, or any of the other characters who use turn of the 20th century Appalachian terms and phrases. My 90-year-old mother in law might have been closest to this, but my 95 year old mother living in one of the towns mentioned in this series speaks in a very midwestern, grammatical style that seldom employees any of Buck's annoying phrases. By book 10, Robbie is even talking this way! I can say for myself, and perhaps other fellow southern Indiana residents, that these characters seem condescending and insulting to us. Maddie - I know you lived in southern Indiana, and I suspect you know better. Please try to draw more authentically on the citizens who really live and work in southern Indiana, and leave out the characterizations.

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loved the story

this was a very good book it kept me entertained while I painted. can't wait to listen to the next one