Review of Glazed Murder


Meet Suzanne Hart, owner and operator of Donut Hearts coffee shop in April Springs, North Carolina. After her divorce from Max, an out-of-work actor she’s dubbed “The Great Impersonator,” Suzanne decided to pursue her one true passion in life: donuts. So she cashed in her settlement and opened up shop in the heart of her beloved hometown.

But when a dead body is dumped on her doorstep like a sack of flour, Suzanne’s cozy little shop becomes an all-out crime scene. Now, everyone in town is dropping by for glazed donuts and gruesome details. The retired sheriff warns her to be careful—and they’re all suspects. Soon Suzanne—who finds snooping as irresistible as donuts—is poking holes in everyone’s alibis…  (Goodreads)


The characters are well rounded  and well developed.  Suzanne has opened a donut shop, which has been a dream of hers. But her dream becomes a nightmare when a customer is killed and dumped on her doorstep.  Now she has to figure out who did the deed so she can go back to making the donuts.

The writing style flows smoothly and the book is an easy read.  The author is talented in her descriptive writing and these descriptions helped pull me into the story from the beginning.  The mystery was well plotted and there were enough clues to consider and suspects to consider.  

I would recommend this book to anyone who enjous a well crafted cozy mystery.  I have a lot of books to catch up on.