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Good Cast Iron Will Author Jessica Beck is a Book Jessica Beck is a pseudonym used by Tim Myers Jessica Beck is the penname of an author who has been nominated for the Agatha Awa

Good Cast Iron Will Author Jessica Beck is a Book Jessica Beck is a pseudonym used by Tim Myers.Jessica Beck is the penname of an author who has been nominated for the Agatha Award and named an Independent Mystery Booksellers Association national bestseller nearly a dozen times.Jessica Beck loves donuts, and has the figure to prove it It s amazing what people can convince themselves is all in the name of research For each recipe featured in the donut mysteries, a dozen are tried and tested When not concocting delicious treats, Beck enjoys the rare snowfalls near her home in the foothills of North Carolinacmillan author jessic. Introducing CAST IRON WILL, Book 1 in the brand new cozy mystery series, the Cast Iron Cooking Mysteries, from New York Times Bestselling Author Jessica Beck When a customer is murdered on the front porch of the Cast Iron Store and Grill with one of their favorite skillets, fraternal twins Pat and Annie must solve the crime, or they just might be next items on the killer Introducing CAST IRON WILL, Book 1 in the brand new cozy mystery series, the Cast Iron Cooking Mysteries, from New York Times Bestselling Author Jessica Beck When a customer is murdered on the front porch of the Cast Iron Store and Grill with one of their favorite skillets, fraternal twins Pat and Annie must solve the crime, or they just might be next items on the killer s to do list.. Bestseller Book Cast Iron Will Not overly impressed with this rather dull cozy featuring twins who feel the need to solve the standard murder that happened in their place of business. The ploy of alternating viewpoints of the twins was unnecessary and annoying. I was hoping for something new from this author but, unfortunately, it's the same tired formula with different characters.
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    Jessica Beck is a pseudonym used by Tim Myers.Jessica Beck is the penname of an author who has been nominated for the Agatha Award and named an Independent Mystery Booksellers Association national bestseller nearly a dozen times.Jessica Beck loves donuts, and has the figure to prove it It s amazing what people can convince themselves is all in the name of research For each recipe featured in the donut mysteries, a dozen are tried and tested When not concocting delicious treats, Beck enjoys the rare snowfalls near her home in the foothills of North Carolinacmillan author jessic

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  • Not overly impressed with this rather dull cozy featuring twins who feel the need to solve the standard murder that happened in their place of business The ploy of alternating viewpoints of the twins was unnecessary and annoying I was hoping for something new from this author but, unfortunately, it s the same tired formula with different characters.


  • Very good and the flow between twins in reading it is not hard.At first I didn t realize there were two different characters with two different views, but got it quickly and easily.I really like the place they work and the cabin.Enjoy.



  • A New Series that will have you wanting to learn about Cast Iron Skillets and Pans when you read Cast Iron Will book1 of CAST IRON COOKING MYSTERY by Jessica Beck this was a read that will put you in the mood to cook with Cast Iron Products Can t wait to read the second book.


  • Cast Iron Will Book 1This is the first book in a cozy mystery by Jessica Beck.I love this first book in the series The main characters are fraternal twins,Annie and Pat Their sister Kathleen is the town sheriff The twins run a grill and something like an old general store.The chapters alternate between the twins I thought that would bother me But found that I enjoyed the two different takes on the mystery.Can t wait for book two.


  • Initially, I didn t like the alternating narratives but I got used to it as I got further in the book What I really got tired of was the constant reminders that Pat Annie are twins Okaywe get it I did like the story, and I will read the next book it s already checked out of the library Hopefully, now that the characters, and their relationship to each other, are established the series will get better.


  • A bit too simpleAn interesting premise, mysteries involving twins But it was a bit too simple The characters didn t behave in a believable way This book was a disappointment to me , but perhaps I was expecting too much Since I bought the five book series, I have great expectations for the next ones.


  • Not bad, but I find that the alternating 1st person one chapter from one twin s perspective, the next one from the other twin to be very confusing, and I didn t like it I would have much preferred a 3rd person treatment if the author wanted to switch things around in the book.


  • StumpedI never expected the killer to be who it was Completely took me by surprise The book was okay by my standards Going to read another one and see if she, the writer, stumps me again.



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