The Proof in the Pudding: Prudence Bulstrode 2 - Prudence Bulstrode (Hardback)Rosemary Shrager (author)
Culinary sleuth Prudence Bulstrode returns in Shrager's irresistible second slice of cosy crime, as the local vagabond is found entombed in a snowman on the night of the Scrafton Busk midwinter feast.
Preparing a midwinter's feast for all hundred residents of the little Yorkshire village of Scrafton Busk is exactly the kind of challenge Prudence Bulstrode adores.
A chance to show off her muffin-topped winter stew, lamb shank hotpot and Scarborough woof - and, of course, her famous figgy pudding - is just the thing to shake off the winter blues.
But on the night of the feast, local vagabond Terry Chandler is found dead - his body entombed in the pristine snowman standing pride of place on the village green. Who could have wanted Chandler dead?
Why would they stow his body in such strange circumstances? And what is the meaning of his last enigmatic message, directing his brother to Mystery Hills, a place of which no one has ever heard?
Crime and cookery continue to collide as Prudence and her granddaughter Suki get drawn into another mystifying murder.
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Number of pages: 352
Weight: 562 g
Dimensions: 236 x 166 x 36 mm
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Really enjoying Rosemary's new cozy crime series likeable characters and terrific plot. Love Prudence helping out at Tan Inn pub - very funny.
Another excellent and well written tale for Prudence Bulstrode and her granddaughter Suki. The descriptions of the food are very well described. It certainly makes you you feel hungry. The mystery plot is also well... More
“A Brilliant Yorkshire-based Cozy”
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