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A Catered Wedding By Isis Crawford

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Well, here I am doing another review on another mystery book that I've read. This one is entitled "A Catered Wedding" and is written by Isis Crawford.

In "A Catered Wedding", we join sisters Bernie and Libby Simmons on their adventures as caterers and running a store called A Taste of Heaven. Bernie and Libby are hired to cater the wedding of Leeza Sharp. No expenses have been spared for this affair because of the fact that Leeza's fiance is rich, so the wedding will be quite elaborate. Bernie and Libby have prepared a wonderful menu and are in the process of delivering it to the affair and setting up when they find the bride shot in the heart with an arrow. Uh oh, this wasn't part of the wedding day plans. Bernie and Libby have been known to do a little bit of detective work in the past, and they are off and running to find out who hated Leeza enough to kill her on her wedding day. It doesn't help matters that the bride was not well liked, and the two sisters find a number of people (including the groom) who could have had a motive to kill Leeza. It's up to Bernie and Libby to find out who the killer is, which turns out to be no easy task.

Even though I did not enjoy this book as much as some of the other novels I have recently read by other authors, I still thought it was a fairly decent book. Isis Crawford has written a number of novels pertaining to the adventures of Bernie and Libby, and this novel also includes some recipes in the back of the book. One thing that I did find annoying in this book was the lack of punctuation, namely commas. It made many of the sentences run on very long without the use of commas to separate different thoughts. I found it to be a nuisance, but maybe I'm just being nit-picky.

If you are looking for some lighthearted reading, "A Catered Wedding" would probably fit the bill.