Magic, Lies, and Deadly Pies by Misha Popp
Publisher: Crooked Lane Books
Genre: Mystery & Thrillers
No. of Pages: 328
Date of Publication: 10 May, 2022
My Rating: 4 Stars
Sticking with the pie part of the title, I devoured this one and savored each page. This was the darker cozy mystery I didn’t know I was waiting for.
A vigilante pie maker gifted with magic who (without graphic language or violence) gives bad men what they deserve? A feminist book where men who are reprehensible predators get their richly deserved comeupannces? A book rife with such predators? Please and thank you - yes, yes, and one more for good measure.
The coziness of pies, and Noel’s orchard, apples, and cider made this a wonderful read on a perfect Autumn day (I read and reviewed this one November 2021).
I loved this story and I was so impressed that this is the author’s debut work; this is incredibly easy to read and is also wonderfully fun.
I am looking forward to reading the author’s future work and am so happy to learn that this is the beginning of a new super fun and cozy series!
Thanks to Crooked Lane Books and NetGalley for an eARC of this title. Opinions shared are influenced by nothing other than my reading experience.