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Tres Leches Cupcakes

Written by: Josi S. Kilpack
Narrated by: Diane Dabczynski
Length: 9 hrs and 47 mins

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Publisher's Summary

Sadie Hoffmiller has relocated from Colorado to Santa Fe, New Mexico, and is starting a new job as an informant for the Bureau of Land Management on an archeological site. The sun and dirt blocks her initial excitement about the job, but she makes the best of it, using her baking prowess to help her gather background information on her fellow "dirt geeks." Being in the middle of nowhere and digging up artifacts from hundreds of years ago is supposed to keep Sadie out of trouble - until recent burials are found on the ancient site.

Before Sadie knows it, she's arrested for starting a bar fight, a new friend is missing, and she's worn out her welcome in Santa Fe in more ways than one. But when a trip to the annual hot air balloon fiesta in Albuquerque leads to even more danger, she begins to wonder if she'll ever be safe... from herself.

©2012 Josi S. Kilpack (P)2012 Shadow Mountain

Critic Reviews

"A delicious conconction of suspense and surprise." (Tristi Pinkston, author of the Secret Sisters Mysteries)
"Kilpack is a capable writer whose works have grown and taken on a life of their own. Tres Leches Cupcakes is an amusing and captivating addition to her creative compilations." (Mike Whitmer, Deseret News)

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  • awisewoman
  • 21-02-17

Fun and light read with mouthwatering recipes to boot!

Josie Kilpak always gives an entertaining story with lots of twists and turns. Enjoy reading about an 'old lady' who still has life in her....don't we all?

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  • Louise V
  • 25-11-15


STICKY....story drags...the reason for each complication is contrived...likable characters...nice narration doesn't hit the sweet tooth