Restaurant manager Dodie O’Dell’s themed food ideas have been called cute, clever, and delicious, but never revolutionary—until now. Dodie’s Windjammer Restaurant is stocking the Etonville Little Theatre’s concession stand with colonial-era desserts and drinks and a local playwright has adapted Thornton Wilder’s Our Town into Eton Town, shifting the story to colonial America and the founding of Etonville, New Jersey, shortly after the Revolutionary War. But on opening night, hours before the curtain rises, a stranger is found onstage with a knife in his chest. The theatre is now a crime scene and Dodie returns to the role of amateur sleuth to beat the backstage stabber to the punch—before someone else becomes history . . .
What a fun production! This has been my favorite of the series so far. Fast paced and kept me wanting to say I have to read one more chapter!
I always enjoy visiting the Windjammer and seeing what trouble the Etonville Little Theatre is cooking up. The antics of the actors and stage manager brings me back to the days when I was involved in theatre.
~Cozy Up With Kathy
Great new addition to this series. As the third book, the characters are well established and their personal lives are evolving nicely.
~Books a Plenty Book Reviews
Overall, I come to expect a great book when the latest Dodie mystery releases. They are charming, unique even in a cozy genre and come quick to the recall when recommending mysteries. This latest has left this reader eager for the next three books to arrive soon, and I will try to savor them, but I make no promises.
~Bibliophile Reviews (Bree Harron)
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