"Being an author is like being in charge of your own personal insane asylum." Graycie Harmon
Friday, April 13, 2012
Josi S. Kilpack, Banana Split: A Culinary Mystery
From the back cover of the book: Sadie Hoffmiller has survived eighteen months of nonstop adventures filled with murder, deceit, and danger. She could really use some rest—and maybe even some time to heal—relaxing in the tropical paradise of Kaua'i. However, palm trees and sunshine are not as effective a medication as Sadie had hoped. And when she finds herself entangled—literally—with a dead body, she is forced to face the compounding fears and anxieties that are making her life so difficult to live.
Her determination to stay out of danger and to focus on overcoming her anxieties soon takes a backseat when she meets eleven-year-old Charlie, the son of the woman whose body she discovered near Anahola Beach. Charlies has some questions of his own about what happened to his mother, and he is convinced that only Sadie can help him. If only Sadie were as confident in her abilities as Charlie is.
With the help of her best friend and a local social worker, Sadie dives into another mystery with the hope that, at the end, she'll be able to find the peace and closure that has eluded her.
Beloved author, Josi Kilpack, has done it again! Her stories and characters are unforgettable, keeping readers on the edge of their seats and staying up till all hours of the night until they reach the last page, finally able to breath again. I highly recommend this book! Fans who already love this series won't be disappointed and those who haven't yet read Josi's books will be thrilled to add another author to their "favorites" list.
My greatest claim to fame is my family. I am married to my prince charming and have four awesome children. This year I experienced the joy of becoming a grandmother to my sweet baby girl Halle. I love to travel and I love to write books.