Wednesday, April 26

Death for Dessert by T. Dawn Richard

Review by Dawn Dowdle

May List leaves her doctor husband after 35 years of marriage due to his philandering.  She moves into a senior citizen complex miles away. 

She and her neighbor, Mrs. Berkowitz have some run ins.  Soon May realizes Mrs. Berkowitz knows things in May's past that no one could possibly know.  How?  When May buys a computer, Mrs. Berkowitz offers to help teach her how to use.  After the first lesson, May realizes she took a disk by accident.  She finds information about others on it.  She talks to some of her new friends in the complex and determines that Mrs. Berkowitz is blackmailing people with the information on the disk.   

When May tries to confront Mrs. Berkowitz about it, she finds her dead.  May and her friends decide to take matters into their own hands before calling the authorities.  Can they right the wrongs and find the killer? 

I thoroughly enjoyed this book.  It is very funny and I found it hard to put down.  I had to keep reading to find out who did and why.  May and her group of geriatric friends are a hoot, some more than others!  The characters are well written and so is the plot.  I can't wait for more in this series.  I highly recommend this book! 

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