Cupcakes, Lies, and Dead Guys

Cupcakes Lies and Dead Guys Moving from Wisconsin to sunny Los Angeles was the frosting on the cake of Annie Graceland s perfect life Her boutique bakery business was blossoming she was happily married to a handsome ambitious

  • Title: Cupcakes, Lies, and Dead Guys
  • Author: Pamela DuMond
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 475
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  • Moving from Wisconsin to sunny Los Angeles was the frosting on the cake of Annie Graceland s perfect life Her boutique bakery business was blossoming, she was happily married to a handsome, ambitious actor, and they were planning to have a baby Besides her derelict friends, the only thing that got Annie in serious trouble was her smidge of psychic ability feeling otherMoving from Wisconsin to sunny Los Angeles was the frosting on the cake of Annie Graceland s perfect life Her boutique bakery business was blossoming, she was happily married to a handsome, ambitious actor, and they were planning to have a baby Besides her derelict friends, the only thing that got Annie in serious trouble was her smidge of psychic ability feeling other people s sensations in her own body She hated experiencing someone else s peanut butter addiction, foot fetish, or murderous rage Thank God, her psychic curse only kicked in when she was stressed When Annie discovers her husband is possibly cheating with oh so famous, self help author, Dr Fuller, Fuller ends up dead, poisoned with one of Annie s signature cupcakes, and she becomes a prime murder suspect When the not so good Doctor s ghost doesn t pass to the After Life and is stuck on earth, Fuller decides to recruit, aka, haunt , a live personal assistant to investigate and bring his killer to justice Who better to help than Annie Now Annie is not only stuck with the most irritating ghost in the world, but is forced to spy on, and infiltrate the lives of Hollywood s elite the motley crew of suspects who wanted Fuller dead Was it the porn star, the trophy wife, the talent manager, the personal trainer Will Annie survive the L.A whackos who wanted Fuller dead before she is whacked by the real killer
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    • Farren says:

      This the dumbest fucking book I've ever read.It tried so hard to be funny and just completely failed. Annie was supposed to be zany and quirky but her behavior was outlandish and unrealistic instead. She's a 40 year old baker who smokes, eats pastries all day, can't even perform a lunge (Seriously? A lunge? Even first graders do lunges in PE class!), but somehow she has this rockin' bod that no man can resist. Bad dialogue, bad writing, overall just plain ridiculous, and actually includes multip [...]

    • Stuart says:

      A First-Rate Mystery with all the Ingredients When I heard the buzz about, Cupcakes, Lies, and Dead Guys my curiosity was piqued. Such a quirky title sounded like a lot of fun. And the author delivers a well-plotted mystery with an extra helping of humour infused throughout the pages. We follow, Annie Graceland. Whose idyllic life suddenly changed when her cheating husband, Dr. Fuller, was found dead. Annie a bakery proprietor and psychic became prime murder suspect as the cause of death was one [...]

    • Pamela says:

      Since I am the author of this book, I liked it. Hah! "A hilarious read, a well plotted mystery. I can't wait to see these characters again!" - Carla Shamberg, Executive Producer of Erin Brockovich, the movie.

    • Adrienne Testa says:

      This story had potential of being funny as the mystery was being solved. But, the author went over the top with the slap stick and zany behavior of the main female character. Leading the reader to wonder why they picked up the book in the first place.

    • Jo Wood says:

      Funny, witty, good lite read!!!!!

    • Brandy ONeal says:

      So funny! Poor Ms. Graceland. She is someone I'd like to be friends with. Plus she bakes! The empath gift is a little strange but I'd stand by my friend and help her figure it out.

    • Jenny says:

      It's not often a mystery offers a wit, snark, and a glimpse into the human condition but Pamela DuMond's CUPCAKES, LIES & DEAD GUYS does all three. It exposes us to a culture not everybody's familiar with--at least not on such an intimate level--and gives us a heroine who often says the things the rest of us are thinking. A fun, witty romp from an author I want to get to know better. The recipes are a fun touch--just enough to make you hungry! I almost started to cook after reading one of th [...]

    • Cindy says:

      Great book!!! Well done, Kudos Pamela. I read cupcakes, lies & dead guys, also Cupcakes sales & cocktails, and Cupcakes, pies and Hot guys. All were wonderful mysteries. I totally love the fact that there were recipes included!!!! Pamela you have become my new favorite author. Keep up the great detective writing and story plotting. Thank you for a super read. Cindy

    • Breanne Braddy says:

      Let's start with the cover, how can you not love it? It's witty, sarcastic, and frankly, brilliant. Plus, the title is fantastic. DuMond has a way with words, and a way with humor. This book has a little bit of everything; love, laughter, mysteryd of course, food (who doesn't love food?) Check this book out, you won't regret it!!

    • Vicki says:

      This was a fun read. I enjoyed the main characters and am very glad I am not an empath! I will be adding the second book in the series to my TBR list.Edited to correct typos. I must have done the review on my phone! :-D

    • Becky says:

      Read this is one day! A sick day home from work. Totally enjoyed it. A mystery put together well, intertwined with a bit of super natural, good friends and the quest for love/ happiness!On to the novella next!

    • Susan James says:

      It's 1:40AM and I just finished Cupcakes, Lies and Dead Guys and I want MORE right now. I loved this book and can't wait to share it and the sequels with my friends. Funny and a good mystery. I usually know whodunnit early in the game not this one. Bravo, Pamela Dumond!

    • Amy Sperry says:

      An interesting murder mystery with a jump into the paranormal. The characters are likable and witty. The begining was a little confusing because it jumped through the characters so quickly but once I got everyone sorted I enjoyed it. I am curious to see where this series goes from here.

    • Laura Schultz says:

      Have read most of Cupcakes, Lies and Dead Guys and am still laughing and intrigued. I highly recommend it from this wonderful novelist!

    • Nancy Bradford says:

      I thourghly enjoyed this book. I look forward to more adventures of Annie.

    • Kristin Humphreys says:

      A little different than what I'm used to reading, but that definitely made it fun to read!

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    • Mav says:

      Stilted prose, stilted dialouge. Good premise, but author is unable to execute it in a manner that reads as funny. Instead, prose is just clunky and dead and the dialogue unrealistic.

    • Paula says:

      Fun, entertaining mystery with lots of spins. I would give at least 3.5 stars. A little wordy in places.

    • Sally Chappell says:

      Light fun reading

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    • Lyz says:

      I can not get into this book. Have put it away and will try again later.

    • Tina says:

      Annie is a baker with a fledgling business, a husband who may have cheated, and a ghost who can't move on until she helps solve his murder. That she's implicated in the murder may make things a bit more difficult.This was a less-than-satisfying mystery due to the slapstick "comedy," and juvenile dialogue and descriptions. Also, the author has a thing for commas -- she throws one in every 12 words or so. I bought this first-in-the-series because I had picked up the next two for free. I'm not real [...]

    • Laurie says:

      Cupcakes, Lies, and Dead Guys Annie Graceland Mystery #1by Pamela DuMond, I read this as a fluffy book something to kill time and I got what I was in for for the better half of the book, but something happened closer to the end I kinda started liking it and the characters starter becoming likable. I feel like writing skills got better as I read which kinda makes me want to read the next so I guess I'll see if this because a series to follow.

    • Rachael Tolliday says:

      Terrible book my kindle said it would take 4 hrs to read, was so bad took me 6 days to get through it dreaded picking it up. An eleven year old could have written better, it was not a well written book at all, didn’t flow, whole story could have been 500 word or less. Lots of spelling mistakes too. Really sorry but hated it. Gutted I bought the second one, won’t be reading it.

    • Lornaj says:

      A laugh a minuteWith characters like the main character and Dr. Fuller the storyline has no other place to go but up! Fun read

    • Catharine Muskus says:

      Fun readPretty silly but if you are looking for a mindless pleasant type of book to escape into this will fit the bill.

    • Dana G. Schultea says:

      Cute storyFun and easy read. I would definitely read the next book in this series. The characters are great. I enjoyed it.

    • Cynthia says:

      I found this a bit hard to get into, but after the first chapter it was fine. Although the story was clever and fun it needed some major editing. Usually this doesn't bother me as much as some, but in this instance some of the problems were so egregious I actually had to re-read sentences more than once to get the meaning. Commas where they shouldn't have been, others that weren't there at all and should have been. Reminded me of "Eats Shoots and Leaves" vs "Eats, Shoots, and Leaves" - seriously [...]

    • Rabid Readers Reviews says:

      Annie Graceland is a fairly typical cozy character. She kind of falls into her mystery and as she's the main suspect in a very personal case (the death of her husband's lover). Annie receives photographic proof of her husbands infidelity while on the table in her doctor's office. Not just any doctor, of course, the Gynocologist! Wacky, right? To add to the fun, her husband isn't just cheating on her, he's cheating on her with a man. The real twist is when her husband's thong clad lover, Derrick [...]

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