Sprinkles of Suspicion (Cupcake Catering Mystery, #1) by Kim Davis is the first book in a new series.
I enjoyed reading this book. There were several interesting characters and nuances to the storyline. One favorite character was Tillie, even though she had a very small part in the book, but she was quite feisty and straight forward in her demeanor. I hope to see more of her in future books.
I liked the main character, Emory, and I felt she was a solid character who did not make any unnecessary or silly decisions or moves that often occur in cozy mysteries.
The one character that I did not like was Emory's mother, but I believe it was written that way to show how Emory evolves during the story. The mother was intrusive and didn't listen, but she was helpful at a crucial time.
The mystery in Sprinkles of Suspicion was done so well. I had no clue who was involved or how it would turn out.
Piper, the dog, was a nice addition. And the recipes at the end of the book sound so yummy!
I am looking forward to more books in this series and from this author.
Until next time, happy reading, and have a wonderful day.