When I first started reading this book, I thought a hoosier was either a person born in Indiana or a sports team. This is book 1 in the Vintage Kitchen Mystery series. I will read the second book to see if I want to continue the series. The characters didn't have as much spunk as some of my favorite books, but the book was still enjoyable.
A Hoosier to die for?When
vintage cookware and cookbook collector Jaymie Leighton spies an
original 1920s Hoosier brand kitchen cabinet at an estate auction, it’s
love at first sight. Despite the protests of her sister that the
19th-century yellow-brick house they share in Michigan is already too
cluttered with Jaymie’s “junk,” she successfully outbids the other
buyers and triumphantly takes home her Hoosier.
night on the summer porch where they’ve left the Hoosier to be cleaned
up, a man is murdered, struck on the head with the steel meat grinder
that is part of the cabinet. Who is this stranger—and what was he doing
on their porch? Does his death have anything to do with the Hoosier?
the police struggle to determine the man’s identity, Jaymie can’t help
doing a little digging on her own, accompanied by her three-legged
Yorkie Poo, Hopalong. But in her bid to uncover the truth about the
hidden secrets of the Hoosier, Jaymie may be the one who ends up going,