Flamemco, Flan, and Fatalities- (A Happy Hoofers Mystery) by Mary Mc Hugh


Flamenco, Flan, and Fatalities is a story about 5 friends who are hired to entertain on a traveling through Spain with their flamenco style of dance. When a very nasty talk show host, Mr. Shambless is killed early on in the story, we are not short  on a list of suspects of killers. It actually appears that the only person who liked him was a tourist named Dora, who made a fuss over him the night before he was killed.

Flamenco, Flan, and Fatalities is the second book of the happy hoofer mystery series, the first was Chorus Lines, Caviar, and Corpses and is told from Tina Powell’s first person point of view. She is the leader of the happy hoofer. Flamenco, Flan, and Fatalities is told from Gini Miller’s standpoint or point of view, she is a documentary filmmaker. You don’t have to have read the first book Chorus Lines, Caviar, and Corpses to understand or know what is going on in this book, the writer has done a great job of subtilty joining the ideas of the two books together. The two books stand on their own very well. This book is well written, each chapter has recipes and photos at the end of every chapter. All of the characters are very well-developed and thought out. This is a fast read that keeps your attention from the first sentence to the very last. So pick it up and solve this mystery  for yourself.

– I was provided with a copy of this book from the publishers so I could read it and provide my unbiased opinion and review of this book.  All of my reviews are my own, they are honest and totally unbiased and unsolicited.


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Former Paramedic/Firefighter of over 18 years now stay at home mom, disabled, divorced. I love working with my pets, as well as doing volunteer work. This blog is about doing honest product reviews on any products sent to me from companies or sites to test and tryout their products. I am not paid for my opinion on these products, however I do get to keep the product I am testing and reviewing.

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