Hedy, along with her bakery, was known as The Gingerbread Hag. Pies, muffins, cookies, and brownies—those were her specialty.
The town she lived in had an eclectic bunch of characters, but, unfortunately, none were too memorable. Story had a lagging pace, and I couldn’t always follow it. The community struck me as rather drab, to be honest. Nothing was too scintillating.
I thought that this would be an interesting mystery, but I just couldn’t get into it.
My rating: 2 stars