The Sudoku Puzzle Murders (Puzzle Lady #9)
Cora Felton, the Puzzle Lady (who actually couldn’t solve a crossword puzzle to save her life), is surprisingly good at sudoku, so it’s no problem when a Japanese publisher asks her to write a sudoku book. But when two Japanese publishers show up in Bakerhaven to vie for her services, Cora is a little confused. Which one did she actually sign with? Which one has the stun
Perhaps it was the entire premise of the tale: that elderly Cora Felton (think Miss Marple meets, um, Broom Hilda?) is living a lie as the tiny community of Bakerhaven's "crossword lady" -- it's her daughter who's the crossword puzzle expert and creator, Cora just pretends she creates and solvres them... so a bi...more
Finished, if it tells you anything, I forgot to read the last chapter of this book. It was convoluted and pretty boring....more
It's my own fault. Mum goes to the library and brings back a swathe of books and I'm prepared to read all of them.