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  1. Crime and Clutter - eBookeBOOK
    Crime and Clutter - eBook
    Cyndy Salzmann
    Howard Books / 2007 / ePub
    $8.22 Retail: $9.46 Save 13% ($1.24)
    5 Stars Out Of 5 10 Reviews
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    CBD Stock No: WW9044EB
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  1. 4 Stars Out Of 5
    May 17, 2008
    Stacey
    "Crime and Clutter" by Cyndy Salzmann is loaded with great recipes for everything from air freshener to sparkling juice to Mexican delights. I can't wait to make the Fruit Cocktail Cake! The recipes relate directly to what the characters in the story are doing/eating at the time. The story of Mary Alice's inheritance of a 1963 Volkswagon Minibus develops a bit slowly, but the characters are diverse and likable. Cyndy beautifully takes the reader from present to past and back again, weaving a story that keeps you interested by not revealing too much too soon. This was a very "hip" trip back to the `60s. I will definitely read this talented author's other work.
  2. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    February 7, 2008
    Michelle Stahnke
    Absolutely wonderful. Cyndy Slazmann is a wonderful writer. Her book will keep you hooked till the last page. Plan plenty of time, you will not want to put it down.
  3. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    October 29, 2007
    Jill Stanish
    Crime & Clutter was a wonderful diversion from looking at my own clutter. Ms. Salzmann crafts an entertaining story, skillfully weaving a tale of today as well as the past. It gives the reader food for thought in facing the realities of a past they might prefer to ignore. You'll laugh, cry and have some great new recipes to try!
  4. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    October 8, 2007
    Cathy Elliott
    I so enjoyed reading Cyndys cozy mystery, CRIME & CLUTTER, the second in the series. The first one was really a great read, and this one was even better. She did a great job of bringing the sixties to life. Denny and Alis story was compellingthough at first, I didnt want to leave the present day setting with the Friday Afternoon Club friends. But once I was introduced to Denny and Ali, I HAD to see what was happening in the commune! The writing was creative, sprinkled with Salzmanns sense of humor, and lovely phrases like fragile tendrils of dust that made me wish Id written them myself. Add in an abundance of tantalizing recipes and you have a treasure that is delicious in every way.
  5. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    July 24, 2007
    Deborah
    The 60s is my absolute favorite decade. I love the culture of that time period especially the music. I would have killed to be alive when the Beatles were popular. So when I heard about the premise for this story, I was excited to read it. And I was not disappointed. This story will give Baby Boomers and fans of the decade a time capsule of the events that happened. From the Beatnik years to the Summer of Love, the story reminds you of Forrest Gump as you happen to be in all the important events of the time. I really liked the articles that would appear at the beginning of the flashback chapters. They helped to make the story seem more real and place you during that time period. I thought it was interesting that the 60s was picked because, even though I think of it as history, in the literary world it is still modern time period. I really liked the chapters set during the Democratic National Convention. It's an even that gets skimmed over during high school history class so I was pleased to read about it from the protester point of view. The story of Mary Alice and her father was sad to read, having to learn to forgive. Very touching and moving. And then there are the recipes. My gosh, I could have gained a pound just from reading them. They all sound soooo good. I can't wait to try out some of them. They all look really easy to make with nothing too fancy so that anyone can cook them. So don't read this book on an empty stomach because after a few pages I guarantee you'll be raiding your fridge! The only complaint I have about the book is that with only one POV telling the story and so many women in the group, I feel like I haven't gotten to know some of the characters that well yet. Hopefully that will change in the upcoming books. Can't wait for them!
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