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Just Plain Pickled to Death (Pennsylvania Dutch, #4) A Well Preserved CorpseA Twenty Year Old Barrel Of Genuine Pennsylvania Dutch Sauerkraut Isn T Magdalena Yoder S Idea Of A Great Wedding Present From Her Future Father In Law Especially When It Has A Corpse In It And It Sure Puts Mennonite Born Magdalena, Owner Of The Picturesque PennDutch Inn, In A Pickle She Has Just One Week Before She Ties The Knot With The Man Of Her Dreams And This Bride Of Forty Four Will Allow Nothing To Delay Her Nuptials, Even Murder.Of Course, Magdalena Recognizes The Victim, Who Is As Well Preserved As A Gherkin It S Her Fianc S Cousin Sarah, Who S Been Missing For Years Soon Magdalena S Inn Is Filled With Unwanted Guests Eccentric Aunts And Loopy Uncles Of The Deceased And Magdalena Shrewd As She Is Peppery Suspects One Of Them Is The Killer Now She Is Over A Barrel, Blowing The Lid Off A Mystery Two Decades Old, And Digging Up A Scandal That May Shake Her Amish Hometown To The Bedrock And Send Her To A Funeral Her Own Instead Of Her Wedding Day


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10 thoughts on “Just Plain Pickled to Death (Pennsylvania Dutch, #4)

  1. says:

    When I need a no brainer mystery, I read Tamar Myers I love her sense of humor and her descriptions of people and religions Who else would think of having someone find a body that had been dead for 20 years in a barrel of sour kraut Here is a description of one character Melvin has bulging eyes that operate independantly of each other, only one of several features that make him look like a praying mantispeople claim that Melvin was kicked in the head by a bull he tried to milk When I need a no brainer mystery, I read Tamar Myers I love her sense of humor and her descriptions of people and religions Who else would think of having someone find a body that had been dead for 20 years in a barrel of sour kraut Here is a description of one character Melvin has bulging eyes that operate independantly of ea...


  2. says:

    The story of this book is about the week leading up to the marriage of Magdalena Yoder and Aaron Yoder The book starts with the discovery of a body in a barrel of sauerkraut given as a wedding gift from her future fath...


  3. says:

    Great series The characters are all a bit goofy and throwing a strange word your way Laugh out loud funny.


  4. says:

    This is the 4th book in the series I ve actually surprised myself by reading this many and evensurprising is that I plan to continue Magdalena seems such a prickly, ill tempered and cold person and yet, there s a strength and even an odd sort of goodness that compels me to want to read .In this novel, we meet her fiance Aaron s aunties who are also referred to as the Beeftrust We assume it is due to their size given Magdalena s description of them, but later find out there is an This is the 4th book in the series I ve actually surprised myself by reading this many and evensurprising is that I plan to continue Magdalena seems such a prickly, ill tempered and cold person and yet, there s a strength and even an odd sort of goodness that compels me to want to read .In this novel, we meet her fiance Aaron s aunties who are also referred to as the Beeftrust We assume it is due to their size given Magdalena s description of them, but later find out there is another reason All auntie s having quite different personalities, I found myself reacting to each one much the same way as Magdalena did So what does that say about me Prickly, ill tempered, and cold The mystery was good less formulaic than the previous three in the series The humor was outrageous Twice I got an extremely long case of the giggles and as a matter of fact laughed until the tears ran down my face This is where there is room for an interesting debate how funny would Mag...


  5. says:

    This must be one of the author s first books, if not the first book in this Mennonite mystery series As the main protagonist is a Mennonite woman, the author inserts Mennonite and Amish culture into a basic mystery story The main character, a Mennonite woman with a younger, crazy sister who does not follow the Mennonite ways and lifestyle, owns a bed an...


  6. says:

    Just Plain Pickled to Death Pennsylvania Dutch Mystery by Tamar Myers5.0 out of 5 stars Just Plain Fun , November 9, 2013 I started reading this series a few books ago and plan on continuing with the Pennsylvania Dutch series until the end Love it This latest entry for me that is is a hoot The fun is just beginning when Magdalena s futur...


  7. says:

    Magdalena Yoder, the owner of the Penn Dutch Inn is finally getting married Not only is she busy planning her wedding, and dealing with her future husband s relatives who are staying at the Inn, but her future father in law gives her a barrel of sauerkraut as a wedding gift, which contains the remains of Aaron the groom s cousin who has been missing for 20 years Magdalena doesn t want anything to spoil her wedding and tries to find the killer before the day of her wedding As always, Myers f Magdalena Yoder, the owner of the Penn Dutch Inn is finally getting married Not only is she busy planning her wedding, and dealing with her future husband s relatives who are staying at the Inn, but her future father in law gives her a barrel of sauerkraut as a wedding gift, which contains the remains of Aaron the groom s cousin who has been missing for 20 years Magdalena doesn t want anything to spoil her wedding and tries to find the killer before the day of her wedding As alway...


  8. says:

    I finished this last night It was a good book Strange but kept my interest It is about Pennsylvania Dutch people There are receipes throughout the book, although I did not find any that were interesting enough to copy It was a mystery and I had no idea who dun it It was a fast read and something I didn t really have to think about Right now it seems to be the only kind of book that appeals to me.I don t want to have to think about what I m reading or try to figure out what the author is t I finished this last night It was a good book Strange but kept my interest It is about Pennsylvania Dutch people There are receipes throughout the book, although I did not find any that were interesting enough to copy It was a mystery and I had no idea who dun it It was a fast read and something I didn t really have to think about Right now it seems to be the only kind of book that appeals to me.I don t want to have to t...


  9. says:

    This was a humorous, entertaining cozy mystery The narrator is Magdalena Yoder,a Mennonite, and she is finally getting to marry the man of her dreams She finds herself having to solve two twenty year old murders before the festivities can begin.Her husband to be has five uncles and their wives who come early and stay at Magdalena s inn, the Penn Dutch Each of these people has their own quirks and problems, and possibly,...


  10. says:

    Magdalena s long awaited wedding day is a week away when a body is found in a barrel of pickled sauerkraut, and Magdalena is going to do whatever she can to see this murder is solved fast This is the fourth book in the Pennsylvania Du...


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