Body in the Cornflakes

Body in the Cornflakes Ted is having a rough time Just before Galaxy Foods grand reopening Ginger Jessup the store s glamorous TV promoter and the old owner s young girlfriend is found dead in the cereal section Ted pra

  • Title: Body in the Cornflakes
  • Author: K.K. Beck
  • ISBN: 9780804111751
  • Page: 211
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Ted is having a rough time Just before Galaxy Foods grand reopening, Ginger Jessup, the store s glamorous TV promoter, and the old owner s young girlfriend, is found dead in the cereal section Ted prays the killer is one of the old man s truly obnoxious relatives, but they ve all got allibis As for Ted s own staff, its seems there s murder on the shelf.

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    About "K.K. Beck"

    1. K.K. Beck

      Kathrine Kristine Beck Marris born 1950 , known mainly by her pen name of K K Beck, is an American novelist She has written over a dozen books, some of which were part of the Iris Cooper novel series and the Jane da Silva novel series.An early novel of hers, Death of a Prom Queen 1984 was written under the pen name of Marie Oliver She wrote a series of other novels, under the name K K Beck, such as The Revenge of Kali Ra in 1999 One of her most recent works, The Tell Tale Tattoo and Other Stories 2002 is a collection of short stories.She lives in Seattle, Washington, and was married to the crime writer Michael Dibdin, who died in 2007.Series Iris Cooper Jane Da Silva


    1. When the body of the grocery store owner’s fiancée is found dead behind the cereal display, assistant manager, Ted, finds himself drawn into the investigation of the murder. This little mystery introduces the reader to a colorful cast of characters. Could the murderer have committed the crime in a jealous rage? Or perhaps the killer was a family member who did not want the chance of his or her inheritance falling into the hands of a young bimbo. Could there be another, unknown motive all toge [...]

    2. Sure, the killer is obvious despite some simple plot twists, but this book is worth reading just for the accurate portrayal of the frustrations of being a retail worker. Oh, and it was really funny.

    3. Best if not taken too seriously; read it, enjoy it but don't think too hard about the intricacies of the plot. It's a fun lightweight book about the vagaries of a family run grocery chain in Seattle, told from the perspective of an outsider employee.

    4. Kind of goofy, but not all bad. Supermarket angst! If bodies showed up at my grocery store I would never shop there again!!!!

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