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Susannah Hardy
Susannah Hardy thinks she has the best job in the world: making up stories and inventing recipes to go along with them. A native of northern New York, where she attended St. Lawrence University, Susannah now lives in Connecticut with her husband, teenaged son, and Elvira the Wonder Cat. You can... show more



Susannah Hardy thinks she has the best job in the world: making up stories and inventing recipes to go along with them. A native of northern New York, where she attended St. Lawrence University, Susannah now lives in Connecticut with her husband, teenaged son, and Elvira the Wonder Cat. You can visit her online at www.susannahhardy.com. To receive advance notice about releases and special sales, subscribed to Susannah's newsletter.

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Mystereity rated it 3 years ago
See this and all of my reviews at Mystereity ReviewsWith The Bonaparte House closed for the season and her mother in law gone for the winter, Georgie is looking forward to a relaxing winter; having a some long needed work done on the restaurant's bathrooms, catching up on her reading and plans to th...
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Mystereity rated it 4 years ago
I've been looking forward to reading book 2 of the Greek To Me series and it didn't disappoint. Olive or Let Die picks up where the first book left off, with Georgie's soon-to-be-ex-husband Spiro working on opening a diner with his new boyfriend, Inky and Georgie's romance with Coast Guard captai...
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Mystereity rated it 4 years ago
I've been looking forward to reading this and it didn't disappoint. Olive or Let Die picks up where the first book left off, with Georgie's soon-to-be-ex-husband Spiro working on opening a diner with his new boyfriend, Inky and Georgie's romance with Coast Guard captain Jack blossoming nicely. T...
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Mystereity rated it 5 years ago
Not bad for the first in a series. Good plot and pacing, had a lot of twists and turns and kept me turning pages. The characters, especially the MC, needed a little more fleshing out to make them more than one dimensional. Also, the usage of the phrase "etty-six" in the first few chapters was conf...
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