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  • Title: Silence of the Jams
  • Author: Gayle Leeson
  • ISBN: 9781101990803
  • Page: 155
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • The new cozy mystery featuring Southern cooking from the author of TheCalamity Cafe It s Independence Day in Winter Garden, Virginia, and the residents are gearing up for their annual celebration The Down South Cafe is open and flourishing, and Amy Flowers is busy making pies and cakes for the holiday The only thorn in her side is Chamber of Commerce director George LThe new cozy mystery featuring Southern cooking from the author of TheCalamity Cafe It s Independence Day in Winter Garden, Virginia, and the residents are gearing up for their annual celebration The Down South Cafe is open and flourishing, and Amy Flowers is busy making pies and cakes for the holiday The only thorn in her side is Chamber of Commerce director George Lincoln, who is trying to buy the cafe so he can tear it down and build a BB on the site When George collapses while eating at the Down South, everybody assumes it s a heart attack until the autopsy declares it to be poisoning Now it s up to Amy to prove her innocence before her liberty is lost Includes delicious Southern recipes
    Silence of the Jams The new cozy mystery featuring Southern cooking from the author of TheCalamity Cafe It s Independence Day in Winter Garden Virginia and the residents are gearing up for their annual celebration The

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    1. One thing about reading this book it had my stomach growling from cover to cover All of the Southern comfort food Amy Flowers was cooking up made me so hungry.Winter Garden, Virginia, is a charming small town, and Amy owns the popular Down South Caf there Once again, Amy is thrown into a murder mystery when another suspicious death occurs in the restaurant, and this time the victim is her adversary George Lincoln, director of the Chamber of Commerce.This delightful cozy is part mystery, part fam [...]

    2. Absolutely delightful story with delectable recipes at the end Memorable characters you ll enjoy reading about and wish you could meet in real life I especially like the lovable Homer who always has a hero for the day who inspires him and me, too Amy Flowers has opened her remodeled restaurant, Down South Cafe, in fertile Winter Garden, Virginia a rural farmland area It s time for the Independence Day Festival and the townsfolk are getting into the spirit for celebrating The director of the Cham [...]

    3. First I sure wished I was part of Amy Flowers family, she could whip up a delicious meal in seconds, or was planning another.Miss Amy is kind to everyone including grumpy George Lincoln, but she sure didn t expect him to drop dead in her Caf Thus a new mystery is born and as we go through the list of suspects, I kept changing my mind, and when you think you are sure, guess again.There is a bit of sweet romance here, and an abundance of family, and everyone seems to be welcome at the dinner table [...]

    4. I love the Down South Cafe series It has endearingly quirky characters who feel like friends, a charming setting, hints of romance, mouthwatering food and a well plotted mystery to keep you guessing There s even a PURSE WHOMPING Which you know made my feisty heart happy haha In Silence of the Jams love that title , we also have a subplot involving addiction and the effect it has on families These scenes were written with sensitivity as well as authenticity, and the emotions that Amy s family wen [...]

    5. This is book two of the Down South Cafe Mystery series I did not read book 1 Calamity cafe Amy uses her inheritance from her grandmother and now owns the local cafe in Winter Garden, Virginia She s happy and doing well except for George who is trying to buy her building to demolish When he drops dead from poisoning in the diner she becomes the prime suspect until his cadre of files turns up with secrets from just about everyone in town The 4th of July is about to explode in this small delightful [...]

    6. Reviewed at The Power of Words bit 2nI6UcVSilence of the Jams is the first of Gayle Leeson s books that I ve read and it is excellent, a cozy mystery in the truest sense Gayle s writing is flows easily across the page, there s good character depth, the mystery is well plotted And of utmost importance to me and most of my blog followers, the story is totally clean Thank you, Gayle, for showing that excellence doesn t have to be compromised by profanity and graphic scenes This is 2 in the series, [...]

    7. Dollycas s ThoughtsI have been excited to read this story since I finished The Calamity Cafe back in December I donned my Down South Caf T shirt and started reading as as soon as the book arrived.We have returned to Winter Garden just in time for their Independence Day Celebration but before the fireworks even start there is drama at The Down South Caf Chamber of Commerce director George Lincoln has been a real pain in the butt for Amy He is still burning about his inability to buy her building [...]

    8. SILENCE OF THE JAMS gave me that down home, easy living feeling, but with murder With the wait finally over it felt like years I dived into this book, and didn t come up for air until I was finished Page after page I was captivated by this delightful cozy As with the first installment in this series, SILENCE OF THE JAMS was a fast moving mystery without one wasted word You know the kind of drag it out filler I m talking about Seriously, there was not one slow or boring part in this entire tale E [...]

    9. Warning reading to the very end of this delicious cozy may cause cravings for .And will probably encourage you to spend time in your kitchen,Besides a well disguised murderer we get a cast of characters with secrets and quirks.Amy Flowers is still trying to prove herself as the owner of The Down South Cafe Since the previous owner of the restaurant was murdered there it seems especially unlucky to have a patron drop dead right at the counter Amy and her family are right in the middle of the act [...]

    10. Silence of the Jams is my first book by this author and I really enjoyed it I didn t feel like I was missing any information by not reading the previous book in this series There are a lot of really likable characters in this book I loved the close knit family relationship between Amy, her mom, her cousin, and her Aunt Bess I m interested in reading the next book in this series to see if there is an update on Jackie s mother There were a couple instances where I felt like there was a little too [...]

    11. Silence Of The Jams is the second book in the A Down South Cafe Mystery series.Another enjoyable visit to the Down South Cafe and to visit with Amy, Jackie and Sarah at the cafe.The remodeling on the cafe has been completed and business has been good for Amy Then one morning George Lincoln, president of the Chamber of Commerce comes in for breakfast While eating his breakfast and chatting with Dr Kent, he falls off his stool and dies It appears that he has suffered a heart attack, but a waitress [...]

    12. When the most hated man in town drops over dead in the middle of eating a meal at the Down South Cafe, owner Amy Flowers finds herself being a possible murder suspect again After finding out that the victim kept folders with all the secrets on everyone in town the suspect list keeps getting longer and longer Add to that a relative with addiction problems shows up in town causing drama for Amy s family As in the first one there s good food, a murder mystery, a little romance, family, and a lot of [...]

    13. Southern cozy mystery fans, welcome back to Winter Garden, Virginia Silence of the Jams is an entertaining whodunit story with a southern twist In Silence of the Jams, the second book in the Down South Cafe Mystery Series, Author Gayle Leeson weaves an intriguing southern cozy murder mystery tale that follows The Down South Cafe chef owner Amy Flowers latest amateur sleuth adventures Amy draws the reader into her latest adventure when she finds herself a suspect in the murder of Commerce directo [...]

    14. Silence Of The JamsDown South Cafe Mystery, Book 2Gayle Leeson5 Stars Synopsis In the latest Southern cozy from the author of The Calamity Caf , small town chef Amy Flowers can t take her freedom for granted when she s served up as a murder suspect It s Independence Day in Winter Garden, Virginia, and the residents are gearing up for their annual celebration The Down South Caf is open and flourishing, and Amy Flowers is busy making pies and cakes for the holiday The only thorn in her side is Cha [...]

    15. Silence of the Jams is a wonderful second book in Gayle Leeson s Down South Cafe Mystery series After the murder in book 1, things have settled down in the small town of Winter Garden, VA The townsfolk are preparing for the Independence Day Festival, including Amy Flowers, owner of the newly remodeled Down South Cafe Her clientele is starting to build and Amy has several regulars that frequent the cafe for down home cooking When a well known citizen dies while dining at the cafe, Amy s reputatio [...]

    16. This small town is intriguing and the townsfolk are people I would want as my neighbors Well except the killers This second book is very delightful and of course I love that it is centered around a cafewhich means food Thankfully the author gives us some recipes at the end and I will be trying out a few of them.The mystery was well written and while I figured out the killer it wasn t really from any clues, but just a gut instinct This character just seemed to be up to something shady, and I was [...]

    17. The book is well written, I always give points for that Amy is a fun sleuth, just a nifty gal She has a knack for creating yummy and delightful goods along with running what sounds to be a beautiful cafe Only down fall is that it s fictional During the mystery Amy s family was having a bit of drama, I did feel that at times it was taking over the mystery, however, I enjoy depth and complex relationships to characters and series The best part was the mention of Sooki from Gil Girls, seriously I w [...]

    18. Over the weekend I read Silence of the Jams by Gayle Lesson I enjoyed this down south cafe mystery In book two we really get to know about Amy and her cousin, aunts and mom I loved the way this story unfolded and how realistic it felt An unlikely hero and a good mystery to solve, this one was a very good read I am happy to see the cafe doing so well in book two

    19. Amy Flowers is a wonderful Southern heroine for this cozy series Her cafe is a fun setting with an enjoyable cast of supporting characters This particular story takes several twists and turns as Amy works to solve the murder of the Chamber of Commerce director.There are some great recipes included at the end of the book for some of the dishes Amy whips up in her cafe I am already looking forward to book 3, Honey Baked Homicide, which releases the end of this year.

    20. openbooksociety article siSilence of the JamsDown South Cafe Mystery, Book 2By Gayle LeesonISBN 9781101990803Author Website gayleleesonBrought to you by OBS Reviewer JeanieSynopsis The new cozy mystery featuring Southern cooking from the author of The Calamity Cafe It s Independence Day in Winter Garden, Virginia, and the residents are gearing up for their annual celebration The Down South Cafe is open and flourishing, and Amy Flowers is busy making pies and cakes for the holiday The only thorn [...]

    21. This is the second in the Down South cafe series I had not read the first book, but I was easily able to pick up the various characters that had appeared in the first book and reappear here.In this book, Amy, our owner of the cafe, is serving breakfast to George Lincoln, who directs the local Chamber of Commerce and has wanted to buy the cafe for a long time this from book 1, even before Amy bought the cafe While eating his breakfast he has an apparent heart attack, but is able to almost whisper [...]

    22. The down home, Southern feel comes through author Gayle Leeson s delightful new release, SILENCE OF THE JAMS.Protagonist Amy Flowers is spunky and fierce, but still a bit vulnerable Her charming personality pops off the page and invites readers in The secondary characters are witty and entertaining giving depth to the story.The author blends the right amount of intrigue and suspense with friendship and family relationships for a well balanced read She demonstrates the close knit community frien [...]

    23. BACK OF THE BOOK BLURBSMALL TOWN SOUTHERN CHEF AMY FLOWERS CAN T TAKE HER FREEDOM FOR GRANTED WHEN SHE S SERVED UP AS A MURDER SUSPECT.It s Independence Day in Winter Garden, Virginia, and the residents are gearing up for their annual celebration The Down South Cafe is open and flourishing and Amy Flowers is busy making pies and cakes for the holiday The only thorn in her side is Chamber of Commerce director George Lincoln, who is trying to buy the cafe so he can tear it down and build a bed and [...]

    24. This is the second book in the Down South Cafe Series and I find that I enjoyed the characters just as much the second time around Amy is down to earth and the relationship with her mom, cousin and great aunt is terrific I have to say that I think I enjoyed Aunt Bess the most She is a feisty, fun person and says what she thinks There were a couple of instances where I chuckled out loud at her antics I think the author has done a terrific job with the character development so far They are all per [...]

    25. This is such a cute series The main character is so charmingly innocent, which could be a bit much if she wasn t balanced out by her less naive cousin In this book we get to know the family a bit and are introduced to Jackie s addict mother It adds an interesting dynamic to the family which gives them a little realistic shine Also, we see the progression of the romantic relationships, especially Ryan and Amy The mystery in this one was good although I pretty much knew who the murderer was from [...]

    26. Another good read in the Down South Cafe mystery series Amy is settling in nicely to her new cafe, however Chamber of Commerce director George Lincoln, is trying to buy her cafe every chance he gets, in order to build a BB While eating at the Cafe, George, suffers from a supposed heart attack and dies The autopsy declares that it George s death wasn t caused by a heart attack, but from poison.I was a bit worried once George had died at the end of chapter 1, but thankfully the book wasn t too slo [...]

    27. A fun summer book Not sure I liked the protagonist felt she was far too goody two shoes and how could she possibly make any money when it seemed like, every time she turned around, she gave away free meals at her restaurant I just didn t engage with Amy at all Far too trusting a character and it seemed like she wanted to always be there for everyone and do everything for them Her character flaw, if you will, got in the way of my enjoyment of the book Other than that issue, the book was just ok I [...]

    28. Amy Flowers is busy running her Down South Cafe and trying to deal with all of her family issues The Chamber of Commerce director George Lincoln pays a visit to the cafe and collapses while eating Due to George s less than health life style, it looks like he died of a heart attack The town soon learns that the manner of death was from poison Amy needs to find the killer before people start blaming her and the cafe, after all it has only been a few weeks since she opened her dream cafe.This is a [...]

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