Monday, July 26, 2021

Spotlight: Pork Chopped to Death (The Cast Iron Skillet Mystery Series) by Jodi Rath (Blog Tour/Tour-Wide Giveaway)


Pork Chopped to Death (The Cast Iron Skillet Mystery Series) by Jodi Rath

About Pork Chopped to Death


Pork Chopped to Death (The Cast Iron Skillet Mystery Series) 

Cozy Mystery 7th in Series 

Publisher: MYS ED LLC; 1st edition (July 23, 2021) 

Digital ~230 Pages 


You know what they say, you are what you eat, and Jolie and Ava are about to turn into everything they have been craving including pounds of chocolate, pizza, pickles, and ice cream. 

Mafia, urban sprawl, gentrification, newborn babies, and the lives of the Leavensport villagers will be altered forever. Change is inevitable. Jolie Tucker is a Type-A perfectionist with fanatic tendencies who detest the very thought of change. Regardless of what she wants, change is a comin' along with a grizzly discovery of murder of one of the village’s most beloved, mayhem between the villagers and the urbanites of Tri-City, and new dynamics of family dysfunction. 

Get ready for a roller coaster ride from the peaks of new life, yummy food, and blossoming relationships to the lows of slayings, chaos, and war. The residents of Leavensport are in for the battle of their lives, and it’s up to Jolie, Ava, and their crew to determine the future of their village. 

Welcome to Leavensport, Ohio, where DEATH takes a DELICIOUS turn!


About Jodi Rath

Moving into her second decade working in education, Jodi Rath has decided to begin a life of crime in her Cast Iron Skillet Mystery Series. Her passion for both mysteries and education led her to combine the two to create her business MYS ED, where she splits her time between working as an adjunct for Ohio teachers and creating mischief in her fictional writing. She currently resides in a small, cozy village in Ohio with her husband and her nine cats.

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  1. You had me at all the yummy food. I'm in.

    Have a fabulous day and week. ♥

    1. You are my kind of person! LOL! The Skillet Pudding cake is delicious if you are a chocoholic like I am--also, I tried to make it in a cast iron pan and a regular and I swear it tastes better in cast iron!

  2. That looks good. The cover is cute too.

    1. Thanks so much! I hope you entered the raffle--if so, good luck!

  3. Thanks so much for having me on your blog. I apologize for being late to comment! It's been one hectic week here in Ohio.


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