In a darling tourist town like Fredericksburg, Texas, a vintage sweet shop offering delicious old-fashioned favorites is a perfect fit--until someone decides to debut a recipe that's lusciously lethal . . . With Tally's Old Tyme Sweets finally--well, almost--turning a profit, Tally Holt is taking one busy Saturday off to host a grand party for her parents, traveling performers who spend most of their time on the road. Tally's counting on the publicity and free treats to attract new customers. And the event is a sweet success--at least until Fran Abraham, the town's foul-tempered theater director, drops dead after a bitter confrontation with Tally's mother. Murder was definitely not on Tally's menu, but it's clear that Fran's death wasn't natural. The list of possible culprits includes not just Tally's mom, but her protective dad too. Relying on Yolanda Bella, her best friend and the proprietor of Bella's Baskets next door, for help, Tally will need to unwrap the sticky pasts and unsavory presents of everyone from her own parents to her new hires before Fran's death sours everybody on her fledgling shop . . .