Bakers Dozen

- A local county fair presents its annual canning contest of homemade preserves, jams and jellies. From old-fashioned family recipes to current experimentations of the justifiable kind, some ingredients should agree to stay a well kept secret.
- A television game show called Next Best Baker challenges their contestants to a bake off using four mystery ingredients. As the bizarre components are revealed, the white apron wearing bakers must decide to go big or go home.
- An ongoing rivalry between bakeries evolves into a deadly competition for control over a mysterious rare seed that would make a plant enthusiasts nightmare come true.

Brought to you by Candace Nola, Bakers Dozen reads like an all-star lineup. Starting off the team of performers is Christine Morgan followed by the talents of Chris Miller, Aron Beauregard, Carver Pike, PCIII, Kenzie Jennings, Jeff Strand and the list goes on, and on, and on. These seasoned authors bring it all to the bakery table to show off their wares.

Beginning with Christine Morgan, her recipe of dough pretzels are lightly sprinkled with resentment and hatred. Daniel Volpe shows off his scrumptious baking skills by dusting his treats with a dash of revenge and a pinch of vengeance. Carver Pike displays his blueberry concoction smothered in witchery, brutal punishment and retribution, I hear this tasty treat is to die for.
Be sure to support your local businesses. Visit Corolla Pie Shop and try a decadent Piebird. On your way home from work stop off at Sunny Day Baking Company, I hear they have the most unusually freshest bread in town. When you have time drop in and say hi at Jenkin’s Jams and Jellies, I understand they have blue ribbon rutabaga jams there. Kudos to Uncomfortably Dark Horror for making each and every story inside the Bakers Dozen a treat of messed up twisted goodness. A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
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