Here Comes The Fudge
A Candy-Coated Mystery, Book #9
Fudge shop owner Allie McMurphy never expected her maid of honor duties to include clearing the groom of murder . . .
THE BODY OF A CRIME
It’s late spring on picturesque Mackinac Island, Michigan. Allie is prepping her Historic McMurphy Hotel and Fudge Shop for the start of the tourist season and her best friend Jenn’s wedding. But when Jenn’s fiancé Shane, a crime scene investigator on the island, misses a dinner date, the two friends go looking for him. Led by Allie’s bichonpoo Mal into an alley, they come upon Shane standing over a body with a bloody knife in his hand. Shane won’t say what’s happened, just tells them to call 911. As the CSI is taken into custody by his colleagues, including Allie’s beau Rex Manning, the fudge maker vows to prove her friend’s fiancé is not a killer—before the ceremony turns into a jailhouse wedding . . .
Praise for Nancy Coco and the Candy-Coated Mysteries
“An easy romantic read complete with fudge recipes that make it even sweeter.”
“Full of disguises, danger, and one determined amateur sleuth.”
“A fun and fast-paced cozy mystery.”
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The characters are well developed and well crafted. They are all getting ready for Jenn’s wedding, Allie’s best friend. But someone is stabbed to death and Jenn’s fiance is found standing over the dead body, with a bloody knife in his hand. Now Allie and her friends have to figure out who the real killer is or else there may not be a wedding.
The author is very talented in her descriptive writing and these descriptions pulled me into the story from the very beginning. The writing style flows smoothly and the book was an easy read. The mystery was well plotted and there were plenty of clues to sift through and plenty of suspects to consider. I really had no idea who the killer was until it was revealed at the end.
I would recommend this book (and series) to anyone who enjoys a well crafted cozy. I really enjoyed spending time with Allie and her friends.
I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book provided by the publisher, Kensington Books, and NetGalley, which I greatly appreciate.