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Also by Ellie Alexander:

The Pint of No Return, October 2018
Hardcover
Death on Tap, October 2017
Hardcover
A Crime of Passion Fruit, July 2017
Mass Market Paperback
Fudge and Jury, January 2017
Mass Market Paperback
Caught Bread Handed, July 2016
Paperback
On Thin Icing, January 2016
Paperback
A Batter Of Life And Death, July 2015
Paperback
Meet Your Baker, January 2015
Paperback

A Batter Of Life And Death
Ellie Alexander

Bakeshop Mystery #2
St. Martin's Press
July 2015
On Sale: June 30, 2015
Featuring: Jules Capshaw
305 pages
ISBN: 1250054249
EAN: 9781250054241
Kindle: B00QQ1GKRE
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Mystery Culinary | Mystery Cozy

Welcome to Torte--a small-town family bakeshop where the coffee is hot, the muffins are fresh, and the cakes are definitely to die forů

It's autumn in Ashland, Oregon--'tis the season for a spiced hot apple cider with a serving (or two) of Torte's famous peach cobbler. It's also the perfect time for Jules Capshaw to promote her family's beloved bake shop by competing in The Pastry Channel's reality show, Take the Cake. The prize is $25,000. But as Jules quickly learns, some people would kill for that kind of dough. Literally.

Then, just as Jules dusts off her Bavarian Chocolate Cake recipe and cinches up her apron, the corpse of a fellow contestant is discovered--death by buttercream. What began as a fun, tasteful televised adventure has morphed into something of a true-crime detective show for Jules and everybody else on set. Who could have killed Chef Marco, and why? Can Jules sift out the killer before someone else gets burned?

Bakeshop

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