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Death of an Ice Cream Scooper by Lee Hollis

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Death of an Ice Cream Scooper
Lee Hollis

Hayley Powell Mystery # 15
Kensington
August 2022
On Sale: July 26, 2022
320 pages
ISBN: 1496736494
EAN: 9781496736499
Kindle: B09KP2Y6CD
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Mystery Culinary | Mystery Cozy | Mystery Amateur Sleuth

Food and cocktails columnist Hayley Powell doesn’t know what to believe when Lydia Partridge, the put-together owner of gourmet Bar Harbor Ice Cream, suddenly reveals fears that her husband may be having an affair. There’s no other way to explain why Jamie, a respected professor, was spotted in a remote part of town with a much younger woman. But instead of learning the truth about the secret meeting, Lydia opens her freezer truck to find another surprise—the dead body of a summer employee . . .
 
The shock continues as photographic evidence proves Jamie was spending time off campus with the victim, one of his students. Now, Lydia desperately needs Hayley to discover if Jamie really is a cheater—and, worse, a ruthless killer. With her own complicated family issues to address, can Hayley make sense of a popular college girl’s love life and out the true culprit before the case, or another person, goes cold?

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