The Chocolate Clown Corpse
Chocoholic Mystery #14
On Sale: November 4, 2014
Featuring: Lee Woodyard
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Revenge is sweet for a killer on the looseâ€”and it all
started with the murder of Warner Pierâ€™s most hated clown....
Everyone who knew the bozo wanted him dead. Odd, then, that
a complete stranger was accused of bursting Moe Davidsonâ€™s
balloons. But itâ€™s been a month since the miserable shop
owner of Clowning Around was killed, and everybodyâ€™s moving
on, including Lee Woodyard. Her chocolate shop, TenHuis
Chocolade, is next door to Moeâ€™s shuttered tourist trap, and
itâ€™s giving her delicious ideas to expand. But over whose
Moeâ€™s widow, Emma, and her two stepchildren list the
property for sale, but when Lee tours the building, she
finds Emma unconscious. Now Lee wonders whether Moeâ€™s real
killer is still at large and is taking care of unfinished
business. Unfortunately, since the town is celebrating Clown
Week, there are so many potential suspects in grease paint
and floppy shoes itâ€™s not even funny.
For Lee, protecting Emma, freeing an innocent man, and
rolling out hundreds of her clown-themed chocolates is a
pretty tall order. But so is staying alive long enough to
find out which one of her neighbors is a killer in disguise.
Includes Tasty Chocolate Trivia!
1 comment posted.
Re: The Chocolate Clown Corpse
I really enjoyed reading your posting, and the way that you
write, made me feel as if I were a "fly on the wall,"
watching the events unfold myself!! I enjoy eating
chocolate myself, but only occasionally. Unfortunately, I
draw the line on dark and white chocolate. I can't take
things that are bitter, from chocolate to most vegetables,
and white chocolate has no taste to me. If you give me milk
chocolate, I'm in Heaven!! There are certain brands that I
stay away from, but I agree with you about the Caramellos!!
The Fruit and Nut by Cadbury is good, too, as well as their
Milk Chocolate!! But I digress. Thank you for the
Chocolate lesson, as well as telling us about the book,
which I'll be looking forward to reading. I will keep a
napkin close by, just in case!!
(Peggy Roberson 1:29pm November 10, 2014)
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