Death by Chocolate Cherry Cheesecake

Death by Chocolate Cherry Cheesecake

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While Jacobia "Jake" Tiptree has moved on from fixing up houses, she still can't resist the urge to snoop into the occasional murder. Something sinister is brewing in the kitchen of The Chocolate Moose - retired health inspector Alan Blake is found murdered. Jake's best friend Ellie never made a secret of her distaste for Alan. Now, with no alibi for the night of the murder, she's in a sticky situation with the police - and it's up to Jake to catch the real killer and keep Ellie living in the land of the free.
Publisher: New York, NY :, Kensington Books,, 2018.
Edition: First Kensington hardcover edition.
Copyright Date: ©2018
ISBN: 9781496711281
Branch Call Number: M GRAV
Characteristics: 282 pages ; 22 cm.


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Jul 10, 2018

FANTASTIC !!!! Could not put it down. This is the first in a new series for Sarah Graves, from home repair now to a bakery. You still have all of the same wonderful characters, but this new series is so much more exciting. There is never a dull moment with so much action. And a true mystery that you can not guess until the end. Something for everyone to enjoy.

Feb 21, 2018

This book is marketed as being the first in a new series. That description is very deceiving, as although it is the 1st in a new series, this series is a spin-off of another of her series, "Home Repair is Homicide", which has 16 books. Too many events from the past are referenced in this "new" series, without the adequate background information. I understand that this author has a wide following, however, as disjointed as the writing was in this book, I have to wonder why, unless she had an entirely different writing style in her other series. She changed paths so often, including within paragraphs, that I felt as if I was reading a book written by someone who was under the influence. Personally, I enjoy reading cozy mysteries that are focus on various culinary areas, and I normally find the cooking and/or baking descriptions in the books to feel quite homey and soothing. That was not the case in this book. Her descriptions were somehow very jumpy, rather flowing through the steps, as well as being extremely repetitive. Recently, I had finally given up Joanne Fluke's "Hannah Swensen Cookie Shop" mysteries as the later books had becoming so repetitive I just couldn't do it anymore, but I found myself longing for her books after reading just a few chapters of this one. Finally, as far as being a culinary series goes, no self respecting baker would ever publish a recipe that does not have a separate ingredient list, instead writing the ingredients and amounts within the paragraphs of the recipe. That, along with explaining at the start of the recipe that making cheesecakes is a complicated process (it's not...cheesecakes are one of the most simple things to bake), make me wonder how much basic kitchen knowledge the author even has.


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