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eBook The Chocolate Bear Burglary (Chocoholic Mysteries, No. 2) ePub

  • ISBN: 0754089592
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Thorndike Press; large type edition edition
  • ePub book: 1853 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1116 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
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JoAnna Carl's second book, "The Chocolate Bear Burglary" in her chocolate mysteries immerses the reader completely into small town life in the chocolate business.

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CHOCOLATE BEAR BURGLARY (CHOCOHOLIC MYSTERIES, NO. 2) By Joanna Carl BRAND NEW. The Chocolate Bear Burglary (Chocoholic Mysteries) by Carl, JoAnna Book The. TenHuis Chocolade is wall-to-wall with chocolate hearts for Valentine's Day. But Lee is getting no love from Private Detective Derrick Valentine. A Chocoholic Mystery, Book 2. By: JoAnna Carl. Narrated by: Teresa DeBerry. Series: Chocoholic Mystery, Book 2. Length: 8 hrs and 34 mins. Categories: Mysteries & Thrillers, Modern Detective. He's looking for their employee - a woman Lee and her Aunt Nettie have been harboring for an underground railroad-type organization that aids abused women. Luckily, they manage to not spill the cocoa beans and clue him in.

The Chocolate Bear Burglary A burglary at the shop leads to missing antique chocolate molds and a dead friend-and the main suspect in the murder is Lee's troubled teenage stepson. Lee sets out to clear his name, but awakening long-hibernating family secrets might be more than this daring crime solver can bear.

I was so astonished I think I hung up without saying another word. I headed for my office. I drove off in my van, which had been Michiganized with the proper license plates and three fifty-pound bags of kitty litter, carried as ballast and for emergency traction.

CONFESSIONS OF A CONFECTIONER After leaving her bad-news husband back in Texas, Lee McKinney moved up north to a quaint. With the purchase of Kobo VIP Membership, you're getting 10% off and 2x Kobo Super Points on eligible items. Your Shopping Cart is empty. There are currently no items in your Shopping Cart.

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CONFESSIONS OF A CONFECTIONER

 

After leaving her bad-news husband back in Texas, Lee McKinney moved up north to a quaint resort town. Now she keeps the books for her aunt’s luxury-chocolate shop. But Lee soon finds that Michigan winters can be murder....

 

Lee and Aunt Nettie can’t believe their luck. A teddy bear promotion will have tourists flocking to Warner Pier, which could mean skyrocketing sales for TenHuis Chocolade. To help decorate the scrumptious store, their friend Gail, an antique dealer, lends them a collection of valuable chocolate molds. But after a burglary at the shop, Gail meets with a grisly fate—and the main suspect in her murder is Lee’s troubled teenage stepson. Lee sets out to clear his name, but awakening long-hibernating family secrets might be more than this daring crime solver can bear…

 

INCLUDES TASTY CHOCOLATE TRIVIA!

 

Comments

Samugor Samugor
In this second book of the Chocoholic Mystery Series, Lee McKinney and Aunt Nettie are preparing for "A Teddy Bear Getaway", promoting winter tourism in their western Michigan town of Warner Pier. As part of the promotion, they are displaying a group of old chocolate molds which were brought to them by Gail Hess, a local antique dealer. Someone breaks into their chocolate shop in an attempt to steal one of the valuable molds and soon Lee's ex-stepson, Jeff, discovers a dead body, implicating him in the murder. Soon Lee is caught up in a little private sleuthing in an attempt to exonerate Jeff. She also is dealing with her ex-husband, and trying to figure out her relationship with Joe, a local man who expresses interest in her,yet is reluctant to take her out in public. This book is more interesting than the first one of the series and has a more satisfying conclusion. I will look forward to more Lee McKinney books in the future.
Weiehan Weiehan
JoAnna Carl's second book, "The Chocolate Bear Burglary" in her chocolate mysteries immerses the reader completely into small town life in the chocolate business.
JoAnna Carl does such a great job that I now have over $200 worth of chocolate coming from Morgen Chocolate in Dallas - the shop that she actually based her stories on. Unfortunately, they have an online website! LOL Actually, it was kind of neat because you can actually see some of the various types of candies that the author describes in her series.
I thought that it was so neat that she also based this mystery in part on the antique chocolate molds. Oh...went on eBay and they just got a shipment in from Belgium of antique molds. Actually, resisted them =but again, how neat to look at them.
This second book was even better than the first and was belivable in plot and dialogue. Lee's tongue twisting impediment still gets on my nerves and it is just a little too cute in the words that DO come out - but it was a little more "bearable." The one criticism is that I thought the Teddybear Event in Warner Pier could have been expounded upon at the end. It was described in the beginning and we really don't hear too much more about it.
The mystery aspect was very good as I didn't realize until the end who was involved in the murders. This is a light, but truly enjoyable series.
Enditaling Enditaling
Another fun visit to a chocolate making business in Michigan
CopamHuk CopamHuk
Lots of interesting tidbits throughout about chocolate. While I found the mystery of the murderer/their a little predictable it is nice cozy mystery. It is definitely worth a read. I liked the addition of the new characters and hope to read more about them. Looking forward to getting my hands on the next book in the series and reading it.
Modimeena Modimeena
Fun mystery. Interesting characters. I will add JoAnna Carl to my list of favorite authors
Brightcaster Brightcaster
This was the 2nd book I read by Joanna Carl. I figured out the culprit early ,but was eager to see if I was correct and was happy the culprit was the one I figured did the murder.Good book. Light reading.
Ndyardin Ndyardin
The only thing I am disappointed in with JoAnna Carl is that these mysteries have stopped. Anymore coming???? Please!

Hope so and soon.
my wife was looking for a new series of books similar to the Stephanie Plum.These books fit the bill perfectly.