Chilled To The Cone: A Bakeshop Mystery
ISBN: 1250214386
EAN13: 9781250214386
Language: English
Release Date: Dec 29, 2020
Pages: 336
Dimensions: 1.023622" H x 6.692913" L x 4.133858" W
Weight: 0.3769905 lbs.
Format: Mass Market Paperbound
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   Too Much New Didn't Work
First of all, I love Jules Capshaw and the Ashland and Torte bakeshop. I don 't mind expansion, which was fine in the renovation of the original torte, but the move to a whole new area, the Railroad District, which I don 't remember from previous books, was off-putting. As were the new characters, rushed relationships and the murder of a homeless man, who left a sour taste in my mouth. The author had most problems selling the story to the reader, most notably : Ms. Alexander's writing deficiencies were front and center -- repeating herself, almost word-for-word, as to make the book longer, some dopey actions by characters -- signing a real estate deal without having a lawyer look it over? She appeared to be rush and eager to get rid of this novel. I hope that the next volume is of a higher quality.
   Love and Murder
It had suspense, murder and romance. I didn 't expect it to be Dean. It was liked that I had known them for years. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes mystery and suspense and murder.
   Love the Characters!
As always, this is a fun addition to the canon. Although the plots are all similar, I still love all the characters and the location of Ashland, OR.
At last, some resolutions and happy endings were achieved. It is fun to read about a place I know well and adding to the vineyard business that has been my life for over 30 years even more fun.
   Full of Social Commentary
overall ok, but the author spends too much time on extending her view on social issues of the day. The readers don 't need this crap.
   A Charming Cozy
The proprietor of the local bakery Torte, Juliet, has a chance to expand the business. The Railroad District might be the next best step for expanding the business, or it could be a hotbed of crime. Juliet is ready to be open for business until Larceny, Arson and Murder make her think again. The latest in the Bakeshop mysteries is a delightful story with charming characters, a quaint setting and delicious recipes.
   More fun in Ashland
Another good long read in a fun series. Besides all the seasonal pastries, cakes, bread, pizza and soup, Torte opens a wonderful location with ice cream, coffee and milkshakes. All goes well until a new person is killed near her new location, Jules is on the case, so there will be plenty of action and lots of appearances by some of our favorite people!
   Loved the book!
Torte, the bakery owned by Jules Capshaw and her mother, is opening in Ashland Oregon for spring. When the chance to sell a pop up space becomes available, Jules and her team jump at the chance for a way to rent their delicious ice cream. Not all goes as planned, though, as an arsonist sets fire in the new space and a homeless man is found murdered nearby. Why would someone try and burn the ice cream stand? You won 't want to stop reading! And we finally find out what decision Jules makes about her love life! I definitely recommend this book! ''
   Great book!
I enjoyed it thoroughly, just like all the other books in the series. Mocha She Wrote! Anticipating