I’m so excited to share the news…
I’ve published my long awaited whodunit novel, THIRTEEN CHOCOLATES, the first in The Chandler’s Chocolate Box Mystery Series.
It’s available now on Amazon, as an ebook, (free with Kindle Unlimited). And will be available before the holidays in paperback.
The novel has been described as “Agatha Christie meets Willy Wonka”.
Set up in classic whodunit style, readers are invited to play along, as thirteen eccentric personalities gather at a mansion deep in the Smoky Mountains. One by one, chapter by chapter, suspects and chocolates disappear. Until, then there is one. And it’s the killer.
Check it out for:
Mystery and Suspense,
…and chocolate. So much CHOCOLATE!
If you get a chance, take a peek. I’d love to hear your thoughts!
Yours in cocoa passion,❤️
A Bite-Sized Mystery
Mrs. Crocker baked a dozen cookies for her bridge party. She called her boys into the kitchen. As she arranged the cookies inside of the jar, she told the boys, “I’m going next door to visit Mrs.Smith. While I’m gone, don’t touch the cookies.”
To be on the safe side, Mrs. Crocker locked the door to the house. “I’ll only be gone a few minutes, so you boys can play outside.” The boys obliged, Joey hopped on his tricycle and Jimmy on his skateboard.
When Mrs. Crocker returned home, she called the boys back to the kitchen. She opened the jar, dumped out the cookies, and gasped. There were only two cookies left.
Mrs. Crocker turned beet red. But, before she could question the boys, the cat slithered into the kitchen through the doggie door. The dog squeezed through next. “Now which one of you stole my cookies?” Mrs. Crocker demanded.
Mrs. Crocker looked for evidence. The dog’s paws were all wet. The cat’s paws were sort of dusty. She knew immediately who the culprit was.
Who stole the cookies from the cookie jar?
Time for a two minute break! Exercise your mind, and grab a chocolate snack. Your brain will be glad you did.
Chocolate. We know it comes in milk, dark, and white. And we know it’s irresistibly delicious. But, how much do we really know about it?
Click here to test your chocolate I.Q.
And FYI, eating chocolate is said to increase brain power. So, you should probably eat some chocolate during the quiz, just in case.
Quiz compliments of Web M.D.
Ida Sweet had won the Bakertown Bake-off for the past three years…But, this year she wouldn’t have a chance.
See if you can solve the mini-mystery, Chocolate-Tears
I didn’t need to do much prepping to properly celebrate Cereal Day. After all, I embrace my inner child every day, providing me an excuse to snap, crackle, and pop my way through a cocoa crunchy breakfast, until my bowl magically transforms into chocolate milk.
Need some brain food while you celebrate National Cereal Day? Try this quirky Bite-Sized Mystery, Cereal Killer.
Want something more filling? Gotcha covered!
The Cereal Murders by Diane Mott Davidson