• Title: Death by Chocolate
  • Author: Sally Berneathy
  • ISBN: 9781939551078
  • Page: 145
  • Format: Paperback
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    Death by Chocolate Lindsay Powell s only secret is the recipe for her chocolate chip cookies but she is surrounded by neighbors with deadly secrets Suddenly Lindsay finds herself battling poisoned chocolate a dead man
    Lindsay Powell s only secret is the recipe for her chocolate chip cookies, but she is surrounded by neighbors with deadly secrets Suddenly Lindsay finds herself battling poisoned chocolate, a dead man who doesn t seem very dead and a psycho stalker Her best friend and co worker, Paula, dyes her blond hair brown, hides from everybody and insists on always having an emergeLindsay Powell s only secret is the recipe for her chocolate chip cookies, but she is surrounded by neighbors with deadly secrets Suddenly Lindsay finds herself battling poisoned chocolate, a dead man who doesn t seem very dead and a psycho stalker Her best friend and co worker, Paula, dyes her blond hair brown, hides from everybody and insists on always having an emergency exit from any room Secrets from Paula s past have come back to put lives in jeopardy Determined to help Paula and to save her own life, Lindsay enlists the reluctant aid of another neighbor, Fred, an OCD computer nerd In spite of his mundane existence, Fred possesses tidbits of knowledge about such things as hidden microphones, guns and the inside of maximum security prisons Lindsay needs than a chocolate fix to survive all this chaos Lindsay Powell s only secret is the recipe for her chocolate chip cookies, but she is surrounded by neighbors with deadly secrets Suddenly Lindsay finds herself battling poisoned chocolate, a dead man who doesn t seem very dead and a psycho stalker Lindsay needs than a chocolate fix to survive all this chaos.

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    1. I only had one problem with this book but unfortunately it was the main character. Please oh please but if you found your husband in bed with another woman and then he went to live with that woman and is still living with her but wants you back do you honestly consider it for even one second? I know it is just a book but really!Anyway once I managed to ignore anything to do with Rick the rest of the book was pretty good. The neighbours were fun, especially Fred, and the policeman/prospective boy [...]

    2. This was a delightful easy to read mystery with great characters. Chocolatier Lindsay Powell has always known that her neighbour and best friend Paula is hiding a secret from her past. After all she turned up out of nowhere with no belongings or family ties other than her baby Zach, needing a home and a job. Paula took a chance renting the property she owns to her and giving her a job in her ever expanding chocolate bakery. Now someone is snooping around and Paula looks set to flee again unless [...]

    3. Death by Chocolate by Sally Berneathy is the first book in the Death by Chocolate mystery series. Chocolatier and owner of cafe Death by Chocolate, Lindsay Powell helps her friend Paula when she is targetted by a stalker who then goes missing. I loved everything about this book. The chocolate cake on the cover looks so tempting and the quirky crazy characters were fun and entertaining, even the cat. No murder to solve but more of a disappearance, it was still a great mystery to read. Fast paced, [...]

    4. This was a fun cozy mystery. What attracted me to it was the title of the book, anything chocolate gains my attention! I loved how Lindsay's shop was involved, how chocolate was her life. Lindsay's personal life was a bit of a mess, as witnessed by the first chapter. I have to say that I thought less of Lindsay for the choice she made at the start. I was glad that by the end of the book she rectified that and put her past in the past and love that there seems to be a spark with a certain detecti [...]

    5. I loooooove this book! M daughter told me I had to read it and I blew her off for months. When I finally read it I was screaming with laughter (Fred, you da man!) and that was all it took to get me hooked. I call in sick to work when I see Sallly Berneathy has a new book out so I can stay home and read.

    6. I'd give this book a solid 3.5. It was a short book - 189 pages on my nookcolor. A nice little mystery between some heavier reads.Lindsay is a chocolatier. She owns a shop "Death by Chocolate". On the edge of divorce, she finds her soon to be ex wants her back. At the same time, something mysterious is up with her best friend, neighbor, co-worker Paula - something almost criminal. Can Lindsay help while side stepping her own pesky husband? Is she putting herself in danger?Kind of the same lines [...]

    7. I got this book confused with another one I thought I was reviewing instead. This was actually very good, and rather intense in places. The bad guy was quite a creep, and the protagonist and her friends were really well written and entirely likeable. The soon-to-be ex of the protagonist is also a real creep, and I loved how her cat helps her see what a jerk he is Gotta love a mystery where the heroes are large male cats and nerdy computer jocks

    8. Lindsey could be my "sister from another mister." I'm pretty sure we're related somewhere along the line. She's sassy, spunky and sometimes reacts before thinking or having a plan in place but she is also a friend til the end. She eats a tremendous amount of chocolate, which actually does almost kill her. Love the recipes in the back of the book too.

    9. No better way to go.ocolateThis is a very fun story. Great characters, interesting storyline, and that all infectious humor. At the end you even get a treat of recipes, several I plane on trying.

    10. I will absolutely read more books by Sally Berneathy. Death by Chocolate had me laughing and apprehensive within the same minute. I knew that the ultimate outcome would be positive for the main characters, but the twists and turns to get there was a thrill of a ride.

    11. this was a book I couldn't put downIt pulls you in gets you angry with everyone and you hope for a happy ending and you get it. Enjoyed this one

    12. Loved it. The Plot leaves you wanting for more and makes me want to read faster so I can find out ;)

    13. Lindsay Powell’s best friend Paula and her two year old son Zach lived right next door to Lindsay – they had also worked together in her café, Death by Chocolate for the past two years. Lindsay’s divorce from her cheating ex-husband Rick would be through in around three weeks, but Rick was still trying to stay sweet with Lindsay. But that all went on the back-burner when Paula found herself in trouble from a secretive past – a past she wouldn’t tell Lindsay about…Fred, Lindsay’s o [...]

    14. The mystery aspect was decent enough but the soon to be ex husband was a total moron and completely pathetic, controlling, and a d-bag. The main character wasn't much better in regards to her interactions with him. He repeatedly said they were still married, she was cheating on him, etc - yet he cheated on her and was living with the other woman. On top of that, it took the main character multiple accusations by her soon to be ex husband for her to remotely say what a hypocrite he was, and even [...]

    15. This was such a fun book! I'm pretty difficult when it comes to cozy mysteries with sassy female protagonists, but I loved Lindsay from this book! Her musings about her soon to be ex-husband weren't too much, she didn't spend her time talking about her weight or her hair, but did have a wickedly good sense of humour, and the mystery was good, as were the other characters in the story. I can't wait to read the next in the series!

    16. Entertaining. That's the world for it. The main character was a lovable dork, whose thoughts were hilarious and relatable. The little side characters were lovable, and the location was cute. But the overall mystery was lacking, I wouldn't even call this a mystery novel. I would more label it an adventure. You know who the villain is and their motivation the whole time.

    17. I read this whole series over the summer and thoroughly enjoyed it. The plots are light and funny; very entertaining. You will grow to love the characters. I also recommend the audio version of this series.

    18. The worst part of this book unfortunately is the main character. Everyone other character is interesting, but it's hard to move past how immature, annoying, & whiny the main character is. But I still read the second book because I bought the first three of the series for 99 cents.

    19. How well do you really know your closest friends and neighbors? How good a friend are you? Solid friendships don’t require every detail of someone’s past, but not knowing can sure put you in a dangerous situation if that untold past catches up. I liked the story of friends and trust and the main action plot was believable and just fiction enough to keep me guessing and surprised in the earlier chapters of the book.I totally enjoyed this book! Told in first person, Death by Chocolate is an in [...]

    20. Well, this book was not for me. I was thrilled to add it to my collection after browsing the rave reviews. I love a good cozy, and finding a new series always excites me. Alas, in this case, a love affair was not to be. The most disappointing factor for me was that I could under no circumstances bond with the main character. Add to that the fact that there was no actual murder in the book, and in fact what we have is the story of a stalker. There were several "red herrings" in the book, but they [...]

    21. This was a fun book. I wasn't sure at first if I would like it, but the characters grew on me. Paula - a single mom with a hidden past and her 2-year-old son Zach. Lindsey who owns a bakery/breakfast/lunch place and loves chocolate - can't resist it. Fred, the mysterious computer geek neighbor. And some other interesting characters - Adam Trent who in my opinion is hot. He's a detective. Rick the soon-to-be ex-husband of Lindsey. I root for him to get pummeled. Paula has a past that includes jum [...]

    22. I borrowed this e-book from a friend because I liked the cover (a beautiful dark chocolate cake with a white “poison” skull on it). For the first few chapters, I thought, “Ugh, why did I get this? This woman is sadly in need of a backbone. Delete, delete, delete.” Being as I was on the treadmill at the time, however, I stuck with it, and to my surprise, the plot really grew on me.The main character, Lindsay, starts out as a babbling, spineless idiot, but by the end of the book, she gets [...]

    23. When I interviewed Sally for The Authors Show, I was delighted to learn that Death by Chocolate is not only a fabulous read, but that it is book 1 of a new series. I picked up a copy of Death by Chocolate and read it in 7 hours – it’s that good! This one is a definite page turner. It’s about the mystery, but it’s also about a cast of very well-developed characters that begin to feel like friends. I fell in love with Lindsey and her cat, King Henry. I wanted to strangle Rick (her soon to [...]

    24. *I received this book for free through First Reads* This was a fantastic book! It was one of those rare mysteries where you never felt bogged down by the situations in the book - it was a light and airy story that was fun to read and didn't take itself too seriously. The characters were interesting, clever and likable right off the bat and the story kept me interested the whole way through. I will say I was very surprised at the end, which was great - it definitely had surprises along the way. [...]

    25. This book sounds as if it should include recipes for chocolate concoctions--it doesn't It starts out slow, but we find that Lindley Powell's employee Paula Walter actually killed her abusive husband and fled with their infant son. She is trying to remain anonymous, but there is a man who is searching them out. Lindley is adopted by an 18 pound stray cat, King Henry, who helps protect her as well as a helpful and talented neighbor, Tom. Lindley is in the process of being divorced from Rick, who k [...]

    26. Lindsay Powell is funny and faces life head on, even if she does get in over her head. This is a funny story with twist and turns that makes you turn the pages. It becomes apparent who the killer is half way through but that doesn't stop the pages from turning. Lindsay best friend Paula has secrets that could get them both killed. Paula is use to running and hiding to protect her son. Rick, Lindsay's soon to be ex husband wants her back after breaking up their marriage for another woman. Rick do [...]

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