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Death by Chocolate Malted Milkshake

Written by: Sarah Graves
Narrated by: Susan Boyce
Length: 9 hrs and 20 mins

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The island fishing village of Eastport has plenty of salty local character. It also has a sweet side, thanks to Jacobia "Jake" Tiptree, her best friend Ellie, and their waterfront bake shop, The Chocolate Moose. This summer, Eastport's favorite lovebirds, kindergarten teacher Sharon Sweetwater and Coast Guard Captain Andy Devine‚ are getting married. The gala reception is sure to be the fête of the season, especially with a wedding-cake-sized whoopie pie. 

For Jake and Ellie, the custom-ordered confection will finally reel in some much-needed profits. But the celebratory air, and sweet smell of success‚ are ruined by foul murder. When Sharon's ex-boyfriend is poisoned with an arsenic-laced milkshake, Andy is jailed as the prime suspect, and the wedding is cancelled‚ whoopie pie and all.

Then Sharon makes a shocking - and fishy - confession and ends up behind bars, too. With the fate of The Chocolate Moose at stake, it's up to Jake and Ellie to catch the poisonous predator before someone else sips their last dessert.

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  • Debbie Lacey
  • 01-05-19

LOVE THE READ - STILL ACCLIMATING TO THE NEW

I ENJOYED THIS READ AND GETTING REACQUAINTED WITH THE CHARACTERS. I HAVE READ EVERY BOOK IN THIS SERIES; SO JAKE THE CHOCOLATE SHOP OWNER VS. JAKE THE REPAIR PERSON TAKES A LITTLE GETTING USED TO. SARAH GRAVES DOES A GREAT JOB WITH BOTH, AND THE LEECH/WATER SCENE HAD ME SQUIRMING. THE 4 STAR FOR THE STORY IS BECAUSE WADE WAS SO ABSENT AMIDST ALL THE DRAMA. SURE, THERE IS THE DINNER AND THE EVENTS AT THE END, BUT HE (AND HER ENTIRE FAMILY) ARE MISSING WHEN SHE IS SEDATED FOR SURGERY? THAT BOTHERED ME. BUT NEVER FEAR, THE BOOK IS A GOOD ONE.

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  • Beatrice
  • 02-02-19

Another visit to Eastport

I'm always glad to visit Jake, Ellie and the city of Eastport. The characters and plot are always well developed and well written. Like the other books I have read by Sarah Graves, the mystery has several twists and turns that keep the story enjoyable. The only thing I didn't like is Joyce Bean. I wish Lindsay Ellison was narrating this series. She does a very good Maine accent.

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  • D Uppole
  • 11-08-20

Different style than Graves normal

little too dramatic. prefer her other series, but it too has gotten a little too much drama for my liking.

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  • Dawn
  • 24-05-20

I’m really enjoying this series

Sarah Graves and Susan Boyce have done it again with another installment in the Death by Chocolate series. I’ve already downloaded the next book and look forward to it now.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 10-08-19

Good mystery

Didn't know who killed was agsin. Love that,but when did Make get to be so fretful?

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  • LOYL-00
  • 07-04-19

One of the truly best Cozy Mysteries

Sarah Graves and Susan Boyce are the team to beat. You are one of the best.

Love the bases of this series--Characters and Setting are beguiling . Book 2 is better then Book 1 (which was a hit). Please keep them coming.

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  • Jenny
  • 14-02-19

Masterful suspense!

This story is captivating! Plenty of detail to keep the listener interested. The narrator has a beautiful clear voice, with very good enunciation. Perhaps on the next book, however, she could be slightly less stilted and a little more fluid. Over all, a thoroughly enjoyable listen!