Lost and Fondue

Lost and Fondue

Book - 2011
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Charlotte Bessette, proprietor of Providence, Ohio's charming Cheese Shop, is catering a fund-raiser for her best friend, Meredith. She's serving gourmet fondues, cheeses, and wines - the perfect complement to the setting, a once-abandoned winery. The location has long been the subject of local legends about hidden treasures and buried bodies. But when a fresh body is found in the wine cellar, Charlotte trades her fondue fork for a flashlight ...
Publisher: Waterville, Me. : Wheeler Pub., 2011
Edition: Large print ed
ISBN: 9781410440778
141044077X
Branch Call Number: LP AAMES-A
Characteristics: 481 p. (large print) ; 22 cm

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Jun 05, 2012

I was a bit distracted at first by how much the protagonist rushed around in the first half of the book. (word-choice wise.) Good series.

rlbecker Oct 13, 2011

This was a special story about a very interesting town. Charlotte Bessette is the owner of a cheese shop and she stumbles into a mystery and her many quirky friends and neighbors help her solve a murder which is a tricky one. I enjoyed the small town atmosphere and learning about cheeses and wine. The details given about the townspeople make you want to visit there. There are many possible suspects given for the murder and its interesting to watch Charlotte sleuth her way to finding the killer.

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