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Book Reviews of As Gouda as Dead (Cheese Shop, Bk 6)

As Gouda as Dead (Cheese Shop, Bk 6)
As Gouda as Dead - Cheese Shop, Bk 6
Author: Avery Aames
PBS Market Price: $8.09 or $4.19+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780425273319
ISBN-10: 0425273318
Publication Date: 2/3/2015
Pages: 304
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.

3.6 stars, based on 21 ratings
Publisher: Berkley
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Providence, Ohio is the place for lovers in this 6th installment of the spectacular series.

But murder plays havoc with a certain couples plans and they are not taking it laying down. Charlotte is very determined to catch the killer and get her plans back on track!

Avery Aames continues to make this series better and better. We have Charlottes crazy bachelorette party, all the shops are doing something special for Lovers Trail Festival, the Providence Players are performing Love Letters, and there are several weddings planned. Nothing in the planned events included a murder! But before Charlottes party ends a phone message changes everyones plans.

All our favorite characters are back and they are all busy as can be. Charlottes assistant, Rebecca, is even trying out for the play as is Deputy Devon OShea. The mayor, Charlottes grandmother, is directing the play and heading up all the festival plans. Fromagerie Bessette is hosting a special wine and cheese tasting. There is also a crazy woman filing complaints about noise pollution and running around town threatening people. Through it all Charlotte and Jordan just wanted a happy wedding day and then they went and found that dead body.

Readers like me have been looking forward to this wedding too so I really wanted this culprit caught so the happy couple could start their years of wedded bliss together without a murder investigation to hold them back. I was amazed at the number of suspects and as each one was crossed off the list I was wondering what we were missing right along with Charlotte. The pages of this book were flying.

The author has a gift. She blends her vivid descriptions of the most yummy cheeses, seriously you can almost taste them, with a mystery that is so vivid it almost jumps off the page. The chapters are like potato chips, you cant read/eat just one. I gobbled up As Gouda as Dead and now I am ready for some more please!
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