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    All you need is fudge

    Allie is up to it again, she has found another body and another mystery to solve. But unlike the other murders allies boyfriend trent's sister is th main suspect and allie has to clear her name. The recipies that are included are pretty good too.
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    Not good

    The writing is still good but the story line is all mixed up. This is the 5th book in the series but the writing in the book does not reflect that. The events are not in order. This is written like it should be the 2nd or 3rd book but then Malla is in this book and that happened later. Jenn is not engaged, this is still the first summer but book 4 took place at christmas. If this book take place in the summer then it has been over a year since Allie has been on the island. One of the worst thing a writer can do is not keep up with her own stories.
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    Fourth book in A Candy-Coated Mystery series!

    All You Need is Fudge by Nancy Coco is the fourth book in A Candy-Coated Mystery series. Allie McMurphy is preparing for yacht race week that will take place of the coast of Mackinac Island, Michigan. Mackinac Island is a quaint town where it is like stepping back in time (where the only vehicles allowed is the fire truck and ambulance). Allie owns the Historic McMurphy Hotel and Fudge Shop which she inherited. Allie is taking a walk with her dog, Mal when the little dog leads her to the water’s edge (quite persistent). There Allie sees a body floating in the water and jumps in. The poor girl is dead. The police arrive quickly on the scene and are not surprised to see Allie and Mal (this has happened before). The lady in the lake is Carin Moore. It turns out that Carin had a contentious relationship with Paige Jessop. Since they were children the two competed for everything (grades, boyfriends, etc.). Paige is Trent Jessop’s sister and Trent is Allie’s boyfriend. When Paige gets arrested, the Jessop family closes ranks. Trent stops returning Allie’s calls (which she does not understand and finds upsetting). Allie sets out to find the person responsible to prove her worth to the Jessop family. Will Allie be able to find the killer before they sail off into the sunset? Or before Allie ends up in the drink as the latest victim? All You Need is Fudge is a charming cozy mystery. It is easy to read and has a good pace. The mystery captured my interest and had some twists. One clue is the trick to solving the crime (but you have to figure out which one). Allie came across as a little desperate in this book. She did not like being shut out by Trent (understandable). But I thought it was a little silly to try and “prove her worth” to the family. I thought in All You Need is Fudge Allie came across more as a “nosy parker” than sleuth (she is a little of both). I give All You Need is Fudge 4 out of 5 stars. I did enjoy the story, the beautiful setting of Mackinac Island, the characters (for the most part), the mystery, and the descriptions of the fudge! There are some fudge recipes included in the book (some of them sound delicious). All You Need is Fudge can be read as a stand-alone novel. The author does a good job of updating the reader of prior events (the characters history). I will definitely be reading the next book in A Candy-Coated Mystery series as well as books by Nancy Coco (aka Nancy J. Parra). I received a complimentary copy of the novel in exchange for an honest evaluation. The comments and opinions expressed are strictly my own.

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