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    Another Fun Book

    Just days before Charlotte and Jordan are to wed, the body of Tim O’Shea, the local bar owner, is found on Jordan’s cheese farm. The personal nature of the murder leads Charlotte to start investigating to figure out who would want to kill the man who was a friend to so many. I was surprised when I realized who the murder victim was going to be, but I liked that it made the case more personal to me as well as the characters. The large cast is charming and fun as always. I do grow a little tire of the character’s wild theories (especially Rebecca), but that’s a minor complaint overall.
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    Love, Cheese, and Wine.... perfection!

    I read Final Sentence by Daryl Wood Gerber (Avery Aames is her pen name) which is the first book in her Cookbook Nook Mystery series and really enjoyed it. So when I won a copy from Gerber off of Facebook, I was excited to give another one of her cozy mystery series a try. The Cheese Shop Mystery series takes place in Ohio, which is in the midwest. And it revolves around a cheese shop that has a wine annex in the basement. It’s like Gerber peered into my brain to find out what things would entice me. The way Gerber described her characters and the town it was like I was catching up with my own neighbors and the shop owners where I live. But I wish our city did up Valentine’s Day like they do in her book! It was a week long event filled with fashion shows, food and wine tastings, and a romantic play. Once again, all are things that I enjoy. As Gouda as Dead is book six in the series, but even having not read the previous books Gerber wrote enough background information that I was never questioning what was happening. There were a few nods to previous books that just made me wish I had started the series from the beginning, but it didn’t take away from this book at all. I enjoyed that Charlotte’s friends helped her with investigating. Her finance, Jordan, and the chief didn’t always like that she was questioning people, but they weren’t jerks about it. Which is refreshing. I find it tiresome when the police continue to hinder the main character’s snooping! For the first few books it’s fine, but I enjoy when they start working together a bit. If you haven’t read any books in the Cheese Shop series, I suggest you start with the first one, The Long Quiche Goodbye, just so you don’t miss any of the fun. Besides the Cheese Shop and Cookbook Nook Mysteries, Gerber also has another cozy series, The French Bistro Mysteries, with A Deadly Eclair being the first book in the series. And a suspense series, Aspen Adams, with the first book titled Desolate Shores.
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