The Chocolate Cupid Killings

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Eve K Sandstrom The author writes about the shores of Lake Michigan and has been reviewed in Michigan newspapers as a regional writer She has also written about Southwest Oklahoma and once won an award for the best book of the year with an Oklahoma setting.Eve K Sandstrom is an Oklahoman to the teeth she was born there, as were five previous generations of her mother s family Both her grandfathers and her father were in the oil business, once the backbone of Oklahoma s economy One grandmother was born in the Choctaw Nation, and Eve is a member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma Eve and seven other members of her immediate family are graduates of the University of Oklahoma Eve even knows the second verse of Boomer Sooner Eve wrote two mystery series the Down Home books, set on a ranch in Southwest Oklahoma, and the Nell Matthews mysteries, semi hard boiled books laid in a mid size city on the Southern Plains.But Eve married a great guy whose family owned a cottage on the west coast of Lake Michigan, not far from the Michigan towns of Fennville, Saugatuck, and Douglas Every summer for than forty years she, her husband and various combinations of children and grandchildren have trekked to the community of Pier Cove for vacations that lasted from two weeks to three months.The area features gorgeous beaches, lush orchards, thick woods, and beautiful Victorian houses Eve grew to love it So when her editor asked her to come up with a new, cozy mystery series, Eve set it in a West Michigan resort town, scrambling up Saugatuck, Douglas, South Haven, Holland, Manistee, Ludington and Muskegon with her own ideas of what a resort ought to be to create Warner Pier.As further background, she plunked her heroine into a business which produces and sells luscious, luxurious, European style bonbons, truffles and molded chocolates Most small towns couldn t support a business like this, but the resorts of West Michigan with their wealthy summer people can The Chocoholic Mysteries were on their way.Eve s editor requested that she use a pen name for the new series, and Eve picked the middle names of her three children, Betsy Jo, Ruth Anna, and John Carl JoAnna Carl was born So that s how JoAnna Eve became a regional author in two widely separated regions.JoAnna Eve earned a degree in journalism at the University of Oklahoma and also studied with Carolyn G Hart and Jack Bickham in the OU Creative Writing Program She spent than twenty five years in the newspaper business, working as a reporter, editor, and columnist at The Lawton Constitution in Lawton, Oklahoma She took an early retirement to write fiction full time.She and her husband, David F Sandstrom, have three grandchildren, whom they love introducing to the lore of their two homes Oklahoma and Michigan.She spent 25 years in the newspaper business as a reporter, feature writer, editor, and columnist, most recently at the Lawton Constitution She holds a degree in journalism from the University of OK and also studied in the O.U Professional Writing program She lives in Oklahoma but summers in Michigan where the Chocoholic Mystery series is set She has one daughter who is a CPA and another who works for a chocolate company and provides yummy insider information on the chocolate business.

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  • Hardcover
  • 240 pages
  • The Chocolate Cupid Killings
  • JoAnna Carl
  • English
  • 10 September 2019
  • 9780451227973

10 thoughts on “The Chocolate Cupid Killings

  1. says:

    The Chocolate Cupid Killings by JoAnna Carl is the 9th book in the Chocoholic Mystery series A detective comes looking for someone that Lee and her aunt Nettie are helping to escape an abusive husband and the detective is then found murdered in the alley behind TenHuis Chocolade An interesting slow paced mystery, although I thought the underground escape network a bit unbelievable and the killer was a bit obvious. I loved the chocolate descriptions.

  2. says:

    Another good entry in the chocoholic series, this time set around Valentine s day although the hairnet ladies are already making Easter candy There were a lot of secrets between Lee and Joe this time which I didn t like but I hoped all would be revealed by the end and it was Good mystery and I even caught on to some things before Lee did.

  3. says:

    Lots of secrets this time around, especially between Lee and Joe Lee and Nettie were helping a battered woman by giving her a job as a hairnet lady but when a PI comes looking for her, they do what they can to help her get away Then the PI turns up dead and the secrets start.

  4. says:

    Lee Woodyard keeps the books and helps run her Aunt Nettie s chocolate shop in Warner Pier, a small resort town on Lake Michigan Recently, Lee and Aunt Nettie have employed Pamela, a woman on the run from her abusive ex husband, but things get complicated when a private detective starts questioning Lee about the where a bouts of Pamela, and even complicated when that same private eye is soon found dead outside the chocolate shop by none other than Aunt Nettie Lee s husband, Joe, also seems to be harboring some secrets of his own as the city attorney and a case that he s been working on with the Chief of Police, Hogan Jones, who also happens to be Aunt Nettie s husband I enjoy the small town feel of this series, along with Lee and Joe and their extended family relationships.

  5. says:

    A cozy mystery from the mystery box I have a tendency to want to read a holiday themed mystery around the holiday, so when I read the blurb on this one that Valentine is the first person to turn up dead, in February, it seemed like the perfect pick I have not read other books in the Chocoholic series, and I think this one is about 10 books in So for all that, I expected Lee to be a bit of a sophisticated sleuth She deferred to the police an awful lot Ironic that that bothered me, since in other series when they take too much upon themselves it makes me cringe Anyway, Pamela is using the underground railroad system in Michigan that helps protect battered women, and detective Valentine comes up from Atlanta showing a photo of Christina Meechum, the abused ex wife of a criminal Lee recognizes Christina as Pamela but doesn t tell Valentine, because she is protecting Pamela Valentine ends up dead later that night, and the mystery spins from there Engaging, it kept me reading Will I read in the series Maybe.

  6. says:

    At last I m able to recognize patterns in the versatile feel to the books in this series This particular template is just like a puzzle, with everything fuzzy and incomplete until a big explanation at the end to ease all curiosities It s a frustrating exercise to read a book like this I cannot rate The Chocolate Cupid Killings very high, as I couldn t settle down and get cozy with the fluffy, domestic softness that this book lacked Verily until next time.

  7. says:

    Pretty good story and a quick read but I don t know if I liked it enough This is a series and I started about 9 books in so maybe I ll go back and start with the first book and see if I enjoy the stories any that way My mouth was watering as they talked about making the super good chocolate candy to sell in the shop I ll have to go there they give a free sample to every visitor.

  8. says:

    Rated this one 9 in the series as ok, only ok There was a lot going on and it was confusing Some of the points in the mystery were never fully explained I read it twice and it was still confusing The best parts of the Chocoholic mysteries are the interactions between and among the characters, but Joe was keeping a lot of secrets for himself and others and so the Lee Joe relationship wasn t as interesting as in other books But I still like the characters and I m looking forward to the next one view spoiler One good thing is that Lee isn t suspected of murder in this one But the murder part of the book was not satisfactory If I based my rating on the story of the murders, I would have rated it as one star Maybe I need to focus only on the characters and ignore the details of the mystery part of the book The first murder was a very important part of the book The murderer Pamela Patricia, decided to change from white collar crime to murder and somehow coordinated her actions with her lover Rhett all under the nose of Sarajane It was a very tight time frame Then she committed a second murder But having decided to become a murderer, I would have expected her to kill Joe and then Lee instead of locking them in the basement hide spoiler

  9. says:

    I really enjoyed this book as it kept me guessing most of the way through You think you know what s going on, but you really don t As weird things start to happen you see things aren t what you think they were, but you aren t sure what they are Great fun working at figuring things out There are some murders in book but nothing graphic

  10. says:

    An abused wife on the run, a husband who is up to something and a pushy private detective all descend on Warner Pier Somehow, Ten Huis Chocolates seem to be smack in the middle of all the skullduggery Lee and Aunt Nettie s discovery of a dead body at the back door of their shop doesn t help matters either.

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