Back in Tinker 's Cove where Lucy gets entangled in a Valentine double-homicide mystery.What I liked about Chocolate Covered Murder: Passage of time- I neve really like that it was made clear some time had passed since the previous ook.
ometimes it look like these cozy mystery series pick up right where the next book ended and it give me wonder why these towns continue to have residents with all this murder happening around them.
I mean, I wen out of the northeast almost twenty years ago, but after living in the ballpark of half my life up there, I efinitely think the difference between the two.The mystery itself- The pace, the little twists, the inevitable moment of peril for our intrepid reporter, the reveal, and the outcome all worked well as whole.
At one point, th character in a book asks: " It 's definitely the kin of hing you 'd xpect in a little town like this. " I have to ay, seems this particular haracter is n't all that familiar in the place they 've rrived, because history points to an otherwise different conclusion about Tinker 's Cove.
Just an FYI for some that this might offend.It is winter in Tinker 's Cove, and in order to oost the economy, the villag is launching a travel promotion for Valentine 's Day. As a correspondent for the Pennysaver, Lucy is assigned to write an article about the award winning chocolate shop, Chanticleer 's Chocolates, and its owner, Trey Meacham.
When Lucy goes to the supermarke for her article, she meets store manager, sexy and sensual Tamzin Graves.