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In Cold Chocolate by Dorothy St. James

In Cold Chocolate

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In Cold Chocolate by Dorothy St. James
Hardcover $26.99
Sep 11, 2018 | ISBN 9781683317432

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Praise

Praise for In Cold Chocolate:
“Penn is such a great creation: complicated and flawed while still being relatable and absolutely hilarious. I don’t think I’ve laughed as much while reading a culinary cozy.”
Criminal Element

“A great addition to an outstanding series! This cozy series has everything you could want—great characters, good writing and thrilling mysteries that’ll keep you entertained. I highly recommend.”
Night Owl Reviews

Praise for Playing with Bonbon Fire:
“This is a well-written mystery that immediately grabbed my attention and I could not put the book down, quickly becoming a page-turner.”
Dru’s Book Musings

“A neat mystery, a touch of romance, and a real feel for the Carolina shagging lifestyle.”
Kirkus Reviews

“Cozy fans will still have fun.”
Publishers Weekly

Praise for Asking for Truffle:
Compulsively readable…readers will cheer Penn every step of the way.”
Publishers Weekly

“Dorothy St. James has crafted a delicious concoction of murder and mayhem in her debut title Asking for Truffle. The spunky heroine, Penn, makes a refreshingly no nonsense amateur sleuth, working to discover who murdered her longtime friend while taking on the delicious task of learning how to make artisan chocolates with her adorable dog Stella at her side. I enjoyed every bite.”
—Jenn McKinlay, NYT and USA Today bestselling author of the Cupcake Bakery mysteries

Asking for Truffle is a splendid twist on the cozy, offering a complex heroine, a coastal town full of secrets, and surprises around every corner. A heady delight for chocolate lovers and an enticing beginning to a new mystery series. I look forward to many more installments from St. James and her heroine, Penn.”
—Bailey Cates, NYT bestselling author of the Magical Bakery mysteries

Yum! Wear a bib when you read this one! The chocolate descriptions and the recipes will definitely have you drooling. An interesting heroine and a town filled with quirky characters, plus chocolate—what’s not to like? Dorothy St. James did a super job.”
—JoAnna Carl, national bestselling author of the Chocoholic mysteries

Asking for Truffle is a story as richly layered as the rare chocolate it features, with interesting and quirky characters readers will love, all wrapped in a lush setting that made me want to stake out a spot in town and stay there. Readers will definitely wish they could visit the Chocolate Box after reading this story.”
—Jacklyn Brady, national bestselling author of the Piece of Cake mysteries

“An intriguing premise that will draw you in and keep you guessing, a spunky protagonist turned reluctant chocolatier, and the perfect blend of exotic chocolate makes St. James’s new series sure to satisfy your sweet tooth. The mystery of Penn’s past looms in this tightly plotted page-turner. Asking for Truffle will leave you hungry for a cup of creamy, rich hot chocolate and wanting to know what’s next for Penn and her new found family.”
—Ellie Alexander, author of the Bakeshop mysteries

“The first in a new series for St. James features an appealingly reflective heroine and a varied roster of suspects.”
Kirkus Reviews

“Splendid…An easy reading cozy mystery that keeps you hooked from page one with delicious characters and a delightful story.”
Fresh Fiction

“All that’s enjoyable about a cozy mystery: quirkiness, danger, feisty pets, humor, and chocolate…An addictive mystery that keeps you up late reading.”
San Francisco Book Review

“I couldn’t put the book down…I highly recommend Asking for Truffle as your go-to book for a great September read.”
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