To Brie Or Not to Brie

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Berkley Publishing Group, 2013 - Fiction - 325 pages
26 Reviews
Murder, revenge, and secrets: Shakespeare has arrived in Providence, Ohio...

Charlotte Bessette—owner of Fromagerie Bessette, known by locals as The Cheese Shop—has a lot on her plate: setting a date with her fiancé, feeding the actors in her grandmother’s production of Hamlet, and planning the menu for her best friend and cousin’s upcoming wedding. At least her new creation—sinfully delicious Brie blueberry ice cream—has turned out perfectly.

Just days before the wedding, a stranger turns up dead in the Igloo Ice Cream Parlor's freezer, his head bashed with a container of Charlotte's signature ice cream. But this stranger turns out to be more than he seems, and his death threatens to unravel all that Charlotte has worked for. She has no choice but to add one more thing to her to-do list: find the killer before the villain destroys all that she loves.

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The recipes are easy to follow and delicious! - Goodreads
However, it is fun and educational to read this series! - Goodreads
There are a couple of story lines that are sewn up. - Goodreads

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User Review  - murderbydeath - LibraryThing

So-so. I really like the characters and the setting, and I like the cheese shop - but the sales pitch that goes with almost every single mention of a cheese or a wine gets annoying. I find myself ... Read full review

Review: To Brie or Not To Brie (A Cheese Shop Mystery #4)

User Review  - Lia Marcoux - Goodreads

Listen, it's. I get it. I'm complicit in these. But when a mystery presents some of the flimsiest reasoning yet for getting an amateur sleuth involved, a character is coincidentally reading the same ... Read full review

About the author (2013)

Avery Aames loves to cook and enjoys a good wine. She speaks a little French and has even played a French woman on stage. And she adores cheese.

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