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**Enraged Baseball Star Murders College Sweetheart**
The past two years have been tough for Anna Butler. Widowed at fifty five and diagnosed with a dreaded illness soon after, she is struggling to keep it all together. Then the license for her dream café is rejected. Anna feels she can’t get a break.
Cassie Butler dropped a glitzy Hollywood life and came home to nurse her mother. Penniless after being duped by her crooked manager, she isn’t striving too hard to rebuild her flagging career. Living with her estranged mother after twenty years is proving to be a challenge.
When a young college girl is found dead in the woods, her boyfriend becomes the top suspect.
Anna agrees to go sleuthing to help her friend’s son, a bright young kid she has watched grow up. As Anna uncovers one clue after another, her faith in the boy begins to waver. Is he really as innocent as he claims to be?
Raspberry Chocolate Murder is the first juicy mystery in a brand new cozy mystery series from international Amazon bestselling author Leena Clover. Set in the small seaside town of Dolphin Bay on the California coast, this is a fast pageturner with plenty of twists and turns and luscious food.
If you love strong heroines, small town life, friendships that endure and yummy food that makes your mouth water, you will love Dolphin Bay.
Grab this beach cozy today and start reading.
Read an Excerpt:
Cassie put in an order for the roast turkey on sourdough. It came with hickory smoked bacon and avocado and loads of local Monterey Jack cheese. Cassie tried to add up the calories she was about to consume, thinking of the fat grams and carbs that were taboo to her peers. Then she gave up. She would have plenty of time to shed some weight after she landed a good role. Cassie eagerly accepted her sandwich from an apron clad girl, sniffing hungrily at the delicious smells wafting through it. She turned around swiftly and landed into a solid wall.
“Hello Princess,” a deep, throaty voice whispered in her ear.
Cassie felt her knee pop as she looked into a pair of brown eyes the color of creamy milk chocolate. She was a bit too familiar with who they belonged to.
“Dylan,” she said in a clipped voice. “What are you doing here?”
“Getting a bite to eat,” the tall, tanned man answered, rubbing his nose. “Same as you.”
Cassie nodded and walked to her mother’s table. Anna and her friends were devouring their lunch with relish.
“Can I give you a ride?” Cassie asked the women.
“We can walk back,” Anna said primly. “Your car’s too small for all of us.”
About the Author: Leena Clover is the international bestselling author of the popular Pelican Cove cozy mystery series.
An avid reader herself, Leena grew up reading mystery books. Some of her favorite authors are Agatha Christie and M C Beaton. Now she is trying her hand at writing whodunnits, making them as nail biting as possible while keeping them cozy.
Her love for food is evident in all her books. Readers can find yummy treats in the pages of her books, along with friends that last a lifetime.
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