Devil’s Food Cake and Death (A Bee’s Bakery Cozy Mystery

In this small town, the devil is in the details. And the poison is in the cake…

Ruby and Bee, and their cat Cookie, are having the best summer imaginable in Mystery, Maine. They’re planning a small vacation, they get to work in their dream bakery every day, and they’ve made new friends. Life couldn’t be more perfect.

Until a spate of graverobbing at the local cemetery sets everyone in town on edge.

When the body of a mystery man turns up, Ruby and Bee are alarmed. The peace and quiet is shattered, and they’re not convinced that their enemy, the detective, knows how to fix it.

With tourist season in full swing, and the town residents on edge and asking for their help, Ruby and Bee have to decide: step in and risk the ire of the detective, or stay out of it and see their new home dissolve into chaos.Can Ruby and Bee solve the perfect crime? Find out in the third book in the Bee’s Bakery Cozy Mystery series from USA Today bestseller, Rosie A. Point.Grab your copy today!

Friday Cozy Mystery :

Bee and Ruby are settling in to their new life in Mystery. Ruby is happily married to Jamie. She would like Bee to find happiness too, preferably with Detective Mike but Bee is reluctant to let go of her past and is avoiding the relationship. When graverobbers strike in the local cemetery Bee does the unthinkable in her eagerness to solve the case and places her relationship in jeopardy. Can she redeem herself in Mike’s eyes or is she fated to grow old alone with only her new little puppy to love?

This is a well-written cozy mystery with twists and drama for added reading enjoyment.

Happy Devil Food Cake Day !

Devil’s food cake is a moist, rich chocolate layer cake. It is considered a counterpart to the white or yellow angel food cake. Because of differing recipes and changing ingredient availability over the 20th century, it is difficult to precisely qualify what distinguishes devil’s food from the more standard chocolate cake. However, it traditionally has more chocolate than a regular chocolate cake, making it darker in colour and with a heavier texture. The cake is usually paired with a rich chocolate frosting.

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