Note: Dear Readers, it has been brought to my attention that some of the fudge recipes of "To Fudge or Not To Fudge" have an error- softball stage is 235-240F or 125C- please cook to softball stage and enjoy!! ~Thank you to my helpful reader, Margaret!
One yummy mystery led to another. This one is set in a Mackinac Island, Michigan Historic Hotel and Fudge Shoppe. ALL Fudged UP is a bit of Northern Exposure when a Chicago candy-maker sets up shop in the hometown of the World's Best Fudge and discovers the competition can be murder.
© 2014 by Nancy J Parra
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Book Two in the Candy Coated Mystery Series, To Fudge or Not To Fudge is set during Lilac Festival on Mackinac Island, Michigan.
This vacation destination is brought to life with fudge recipes, murder and a sweet bichon-poo to help discover the clues.
Introducing Book 3 of the Candy Coated Mystery series.
Available for preorder now!
Out May 2015
“A fun book with a lively plot, and it’s in one of America’s most interesting resorts. All this plus fudge!” ~ JoAnna Carl, Bestselling author of the Chocoholic Mystery Series.
"A sweet confection of a book.”
“Charming setting, clever protagonist, and creamy fudge—a yummy recipe for a great read.”
Joanna Campbell Slan, author of The Jane Eyre Chronicles
Move over, Janet Evanovich – there’s a new kid on the block. Nancy Coco (Parra)’s latest, All Fudged Up, is a delightful mystery delivering suspense and surprise in equal measure. Her heroine, Alice McMurphy, owner of the “Historic McMurphy Hotel and Fudge Shop” (as much of a mouthful as her delicious fudge), has a wry narrative voice that never falters. Add that to the charm of the setting, Michigan’s famed Mackinac Island, and you have a recipe for enjoyment. (As an added bonus, mouth-watering fudge recipes are included.) A must-read for all lovers of amateur sleuth classic mysteries.- Carole Bugge, author of Who Killed Blanche Dubois and other Claire Rawlings mysteries