Special Feature: Chilled to the Cone (A Bakeshop Mystery #12) by Ellie Alexander

Cozy mystery fans be on the look out for this upcoming installment of a charming series out tomorrow! I have adored many of Ellie Alexander’s books including this series! I have skipped around a bit in it but I have always felt more of less up to speed with the characters.

I especially love all the baking elements and the fact that she is an Oregon author and this series is set in Ashland Oregon, only makes me all the more excited for it!

As I mentioned this one is out tomorrow so you don’t want to miss it! Even if you aren’t fully caught up in the series (like me) don’t let that dissuade you from reading this one! The author always does a nice job orientating readers in the series and the focus is on the mystery—-and the food of course!

Summary

Pastry chef and amateur sleuth Juliet Capshaw finds herself on thin ice as she attempts to solve her latest case of small-town murder in Ellie Alexander’s Chilled to the Cone: A Bakeshop Mystery.

The deep freeze has thawed in Ashland, Oregon and Torte is gearing up for a busy spring. When a surprise opportunity to launch a pop-up ice cream shop comes her way, Jules jumps at the chance to showcase Torte’s signature iced drinks and cold custards. But selling the desserts of her dreams comes at a price. . .and, before she knows it, Jules’s life swirls into a nightmare.

One of the town’s most colorful characters, a street performer known for wearing capes and a cone-shaped hat, turns up dead just as Torte 2.0 is set to open its doors. Can Jules get the scoop on what happened to “The Wizard” of Ashland before her new business venture reaches a chilling conclusion?  (summary from Goodreads)

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