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I loved this mystery! In fact it made me want to drink some wine, eat cheese and chocolate as I turned each page. I could almost smell the delicious truffles Sadie ate as the author described them. The Tremiato family has dynamics as we all do in our families, without the murder mystery. See who is the guilty one as you turn page by page. This author had vivid descriptions in Sadies' weekend off of the bed and breakfast that could fill the readers imagination. I could imagine my self enthralled in a game of rummy or sipping wine, as the reader should. Find out if her chocolatier friend Matteo is the criminal or a victim of jealous family members. You'll definitely be able to smell the chocolate! Until next time! Carole

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