Lost and Fondue by Avery Aames

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Agatha Award winner.This is the second on  A Cheese Shop Mystery series.The fair town of Providence has settled down to normal after last year's murder.  Jonquils are in bloom.  The Cheese Shop is thriving.  and Charlotte's romance with Jordan is flourishing.  But when her friend, Meredith, decides to throw a fund-raiser to create a liberal arts college out of a long-abandoned winery--a winery that is rumored to hold not only buried bodies but buried treasure--Charlotte's joie de vivre deflates like a bad souffle.Charlotte's fears are realized when an art student is found dead in the wine cellar, and Meredith's niece is the main suspect.

About Avery Aames

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Avery Aames loves to cook and enjoys a good wine. She speaks a little French and has even played a French woman on stage. And she adores cheese.
Published May 3, 2011 by Berkley. 309 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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