Book 3 in Death by Chocolate series. Rick's car blows up in his driveway. Lindsay is left with an image of Rick's green SUV flying around the neighborhood along with pieces of Rick—a blue contact lens in Mrs. Hawkins' driveway, a perfectly creased trouser leg hanging on the street sign, a vertebra on the immaculate lawn. Since their divorce wasn't final and Rick has no family, Lindsay assumes she is his only heir. Then Bryan Kollar, local celebrity bodybuilder and owner of the chain of gyms, Body by Bryan, comes into Death by Chocolate and asks to buy back the flour mill built by his great-grandfather and purchased by Rick before his death. Lindsay readily agrees that, as soon as she gets title, she'll return it to him. But before his estate is settled, Rick has more relatives than a lottery winner. What was Rick planning to do with the old flour mill? Why does Bryan want it back? He doesn't even eat refined flour! Is the obnoxious Rickie, Jr., really Rick's son? Why is the woman who claims to be Rick's mother so certain the child is not her grandson? Are these people really related to Rick, or was he actually an alien stranded on earth when the mother ship left without him? Come for the Cookie Dough Cheesecake Bars, stay for the murder, mayhem and fun!
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Published November 26, 2012
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