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Lost and Fondue by Avery Aames
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Jun 05, 2011

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bookshelves: mystery-ohio, murder-culinary
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Charlotte runs a cheese shop in her quaint, tourist-y Ohio town, and cousin Matthew, newly divorced, runs the wine part of the shop. When his greedy ex-wife shows up, no one believes it's to visit the nine-year-old twins she'd deserted. Meanwhile, Charlotte's best friend and Matthew's new squeeze Meredith is trying to convert an old winery, rumored haunted, to a new college. Her brother Freddie brings a crew of his art students to paint the winery. When a dead body is found in the cellar, Freddie's daughter is the main suspect. Meredith begs Charlotte to investigate. There are lots and lots of townspeople with quaintly named shops who help or hinder, plus the police chief, who may be interested in Charlotte, although she's crazy about a mysterious cheese-maker whose sister--oh, by now you know if this is your cup of Merlot or not.

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