The Semi-Sweet Hereafter by Colette London

Grab your teacup and a brownie!

The Semi-Sweet Hereafter

This is the third book in the Chocolate Whisperer Mysteries by Colette London.

Hayden Mundy Moore, also known as the chocolate whisperer, is back. Doing what she does best, which is helping clients with their chocolate issues. Travelling the globe most of the year, as stipulated by her late Uncle’s will.

This time she is in London, working with the wife of a hunky television chef, getting Primrose, a chocolates and bakery shop back on track after business begins slacking off due to her best bakers being lured away. Hayden is brought in to teach, advise and get Primrose back on top.

Staying in the guest house on Phoebe’s estate, Hayden is happily doing what she loves. Until she comes home to find a body in the guest house and herself as a suspect.

By now we know Hayden is going to jump on this and find out just who murdered the chef in the guesthouse with a kitchen utensil.

The descriptions of all the delicious chocolate treats was beginning to make my mouth water and that continued throughout the book. And extra points for that Sticky Pudding recipe in the back!

Will Hayden, with a little help from Danny and Travis, find the killer before she becomes a victim?

Grab a cup of tea and a brownie and settle in for a lovely read.
I received this book from Netgalley and Kensington Publishing in exchange for an honest review.


Colette London is the pseudonym of a best-selling novelist who’s published more than three dozen books worldwide. Her Chocolate Whisperer series kicked off with Criminal Confections and Dangerously Dark and continues with The Semi-Sweet Hereafter in October 2016, all from Kensington Books.

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