The eighth book in the best-selling Sandy Bay Cozy Mystery series!
The end-of-year Sandy Bay Festival is an opportunity for the town to display its history, promote local businesses, and attract visitors to the best-kept secret in the Pacific Northwest. There's just one problem. It's always associated with an increase in crime. This year, a stranger with an unknown identity is found dead during the fireworks display.
Some of the town's residents have had enough of the annual hassle. Others would rather die than see an end to this popular festival. Meghan Truman, a new resident in Sandy Bay with a successful bakery, is torn between either supporting an event that shines a light on all the good things about her adopted hometown or showing allegiance to a dear friend who is leading the cause to ban the festival.
With the town on the brink of a riot and no forthcoming clues to help Detective Jack Irvin in his murder investigation, Meghan must retain the hot passion that has seen her business and relationships prosper thus far while she confronts cold bodies all around.
The clock is ticking....
A murder investigation is growing cold....
Will Meghan provide the spark that unlocks this murder mystery?
Book eight in the best-selling Sandy Bay Cozy Mystery series, which can be enjoyed in one to two hours! Perfect for a lunchtime listen or on a commute to/from work. If you want to enjoy a quick, light-hearted story with an amateur female sleuth, mouth-watering culinary desserts, and a gripping murder mystery with a touch of romance, then you'll love Meghan Truman and all the quirky characters in Sandy Bay.
No cliffhanger, swearing, or graphic scenes!
Listen to Hot Chocolate and Cold Bodies to find out how this cozy mystery is solved.