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Sherry Oliveri is used to competing in cook-offs, but this time she's serving as a judge. The upside is that she gets to taste all the contestants' cookies. The downside is that one of the bakers will wind up dead... It's the long Thanksgiving weekend, and between cooking for her family and working her dad's store for Black Friday, Sherry has a full plate. Next, she has to Sherry Oliveri is used to competing in cook-offs, but this time she's serving as a judge. The upside is that she gets to taste all the contestants' cookies. The downside is that one of the bakers will wind up dead... It's the long Thanksgiving weekend, and between cooking for her family and working her dad's store for Black Friday, Sherry has a full plate. Next, she has to judge the big cookie contest--and among the many entrants is her old high school home ec teacher, Mr. Currier. For old time's sake, Sherry invites him over for dinner, although sadly, the reunion will be short-lived. The next day, the prizes at the bake-off go missing--and later turn up at the marina, along with her ex-teacher's body. Now Sherry has to find out who would do such a thing... Includes Recipes from Sherry's Kitchen!


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Sherry Oliveri is used to competing in cook-offs, but this time she's serving as a judge. The upside is that she gets to taste all the contestants' cookies. The downside is that one of the bakers will wind up dead... It's the long Thanksgiving weekend, and between cooking for her family and working her dad's store for Black Friday, Sherry has a full plate. Next, she has to Sherry Oliveri is used to competing in cook-offs, but this time she's serving as a judge. The upside is that she gets to taste all the contestants' cookies. The downside is that one of the bakers will wind up dead... It's the long Thanksgiving weekend, and between cooking for her family and working her dad's store for Black Friday, Sherry has a full plate. Next, she has to judge the big cookie contest--and among the many entrants is her old high school home ec teacher, Mr. Currier. For old time's sake, Sherry invites him over for dinner, although sadly, the reunion will be short-lived. The next day, the prizes at the bake-off go missing--and later turn up at the marina, along with her ex-teacher's body. Now Sherry has to find out who would do such a thing... Includes Recipes from Sherry's Kitchen!

30 review for Double Chocolate Cookie Murder

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jackie Layton

    Devon Delaney weaves a wonderful mystery linking a fire in the past with a current day murder. There are twists and turns and you wonder how amateur sleuth Sherry Oliveri will pull it all together. This is a delightful cozy, and there are recipes included.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jerri Cachero

    When Sherry Oliveri, a competitive cookie baker, becomes a judge at a local Cookie Bake-Off, she fiinds the situation is naturalky, a little tense. Add to it that one of the contestants is her old high school home-economics teacher, who turns up dead, and you have the setting for a murder mystery that keeps you guessing! I didn't guess "whodunit", however I loved the twists and turns of the story. It was fun to see more of Sherry's family and I'm rooting for her and Don! I love that each book can When Sherry Oliveri, a competitive cookie baker, becomes a judge at a local Cookie Bake-Off, she fiinds the situation is naturalky, a little tense. Add to it that one of the contestants is her old high school home-economics teacher, who turns up dead, and you have the setting for a murder mystery that keeps you guessing! I didn't guess "whodunit", however I loved the twists and turns of the story. It was fun to see more of Sherry's family and I'm rooting for her and Don! I love that each book can be read as a standalone, but why not start at the beginning of this delicious and mysterious series! I received an ARC from NetGalley and the opinions expressed in this review are my own.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Morin

    Sherry Oliveri is judging her very first cookie bake off and she couldn't be happier. When she meets her home ec teacher, Mr. Currier, she feels a bit nostalgic and invites him to dinner, even though he will be a competitor in the cookie competition. What Sherry doesn't expect to happen is to find herself involved in another murder investigation. This series has a fun cast of characters and I'm enjoying getting to know Sherry as she comes out of her shell. I can relate to her when she's nervous ab Sherry Oliveri is judging her very first cookie bake off and she couldn't be happier. When she meets her home ec teacher, Mr. Currier, she feels a bit nostalgic and invites him to dinner, even though he will be a competitor in the cookie competition. What Sherry doesn't expect to happen is to find herself involved in another murder investigation. This series has a fun cast of characters and I'm enjoying getting to know Sherry as she comes out of her shell. I can relate to her when she's nervous about stepping out of her comfort zone, I feel the same way. I'm looking forward to meeting up with everyone again in the next book. Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for selecting me to read an advanced digital copy of Double Chocolate Cookie Murder. #DoubleChocolateCookieMurder #NetGalley

  4. 4 out of 5

    Bridget

    This is my second in the series although it is the fifth instalment, and Sherry Oliveri's first time judging the big cookie contest is looming. The contest is being held on a Saturday after Thanksgiving but first, on Black Friday, she will open up The Ruggery, her dad's shop that sells speciality crafted hand-loomed rugs. Protagonist Sherry is a terrific amateur sleuth and gets stuck in when a man is found dead at the marina behind the dockmaster's shed. It's one of the contestants from the cook This is my second in the series although it is the fifth instalment, and Sherry Oliveri's first time judging the big cookie contest is looming. The contest is being held on a Saturday after Thanksgiving but first, on Black Friday, she will open up The Ruggery, her dad's shop that sells speciality crafted hand-loomed rugs. Protagonist Sherry is a terrific amateur sleuth and gets stuck in when a man is found dead at the marina behind the dockmaster's shed. It's one of the contestants from the cookie contest, her old home economics teacher from high school... Set in Augustin, Double Chocolate Cookie Murder was a compelling, and fun, cosy read. I was sold from the very beginning, with its solid characters, great writing and a marvellous mystery that provided a good sprinkling of clues to satisfy even the most diligent armchair detective. Busy Sherry often works in The Ruggery when she is not entering culinary competitions and I found her to be spirited, peppy, curious and amusing. Although the book is part of a series, it would work as a standalone novel. With an entertaining plot the mystery itself was well done and there were divers and twists to keep me guessing the culprit's identity. Overall, a marvellous cosy and a very worthwhile read. I can't wait to see what the author has in store for Sherry in book #6 and like me, you might want to start the series from the beginning. Very highly recommended. I received a complimentary copy of this novel at my request from Kensington Books via NetGalley and this review is my unbiased opinion.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Annette

    This was my first book by this author, but it won’t be the last. I won an arc of this book on a Facebook event. I loved the main character and her family and friends. The plot moved quickly. The mystery had me guessing until the very end. I highly recommend this new book in the Cook-Off Mystery series by Devon Delaney.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Doreen

    8/29/2021 Just shoved this through my brain because I had to do a quick change in my work schedule argggghrrrawr. Entertaining, tho! Full review tk at CriminalElement.com. 8/29/2021 Just shoved this through my brain because I had to do a quick change in my work schedule argggghrrrawr. Entertaining, tho! Full review tk at CriminalElement.com.

  7. 5 out of 5

    JoAnne McMaster (Any Good Book)

    Sherri Oliveri loves entering cooking contests. But this time out she's been asked to judge a cookie contest -- one with the backstory of how the baker created the cookie. Before the contest, a man comes into her store and she finds out that he was once her home ec teacher, the person who gave her inspiration to do what she loves. On a whim, she invites him to dinner at her home along with her sister, father, father's girlfriend Ruth, and her boyfriend Don. She also learns his life is much diffe Sherri Oliveri loves entering cooking contests. But this time out she's been asked to judge a cookie contest -- one with the backstory of how the baker created the cookie. Before the contest, a man comes into her store and she finds out that he was once her home ec teacher, the person who gave her inspiration to do what she loves. On a whim, she invites him to dinner at her home along with her sister, father, father's girlfriend Ruth, and her boyfriend Don. She also learns his life is much different now, as he's changed his last name and is also entering the contest. The next day, everything seems to be going swimmingly; the contest winner is named along with the runner up, but when it comes time to disperse the prizes, they are nowhere to be found. Later, her old teacher's body is found at the marina, and it raises all sorts of questions as to who hated the man enough to kill him. When Sherry is asked by his ex-wife Rachel to find the killer, she decides to do it only because of what he taught her. Now, there's a killer on the loose, and Sherry wonders if someone is using her to play a deadly game... This is the fifth book in the series and I have read every one of them. I have watched Sherry and her family as they go through changes in their lives, and it's nice to see the characters grow. Sherry's life is full, and I'm surprised she has the energy she does. It would wear most people out. This time, she's trying to solve the murder of an old high school teacher, but things are more complicated than she expected. The past intertwines with the present, and not everyone is happy to see what she's discovered and wants it left alone. But Sherry, once she starts digging, doesn't stop until she's uncovered everything she needs to solve the crime. Unfortunately, people might not like it, but truth is truth. And finding that truth opens a lot of wounds, which nobody -- including Sherry -- ever expected. When the killer is discovered and everything comes together, the motive for the murder is rather sad; even if there's no excuse for killing another human being, I found myself torn by the story. I really enjoyed the climax -- it was set in an interesting location -- and the tale was indeed intriguing; I love stories where the past meets the present, so this was a bonus for me. I think the author did well by this entry in the series and I eagerly await the next. Highly recommended. I received an advance copy from the publisher and NetGalley but this in no way influenced my reivew.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Missi Martin (Stockwell)

    The Cook-Off Mystery series by Devon Delaney is a very tasty treat of a series. Readers will be glued to their seats wrestling with continuing reading the story or getting up to get a tasty treat to eat....I highly recommend getting something to eat before you sit down to indulge yourself in the story..... In Double Chocolate Cookie Mystery, the fifth book in this series, main character Sherry Oliveri has her hands full as always. It is the Thanksgiving holiday weekend and she is one of three jud The Cook-Off Mystery series by Devon Delaney is a very tasty treat of a series. Readers will be glued to their seats wrestling with continuing reading the story or getting up to get a tasty treat to eat....I highly recommend getting something to eat before you sit down to indulge yourself in the story..... In Double Chocolate Cookie Mystery, the fifth book in this series, main character Sherry Oliveri has her hands full as always. It is the Thanksgiving holiday weekend and she is one of three judges in the Story for Glory Cookie Bake-off. Usually Sherry is on the other side of the judging table where she is in her element but she was asked to judge this contest and seeing as baking isn't her cup of tea, she is taking her first time as judge very seriously. And when she runs into Crosby Currier Banks, an old teacher from high school who is entered in the contest, she invites him for Thanksgiving leftovers the night before the contest and tells him that she cannot be persuaded with his story. Unfortunately shortly after losing the contest Crosby is found dead at the marina. After Sherry meets Crosby's ex-wife Rachel, she is persuaded to look into his death. Little did she know that Crosby's death will lead her to the 20 year old fire at the marina where his father was the dockmaster. Sherry learns more than she ever thought she would about the devastating fire and Crosby's family but none of it provides answers, instead she is left with more questions. Readers will enjoy the way that Delaney twists the story from the past into the present and how it affected so many people. Readers will also love Sherry, her family, friends and her busy, chaotic life. But like I said in the beginning.....have a tasty snack on hand because once you start reading you will be powerless to stop.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Mary

    This is the 5th installment of the Cook Off mystery murder series. In this installment, Sherry Oliveri is a cookie judge versus being an actual contestant. The contest is being held the Saturday after Thanksgiving but first Sherry must open the Ruggery her Father’s Rug store on Black Friday. Her Father is not a big fan of sales so Sherry handles Black Friday for him. When a customer comes in who looks familiar to Sherry she is trying to place him when her sister Marla (who is visiting for Thanks This is the 5th installment of the Cook Off mystery murder series. In this installment, Sherry Oliveri is a cookie judge versus being an actual contestant. The contest is being held the Saturday after Thanksgiving but first Sherry must open the Ruggery her Father’s Rug store on Black Friday. Her Father is not a big fan of sales so Sherry handles Black Friday for him. When a customer comes in who looks familiar to Sherry she is trying to place him when her sister Marla (who is visiting for Thanksgiving) says he was there home economics teacher Mr. Currier but he introduces himself as Crosby Banks. Why the difference. Sherry invites him to dinner for Thanksgiving leftover as she remembers how he passed her even after she failed her baking test. Sherry maybe a great cook but baking is not her favorite. She and her family enjoy their dinner with Crosby Banks but the next day he seems a little out of sorts at the cookie contest and he provides a totally different story for his Aloha cookies than the one he ran by her family the night before. Sherry finds being a judge very difficult and fortunately her fellow judges help her out. Sherry runs into Crosby’s wife Rachel who she learns is his ex-wife and she is not at all kind about her ex-husband. Sherry tries to catch Crosby to tell him his cookie was good and better luck next time. Later she learns that Crosby was murdered down at the Marina after the cookie contest. Rachel seeks out Sherry to help her find out his murderer and clear her name. Sherry wants to find Crosby’s killer because he could have failed her years ago and he did not. It turns out years ago Crosby was a possible suspect in the arson at the Marina and there are several possible suspects and Sherry becomes the victim of sabotage so she must be getting close. Enjoyed this mystery and was a great addition to the series.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Susan Johnston

    Princess Fuzzypants here: Sherry is usually the contestant in the cooking competitions but this time, she is one of three judges. She admits her baking skills do not match her other culinary feats. One of the contestants is a blast from her past- the high school home ec teacher who first opened her mind to a future in food. While she cannot play favourites in the competition, she does acknowledge the impact he had on her life. There is something “off” about his cookie and story so he does not win Princess Fuzzypants here: Sherry is usually the contestant in the cooking competitions but this time, she is one of three judges. She admits her baking skills do not match her other culinary feats. One of the contestants is a blast from her past- the high school home ec teacher who first opened her mind to a future in food. While she cannot play favourites in the competition, she does acknowledge the impact he had on her life. There is something “off” about his cookie and story so he does not win. But things go rapidly downhill when his body is discovered at the marina where his family has a long and complicated history. And it is that history and the lies and secrets that surround it that Sherry must unravel if she is to find the killer. She is asked by one of the suspects to do so but it seems every time Sherry discovers something new, the woman throws up barriers to prevent her from going too deep. The emotions around the events run intense and the killer is not amused that Sherry has been asking questions. After a few close calls, Sherry does discover the who and the why behind the murder. It had me wondering right up to the end. It is an entertaining read. Four purrs and two paws up.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Cozy Cat Reviews

    This is the 5th release in the charming cozy series "The Cook Off Mystery" series. Thank you to the publisher and to Net Galley for the opportunity. My review opinion is my own. In this next in series our protagnist Sherry is excited to be judging her first cookie contest and preparing for being a judge. Sherry has trouble stepping out of her comfort zone and I love that the author writes of anxiety as normal for Sherry . She meets up with one of her old teachers and invites him to dinner and so This is the 5th release in the charming cozy series "The Cook Off Mystery" series. Thank you to the publisher and to Net Galley for the opportunity. My review opinion is my own. In this next in series our protagnist Sherry is excited to be judging her first cookie contest and preparing for being a judge. Sherry has trouble stepping out of her comfort zone and I love that the author writes of anxiety as normal for Sherry . She meets up with one of her old teachers and invites him to dinner and soon is in the middle of another murder. Between her judging duties, investigating and the clues she finds about the murder she is one busy baker. I like Sherry and friends. The author has a talent for writing them as real people you relate to. I love the mystery that kept me guessing to conclusion. I always look forward to returning to Sherry and Friends. This is a cozy series with charm, great charcters and lots of yummy treats.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Ancillar

    Double Chocolate Cookie Murder is the fifth book in the cook-off mystery series and it's pretty sad that I just recently started reading Devon Delaney. The book follows Sherry Oliveri who is judging her very first cookie bake-off. She is pretty excited to be a judge as she is a seasoned cook-off participant. A typical throwback occurs a day before the competition when her former home economics teacher Mr. Currier shows up at her store informing her that she is participating in the cookie bake-of Double Chocolate Cookie Murder is the fifth book in the cook-off mystery series and it's pretty sad that I just recently started reading Devon Delaney. The book follows Sherry Oliveri who is judging her very first cookie bake-off. She is pretty excited to be a judge as she is a seasoned cook-off participant. A typical throwback occurs a day before the competition when her former home economics teacher Mr. Currier shows up at her store informing her that she is participating in the cookie bake-off. Like every cookie left for too long in the oven, someone ends up dead at the bake-off. Sherry chews another bite off the cookie of investigation and takes one bite of the clues till she solves the case. I enjoyed the cozy and want more of them. The book also has amazing side characters, yummy foods, and a little bit of romance. A huge thanks to my publisher for my e-ARC in exchange for an honest review

  13. 5 out of 5

    Bobbie Kirkland

    Through NetGalley, I received a free copy of DOUBLE CHOCOLATE COOKIE MURDER (Book 5 of the Cook-Off Mysteries), by Devon Delaney, in exchange for an honest review. Sherry Oliveri is involved in another cook-off; however, this time, she officiating as a judge. When one of the contestants swipes the prizes and runs off with the loot, everyone is confused and disappointed. Then, Sherry finds out the prizes were recovered from the car of her old home economics teacher, who was one of the contestants Through NetGalley, I received a free copy of DOUBLE CHOCOLATE COOKIE MURDER (Book 5 of the Cook-Off Mysteries), by Devon Delaney, in exchange for an honest review. Sherry Oliveri is involved in another cook-off; however, this time, she officiating as a judge. When one of the contestants swipes the prizes and runs off with the loot, everyone is confused and disappointed. Then, Sherry finds out the prizes were recovered from the car of her old home economics teacher, who was one of the contestants in the bake off. The problem is that her teacher is now dead; he was slain at the marina. Sherry feels like she must honor one of her favorite teachers by identifying his killer. Sherry’s investigation will stir up decades-old drama. I like this book and enjoy the series. I recommend the book to fans of cozy mysteries featuring murder, cooking competitions, sailing, marinas, food, family, and family businesses. #DoubleChocolateCookieMurder #NetGalley

  14. 5 out of 5

    FMSWarrior

    Sherry Oliveri has a busy Thanksgiving weekend in store. She’s helping out at her father’s store for Black Friday and judging a bake-off in addition to the holiday feast itself. When one of the contestants turns out to be one of Sherry’s former teachers, she invites him to dinner so they can reconnect. While excited about judging the bake-off, Sherry certainly didn’t expect to be looking into the murder of one of the contestants…her old teacher. Now Sherry has to balance everything along with sl Sherry Oliveri has a busy Thanksgiving weekend in store. She’s helping out at her father’s store for Black Friday and judging a bake-off in addition to the holiday feast itself. When one of the contestants turns out to be one of Sherry’s former teachers, she invites him to dinner so they can reconnect. While excited about judging the bake-off, Sherry certainly didn’t expect to be looking into the murder of one of the contestants…her old teacher. Now Sherry has to balance everything along with sleuthing to find out whodunit. This is a super fun series with recipes and I always enjoy taking a break from reality with Sherry and the gang. This is definitely one of my favorite cozy series!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Tracy

    Sherry Oliveri is back and this time she is a contest judge instead of a participant. This is an unusual tale that takes a fiery tale of the past and a bitter bit of the present, not exactly the best ingredients for a cookie recipe but it does make for an interesting cookie recipe origin story. Sherry finds that being an impartial judge isn’t as easy as you would think, especially when her proverbial Doc Watson is also a cookie contestant. Plenty of engaging characters, clues and culinary cozine Sherry Oliveri is back and this time she is a contest judge instead of a participant. This is an unusual tale that takes a fiery tale of the past and a bitter bit of the present, not exactly the best ingredients for a cookie recipe but it does make for an interesting cookie recipe origin story. Sherry finds that being an impartial judge isn’t as easy as you would think, especially when her proverbial Doc Watson is also a cookie contestant. Plenty of engaging characters, clues and culinary coziness, especially the recipes found in the back of the book. I for one am looking forward to making peppermint patties for the holidays!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    This was the first book I’ve read by this author. I was a little wary of going into this without having read the previous books in this series but I wasn’t left behind at all. The main character, Sherry, is judging a cookie competition (though I understand she is usually the one entering said culinary competitions.) Sherry meets one of the entrants before the contest and then later his body is found. Sherry puts on her detective hat as she wonders who would have reason to do away with the victim This was the first book I’ve read by this author. I was a little wary of going into this without having read the previous books in this series but I wasn’t left behind at all. The main character, Sherry, is judging a cookie competition (though I understand she is usually the one entering said culinary competitions.) Sherry meets one of the entrants before the contest and then later his body is found. Sherry puts on her detective hat as she wonders who would have reason to do away with the victim and if it has anything to do with his cookies. I liked this story enough to want to go back and read the previous entries in this series and to other books by this author.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Annalisa

    Sherry makes a living entering all kinds of cooking contests. This time she gets to see how the other half lives.She gets to be a judge at a Thanksgiving weekend cookie contest. She also gets a blast from the past in the form of a former teacher. He is entering the contest as well. They catch up with each other and call it a night. The prizes for the contest go missing and are found next to the former teachers body. She needs to find the killer. This book is a great read. It moves at a fast pace Sherry makes a living entering all kinds of cooking contests. This time she gets to see how the other half lives.She gets to be a judge at a Thanksgiving weekend cookie contest. She also gets a blast from the past in the form of a former teacher. He is entering the contest as well. They catch up with each other and call it a night. The prizes for the contest go missing and are found next to the former teachers body. She needs to find the killer. This book is a great read. It moves at a fast pace and the characters are lovely. There are clues aplenty to keep you busy reading while you ponder whodunit. I definitely recommend this wonderful book.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Adele Downs

    I was definitely in need of light reading after I closed the book on an unexpectedly gruesome murder mystery for review. I welcomed the ARC of Double Chocolate Cookie Murder into my Kindle, since chocolate chip cookies in real life always lift my spirits, and relaxed in my beach chair with my first story by Devon Delaney. I didn't realize the novel was number five of five in a series featuring Sherry Oliveri, but the book stands well on its own. Cute. Many thanks to NetGalley and Kensington Books I was definitely in need of light reading after I closed the book on an unexpectedly gruesome murder mystery for review. I welcomed the ARC of Double Chocolate Cookie Murder into my Kindle, since chocolate chip cookies in real life always lift my spirits, and relaxed in my beach chair with my first story by Devon Delaney. I didn't realize the novel was number five of five in a series featuring Sherry Oliveri, but the book stands well on its own. Cute. Many thanks to NetGalley and Kensington Books for providing an ARC to read and review. *NetGalley Top Reviewer*

  19. 5 out of 5

    Gloria

    Over the Thanksgiving weekend Sherry has to judge the big cookie contest. Among the many entrants is her old high school home ec teacher, Mr. Currier. Sherry invites him to dinner along with several other people. Unfortunately the next day the prizes at the bake-off go missing and later turn up at the marina, along with her ex-teacher's body. Sherry is knee deep in the search for the murderer and there is no shortage of suspects. I was not expecting the final result myself. I recommend this book. Over the Thanksgiving weekend Sherry has to judge the big cookie contest. Among the many entrants is her old high school home ec teacher, Mr. Currier. Sherry invites him to dinner along with several other people. Unfortunately the next day the prizes at the bake-off go missing and later turn up at the marina, along with her ex-teacher's body. Sherry is knee deep in the search for the murderer and there is no shortage of suspects. I was not expecting the final result myself. I recommend this book.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Margie

    Double Chocolate Cookie Murder by Devon Delaney is the fifth book in her Cook-Off Mystery series. In this book amateur sleuth and cook-off queen Sherry Oliveri is on the other side of the competition. She is one of three judges in a holiday cookie bake-off. A murder occurs following the event and Sherry can't help but get involved in solving it. I really liked how Sherry worked on eliminating suspects. The story is realistic in that Sherry didn't solve the murder in a couple easy steps. I also l Double Chocolate Cookie Murder by Devon Delaney is the fifth book in her Cook-Off Mystery series. In this book amateur sleuth and cook-off queen Sherry Oliveri is on the other side of the competition. She is one of three judges in a holiday cookie bake-off. A murder occurs following the event and Sherry can't help but get involved in solving it. I really liked how Sherry worked on eliminating suspects. The story is realistic in that Sherry didn't solve the murder in a couple easy steps. I also liked the ending and the outing of the murderer. I received an ARC in exchange for a honest review.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    This is the first book I have read in this series and I have mixed feelings. I enjoyed the mystery aspect as I really didn't know who did it until the end. I found myself really struggling with the main character because she would be nice one minute and then crass and short another. I tend to struggle reading and the whole book felt "choppy" and it made it harder for me to read. Thank you to Kensington Books and NetGalley for an advanced copy This is the first book I have read in this series and I have mixed feelings. I enjoyed the mystery aspect as I really didn't know who did it until the end. I found myself really struggling with the main character because she would be nice one minute and then crass and short another. I tend to struggle reading and the whole book felt "choppy" and it made it harder for me to read. Thank you to Kensington Books and NetGalley for an advanced copy

  22. 5 out of 5

    Lacey Harrington

    This one was fun and I didn’t guess the murderer. Sherry Oliveri is very excited to be judging a cookie bake off. What isn’t exciting is finding herself in the middle of another murder investigation. #DoubleChocolateCookieMurder #NetGalley

  23. 5 out of 5

    Karen Holman

    This is a cozy mystery by Devon Delany that will have the reader guessing who did it. The creative characters, East coast setting, and crafty ending will keep book lovers looking for the ending. copy right 2021 291 pages plus recipes from tale

  24. 4 out of 5

    Karen Fan

    So fun! Good cast of characters and plenty of twists and clues to keep you on your toes; the murderer was definitely a surprise to me. The food descriptions kept me drooling and the only thing I could have wished for was the recipe for the Tropical Aloha bars.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Renee Winter

    Looking for a full cast of characters, an end with a twist and recipes added in? This mystery satisfies it all! Keeps you guessing until the end. Very enjoyable. This series gets better and better. Thanks #netgalley and #Keningston for the eARC in exchange for an honest review.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Joy Whiteside

    This was such a good read that I had to keep reading and proceeded to finish it in one sitting. It moves along at the perfect speed for a cozy mystery and the story grabs you and keeps you guessing and reading till the end. This book is a must read, there is no doubt about it.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Tobey

    An entertaining and clever cozy mystery. Great ending. Some surprises. Thanks to the publisher for providing a copy via NetGalley.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kory Bull

    Great cozy mystery set during one of the craziest times of the year. I loved the recipes in the book and even tried one. I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves baking and a good mystery

  29. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    Devon Delaney serves up another winner. Double Chocolate Chip Murder has surprises galore. The cast of characters are entertaining. The storyline is enjoyable with a twist ending.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl

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