No visit to Paradise, Colorado, is complete without a stop at Divinity Candy Shop for a taste of heaven. Owner Abby Shaw inherited Divinity from her Aunt Grace—and took the opportunity to leave corporate law and her cheating husband. Now she spends her time serving up delectable treats—and performing the occasional deductive feat…
When Abby Shaw witnesses a stranger gunned down on the highway, she's convinced that she's seen a murder. The only problem is, when she returns to the scene with the police, there's no body. Even elbow-deep in hot syrup, Abby still gets chills thinking about it, and is determined to find out the truth—yet when a body does turn up, days later, wishy-washy witnesses make things sticky. It’s not as if Abby can take her sweet time figuring it out—she’s busy running Divinity, training a new employee, and assistant-coaching her nephews’ basketball team, not to mention reconnecting with an old friend. But she discovers things aren’t always as they seem, especially when it comes to keeping deadly secrets…
Includes Candy Recipes
About the author
Sherry Lewis is an award-winning, national bestselling author who writes across several genres. Along with her writing career, she has been teaching writing workshops for more than 20 years through Dancing on Coals Workshops for Fiction Writers.
In 1993 Sherry launched her mystery-writing career with the sale of her first three books in the Fred Vickery mystery series to Berkley Prime Crime. In early 1994 she sold her first romance to Harlequin Superromance, launching her career as a romance writer.
As Sammi Carter, she wrote the Candy Shop mystery series set in Paradise, Colorado. The series features candy maker Abby Shaw.
As Jacklyn Brady she writes the Piece of Cake mystery series set in New Orleans, featuring cake artist Rita Lucero.
Originally from Montana, Sherry spent several years living at the base of Utah's Wasatch Mountains. She now lives a block from the beach along Florida's Emerald Coast. Yes, it’s a dirty job, but somebody has to do it!
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