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Heavenly Pleasures: A Corinna Chapman Mystery

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 24, 2013

    Worth the time to read and wait a little and reread

    I only buy if i think i ll read again buy on nook if cheaper than a used soft trade cover checked as i read for turn off refer to bush two very short non speciific refer and which bush? i have not yet calculated how much butter to use in muffin as in grm and not ounces refreshing change from blood and guts vampires and paranormals in under three and free

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 8, 2013

    Turned off.

    I was terribly disappointed the author chose this book of fiction to interject her personal, political views. I find it deeply insulting that she chose to insult former President George W. Bush. Even though her views are her own, she should have kept them to herself. The media and his haters have made him fair game but he does not deserve the disrespect from this foreign author. I will not read another book in this series.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Great mystery

    After quitting her job as a high powered accountant Corinna Chapman now runs a bakery Earthly Delights in Melbourne. She is very happy with her sexy ex- Islamic soldier Daniel, who loves her svelte figure. She is kind hearted to fifteen years old Jason, a former heroine addict who she makes delicious muffins. Jason hopes to own a shop one day if he can stay clean and Corinna is determined he will.------------------- Corinna bites in a candy bought from Heavenly Pleasures and is shocked to find the filling is not raspberry but a chili sauce. The owners admit this happened several times in the past week and they have no clues who is sabotaging their business, how or why. Corinna promises to find the culprit, but she also has another problem to solve. A new tenant moves into the building and he keeps to himself. A bomb threat evacuates the building and when the tenants can return, they find the new tenant¿s apartment ransacked. Corinna¿s police friend tells her Mr. Recluse is hiding out until he can testify at an upcoming trial. An explosion in his apartment tells Corinna that whoever is after him is dead serious. She and the other tenants fix up his apartment, but many of the residents find themselves at the mercy of thugs seeking Mr. Recluse.------------- Kerry Greenwood, author of the bestselling Phryne Fisher historical mysteries, has another hit series on her hands as affirmed by her second Corrina Chapman tale Heavenly Delights. Corinna and Phryne are polar opposites physically and emotionally, but both are contended with their lives. Readers will enjoy HEAVENLY PLEASURES with its off beat characters especially the plus size heroine as she works two mysteries.---------------- Harriet Klausner

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