The Great Chocolate Scam

The Great Chocolate Scam

by Sally Berneathy

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BN ID: 2940015818116
Publisher: Sally Berneathy
Publication date: 11/26/2012
Series: Death by Chocolate Series
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 531
File size: 239 KB

About the Author

Welcome to my world! Come in, pull up a chair, grab a glass of iced tea and let's chat.

I grew up in a small rural town in southeastern Oklahoma where our favorite entertainment on summer evenings was to sit outside under the stars and tell stories. When I went to bed at night, instead of a lullaby, I got a story. That could be due to the fact that everybody in my family has a singing voice like a bullfrog with laryngitis, but they sure could tell stories—ghost stories, funny stories, happy stories, scary stories.

For as long as I can remember I've been a storyteller. Thank goodness for computers so I can write down my stories. It's hard to make listeners sit still for the length of a book! Like my family's tales, my stories are funny, scary, dramatic, romantic, paranormal, magic.

Besides writing, my interests are reading, eating chocolate and riding my Harley.

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The Great Chocolate Scam 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 36 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have enjoyed Sally Berneathy's Death by Chocolate series immensely. I would recommend them highly.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Once you start reading her l"Chocolate" books. You'll just eat them up. A very interesting and fast read. I want to see more by this author to see if her humor and fast moving plots can keep up.
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AuthorsWebTVHost More than 1 year ago
All Lindsey wants is a divorce so she can pursue her relationship with that hunky cop, Adam Trent. Once again her plans are put on hold. While waiting in her attorney’s office for her soon-to-be-ex Rick, she receives some very disturbing news. First Rick’s dead, then he isn’t. What’s going on? Lindsey is surprised by the appearance of Rick’s rather strange family – the ones he’s always told her didn’t exist – up to and including a former girlfriend and her young son. What a mess and it seems that nothing but an overdose of chocolate can keep Lindsey on target to reach her goal of being divorced. Of course, we are visited by King Henry again and he doesn’t like Rick (or his family) any better than before. There’s no doubt that with the help of her best friend Paula, and her very mysterious neighbor Fred, that the murder and the mystery will be solved. Each of the books in the Death by Chocolate series just gets better. I’ve come to care about Lindsey and her cat, King Henry. If ever there was a kitty who had a sixth sense, King Henry is it. So when is the next book being released? I’m going to be in chocolate withdrawal until I have it in hand, although in the meantime I’m going to be busy making all the delicious chocolate recipes at the end of the book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Bvery funny story alnd cann stand aone ijustpicked u this book without having anyof the stories and enjoyedthis one verymuch Funny story and stfunnya
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Delightfully quirky characters and interesting plots. Like eating chocolate!
Bookworm1951 More than 1 year ago
A good continuation of Lindsey's story. Enjoyable but a bit unbelievable. Just how many times can one person defy death and how much sugar can one person consume.? All she ever seems to consume is Coke and chocolate. Well edited and likeable characters. Something light to read on a rainy afternoon. Again, there are some recipes at the end of the book.
Hoshingirl More than 1 year ago
Laughed and cracked up throughout this gem.  
Catlvr5 More than 1 year ago
This wasn't my favorite of all the books, but still love her series. Rick's relatives were annoying, but the "whodunit" part was a surprising twist of why. Still an enjoyable book to read.
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RubycatSC More than 1 year ago
I came late to the Death By Chocolate series but all is not lost. As soon as I'm finished with this review I'm getting the first two books in the series (Death by Chocolate and The Chocolate Mousse Attack.  I love Lindsay's (owner of the Death By Chocolate restaurant and bakery) humor, spunk and belief that anything can be fixed with enough chocolate. But this doesn't apply to convincing her husband to sign the divorce papers. He's despicable, pitiful and quite often very funny. Lindsay has a boyfriend (a policeman) in the wings and wants to get on with their relationship. Rick, the not-yet-ex-husband, is always putting off signing the divorce papers. Lindsay wonders if this torment will ever stop, then BOOM, Rick is blown to bits. She can live with that, but just when everything looks clear she is accused of the murder. To complicate matters Rick's,mother, brothers, baby momma and son show up to share in the estate. Their existence is a surprise to Lindsay and also real pains in her butt. Can things get worse? Oh, yeah. Rick shows up alive in her shower - he wasn't in the car when it was blown up after all. And this is where the real fun begins...or, rather, continues.  Sall Berneathy is a great find - don't miss this series. Her humoris fresh and very funny..
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At times funny but predictable.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Please babe my nook just got fixed :(
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ABrantley More than 1 year ago
Another home run from Sally Berneathy. The Great Chocolate Scam is laugh out loud hilarious, has a wonderful storyline, and there's tons of my favorite character, Fred. Berneathy is becoming one of my favorite authors. Her work is not only a treat to read, but a real inspiration. Not to mention that her recipes, included in each book, are truly worth dying for.
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readingforenjoyment More than 1 year ago
This was a thoroughly enjoyable book. I would recommend it for anyone looking for a light read entertainment.
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