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How steamy is it? Simmering

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Suzette Dunfey, a widow at the age of 51, decides to open a cocoa café in St. Joseph, Michigan. Everything is going according to plan until she discovers a tunnel - dug by the infamous mobster Al Capone - and a dead body.

FBI Agent Ben Crocker, a craggy looking bachelor, investigates. Ben and Suzette grow closer as they realize how much they have in common. And, somewhere in St. Joseph, there's a murderer who isn't finished.

©2016 Teresa Ives Lilly (P)2016 Teresa ives Lilly

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  • Toney, Alabama
  • 11-15-16

A Little Cocoa, a Mystery & a Murder

This is a short, fun and clean story of Suzette Dunfey, an over-fifty widow, starting over, building a little cafe in St. Joseph, Michigan . . . when the contractor begins work to install the fireplace she wanted to make her place extra cozy on winter days, they discover a tunnel . . . once used by Al Capone! . . . and not only that . . . a dead body, to boot! . . . the FBI sends agent, Ben Crocker in to investigate, and right off, sparks ignite between Suzette and Ben . . . the shenanigans between Suzette, her mom, Chloe, and the cat, Michaleen are hilarious . . . the solving of the mystery is brilliant, as is the elaborate plan for how to keep the Historical Society from claiming the tunnel and Suzette's building for themselves . . . the narrator is fine, but the production needs work, many lines are repeated in places, making it frustrating for the listener . . .

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