Nancy Coco Writes The Candy-Coated Mystery Seriesand
The Oregon Honeycomb Mystery Series (Found at your local Barnes and Noble or BN.com) 

Set in a Mackinac Island, Michigan, Historic Hotel and Fudge Shop the Candy-Coated Mystery Series is a bit of "Northern Exposure" meets "Somewhere In Time" when a Chicago candy-maker sets up shop in the hometown of the World's Best Fudge and discovers the competition can be murder.

 

Now on Audible!

Here's the link:
"All Fudged Up" 

"To Fudge or Not To Fudge"

"Oh Say Can You Fudge?"

 

Know someone who loves audio books? Click on the links above and enjoy a preveiw of the books narrated by Vanessa Johansson.

Note: Dear Readers, it has been brought to my attention that some of the fudge recipes of "To Fudge or Not To Fudge" have an error- softball stage is 235-240F or 125C- please cook to softball stage and enjoy!! ~Thank you to my helpful reader, Margaret!

This Barnes & Noble Exclusive Edition is available only at Barnes & Noble through December 31, 2020.

Meet Wren Johnson, owner of Let It Bee - a shop that sells all things honey, from candy to lip balm to candles. Wren lives and works in the small town of Oceanview along the Oregon coast. Her pet cat, Everett is a constant companion. He is a talkative Havana Brown cat who loves to go for walks on a leash.

One day when Wren is walking Everett on the beach, the kitty points Wren to the prone body of Agnes Snow among the dunes. Agnes is the arch-rival of Wren’s Aunt Eloise, and she is definitely dead. The only clue is a label from one of Wren’s handmade lip balms clutched in Agnes’s right hand.

Wren calls 9-1-1 and meets Office Jim Hampton, a Paul Newman lookalike who is suspicious of Wren from the start. Wren is suspect number one in his eyes - and her Aunt Eloise is suspect number two. Wren, along with Everett, must follow the clues to catch the real killer and clear their names.

Forever Fudge