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The chocolate box: An Edna Heathcott mystery

by Leslie Elizabeth Watts

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I loved reading about all of the places in Toronto that I knew of, or could ask my other half about. It was a great mystery and it was very disappointing to find no other books seemed to follow after. ( )
  Jebbie74 | Sep 30, 2007 |
A funny mystery set in Toronto's art world.
"It's Wednesday afternoon and Edna Heathcott is ready to go back to bed. First there was the body she'd found on the stairs: someone had slit the throat of the odious ownder of The Chocolate Box, a confectionery shop specializing in chocolate body parts - few of them elbows. Then there was the distressing visit from Detective Owl, who seemed to think she might have something to do with the murder. And finally, the perplexing disappearance of her boss, art dealer Gerald Fineberg." - General Paperbacks jacket notes.
Both amusing and memorable. ( )
  tripleblessings | Jul 5, 2006 |
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