A dead Baron. A missing emerald. And way too many suspects.
Amateur sleuth Molly Sutton has her hands full this time! Shut out of Castillac's latest murder case and running out of money, she's praying for a brilliant scheme, or at least some dumb luck to strike. Believing good food can be the solution to almost any problem, she comes up with a culinary idea designed to stave off financial disaster - and finds that even a perfect meal can end up a flop.
As for the poor late Baron, once Molly manages to get inside the château, she quickly pokes her nose where it doesn't belong. But looking for clues and uncovering secrets is a risky business, and this time, Molly ends up with her own life in danger.
The Château Murder is the fifth book in the Molly Sutton Mystery series. If you like mysteries that keep you guessing, a small town setting filled with characters you'll feel like you know, and pastry galore, you'll love Nell Goddin's latest cozy with a dash of psychological intrigue. Put the puzzle pieces together along with Molly and see if you can guess who killed Baron Marcel de Fleuray!