Eclair Murder is Book 2 in the Patisserie Mystery. If you would like to read my review of Book 1 - Macaron Murder, you can read my review here
A month after returning home we meet Clemence again putting her heart and soul into her families patisserie creating some new flavours and favourite classics
Taking some time out from the testing kitchen Clemence decides to take her dog, Miffy, for a walk. At the park she bumps into Arthur, her neighbour who saved her life the month before. While taking their dogs for a walk, when Miffy gets away towards a bush she is found eating an eclair.
With the eclair is a man in his 40s unresponsive. Clemence now has another murder case on her hands, and on a closer look the eclair has come from her families patisserie again.
Join Clemence while she tries to save her patisserie employee from being wrongly commited of the murder and find out who the real killer is and why they chose the Pistachio Eclair to poison.
Everyone is a witness but this case will be a little harder for Clemence to work out compared to the Macaron Murder in her apartment building.
I am really enjoying this series and although the stories have a similar background the author ensures there is enough variance to still capture the reader.
As with Book One, Macaron Murder, this novel has a few different recipes for sweet and savoury eclairs, including the famous Pistachio Eclair (minus the poison of course) for you to enjoy.
I am excited to see what Book 3 will endure for Clemence