Death By Chocolate Books in Order

The Death By Chocolate books have become so popular over the years that generation after generation, people keep going back to them.

If you're just starting with it and want a reading list, you're in luck. Here we list out all the Death By Chocolate books in order; keeping in mind various factors like the publication year, reviews, its popularity among readers, etc.

It’s always a good idea to read such book titles in sequence so that you don't miss out on the story plot and its discussions in the book clubs.

Publication Order of Death by Chocolate Books

Death by Chocolate

Berneathy, Sally C 2011

Lindsay Powell's only secret is the recipe for her chocolate chip cookies, but she is surrounded by neighbors with deadly secrets. Suddenly Lindsay finds herself battling poisoned chocolate, a dead man who doesn't seem very dead and a psycho stalker. Her best friend and co-worker, Paula, dyes her blond hair brown, hides from everybody and insists on always having an emergency exit from any room.

Secrets from Paula's past have come back to put lives in jeopardy.Determined to help Paula and to save her own life, Lindsay enlists the reluctant aid of another neighbor, Fred, an OCD computer nerd. In spite of his mundane existence, Fred possesses tidbits of knowledge about such things as hidden microphones, guns and the inside of maximum security prisons.

Lindsay needs more than a chocolate fix to survive all this chaos. Lindsay Powell's only secret is the recipe for her chocolate chip cookies, but she is surrounded by neighbors with deadly secrets. Suddenly Lindsay finds herself battling poisoned chocolate, a dead man who doesn't seem very dead and a psycho stalker.

Lindsay needs more than a chocolate fix to survive all this chaos.

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Murder, Lies and Chocolate

Berneathy, Sally 2012

Murder, Lies and Chocolate(Book 2 of the Death by Chocolate series)Rodney Bradford comes into Lindsay's restaurant, offers to buy her small house for double its value, eats her brownies, and drops dead on the sidewalk in front. Then someone breaks into her house and tries to dig up her basement.

Next her almost-ex-husband offers to sign the divorce papers, but only if she'll give him her small, old house and take his big, new house instead. Suddenly everybody wants Lindsay's house. Is there oil under the basement, plans to bring the railroad through, pirate treasure buried in the basement? A second break-in occurs and causes her cat, King Henry, to launch into full attack mode, taking a few chunks out of the intruder.

Lindsay enlists the aid of her enigmatic neighbor, Fred, to help solve the mystery while trying to keep her police detective boyfriend, Trent, from getting in their way with his insistence on all those silly cop rules. On the positive side, sales skyrocket for the special dessert Lindsay calls Murdered Man's Brownies.

Prisoners, murderers, crazy relatives and strippers are all part of the chaos in this second book of the Death by Chocolate series.BONUS! Chocolate recipes included. Poison optional.

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The Great Chocolate Scam

Berneathy, Sally C 2012

Book 3 in Death by Chocolate series.Rick's car blows up in his driveway. Lindsay is left with an image of Rick's green SUV flying around the neighborhood along with pieces of Rick—a blue contact lens in Mrs. Hawkins' driveway, a perfectly creased trouser leg hanging on the street sign, a vertebra on the immaculate lawn.

Since their divorce wasn't final and Rick has no family, Lindsay assumes she is his only heir. Then Bryan Kollar, local celebrity bodybuilder and owner of the chain of gyms, Body by Bryan, comes into Death by Chocolate and asks to buy back the flour mill built by his great-grandfather and purchased by Rick before his death.

Lindsay readily agrees that, as soon as she gets title, she'll return it to him. But before his estate is settled, Rick has more relatives than a lottery winner. What was Rick planning to do with the old flour mill? Why does Bryan want it back? He doesn't even eat refined flour!Is the obnoxious Rickie, Jr.

, really Rick's son? Why is the woman who claims to be Rick's mother so certain the child is not her grandson? Are these people really related to Rick, or was he actually an alien stranded on earth when the mother ship left without him?Come for the Cookie Dough Cheesecake Bars, stay for the murder, mayhem and fun!

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Chocolate Mousse Attack

Berneathy, Sally Carlene 2013

A phone call at two a.m. is never good news. But there’s bad news and then there’s strange news. Lindsay’s two a.m. call is a plea for help. There’s a woman in Fred’s closet and he can’t get her out. Their new neighbor, Sophie Fleming, has taken up sleepwalking, straight into Fred’s house and his bedroom closet.

She’s having nightmares about the brutal stabbing of a little girl named Carolyn. But Carolyn was her imaginary childhood friend. Lindsay, Fred, Trent, Paula and Henry must solve a twenty-year old murder with no bodies, no DNA and no proof the victims ever existed.

How can someone who never lived be murdered? Why is Sophie seeing it happen in Fred's bedroom? Why is she hiding in his closet? Will his clothes even fit her?

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Fatal Chocolate Obsession

Berneathy, Sally 2014

A bouquet of roses, a bottle of wine, a crystal butterfly…and a dead man in the alley behind Death by Chocolate. Gifts for Lindsay, left in the middle of the night. Is her ex-husband Rick between girlfriends and pursuing her again? Did he leave the roses and wine? He has done the out-of-season Santa Claus thing before.

But when the crystal butterfly appears, Rick is in the hospital after a brutal attack leaves him near death. If not Rick, then who? Is it someone she sees every day? The tall man who refuses to look her in the eye? The short man who looks her in the eye too long? The skinny man with crossed eyes who might or might not be looking her in the eye? As the body count rises, Lindsay begins to see danger everywhere.

Lindsay, Fred and Trent must catch this psycho stalker before someone else dies. Not bad enough he kills people. He also murders the English language in the horrible poems he leaves for her. Butterflies are free and so are we. Come fly away with me for all eternity.

I’ll shelter you from harm, and always keep you safe and warm. Anyone who troubles thee will feel the wrath of me.

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Deadly Chocolate Addiction

Berneathy, Sally 2017

A chocoholic comes to Death by Chocolate, eats Lindsay’s desserts and intimidates her ex, Rickhead. The mysterious man is her new best friend. She gives him a complimentary box of desserts. After he’s gone, she finds a small brass key under his plate.

Surely he’ll return for more chocolate and the key. But he’s murdered, and the Death by Chocolate box leads police to Lindsay. Is his death connected to the blonde in four-inch heels who demands to talk to Lindsay about her relationship with the woman’s husband? Who is her husband? Fred? For all Lindsay knows, he could be married, could be a bigamist or even a trigamist.

He is an over-achiever. Lindsay’s life is spinning out of control with lots of questions and no answers. Is the key a clue to the murder? What does it hide that makes it important enough for someone to kill Lindsay to get it?

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Guns, Wives and Chocolate

Berneathy, Sally 2018

Book 7 in USA Today Bestselling series, Death by ChocolateLindsay hosts a welcome home party for a drug dealer’s release from prison. What could possibly go wrong?Soon Lindsay’s back yard is filled with felons, loud music, and smoke from various kinds of cigarettes.

Lindsay’s ex’s ex, Grace, arrives with her young son and her new husband, Chuck. They are moving in across the street. Lindsay would prefer to have a serial killer living across the street! Chuck is murdered.Then his other wife calls.Wait…what? His other wife? Can things get worse?Yes.

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And that's the end of the complete list! Now that you have it - the next step for you is to of course purchase them and dive into reading Death By Chocolate books. Worry not, we've done the tedious job for you and added amazon direct book links including AudioBook, Kindle, Paperback and Hardcover versions as applicable.

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