7:24 AM Posted by Martha A Cheves
SIMPLE DOUBLE-LAYER FUDGE
This is one Bobby Nash's Mom made when he was a kid and he still makes from time to time. Perfect for parties and game night.
2 pkg. (4 oz. each) Semi-Sweet Chocolate (or your flavor of choice), broken into pieces
1 can (14 oz.) sweetened condensed milk, divided
1 tsp. vanilla
1-1/2 pkg. (4 oz. each) White Chocolate (6 oz.) (or your flavor of choice), broken into pieces
Here’s how you make it:
Microwave semi-sweet chocolate and 3/4 cup milk in medium microwaveable bowl on high for 2 minutes or until chocolate is almost melted. Stir until chocolate is completely melted.
Add vanilla and mix well.
Spread onto bottom of a pan. I use spray so it doesn’t stick. Some use foil.
Microwave white chocolate and remaining milk in medium microwaveable bowl on high for 1-1/2 minutes or until chocolate is almost melted. Stir until chocolate is completely melted.
Spread over semi-sweet chocolate layer.
Refrigerate 2 hours.
Once hardened, cut and serve.
Deadly Games - Review by Martha A. Cheves, Author of: Stir, Laugh, Repeat; Think With Your Taste Buds; A Book and A Dish
John Bartlett - An Atlanta Police Officer
Benjamin West - A photojournalist
Vivian Morehouse - Ex-Wife of Darrin Morehouse
Laura Sellars - Criminal Attorney
Nathan Hughes - Judge
Michael Coombes - District Attorney
Francis Chalmers - Prison Warden
Philip Jason Hall - Probate Attorney
"Lock this place down," he ordered the guards. No calls in or out without my written permission. I want this cell searched top to bottom then sanitized. Cover all the basis, but do it with as few people as possible. The less who know about this the better we'll be able to contain the fallout."
This was Warden Chalmers' reaction after the body of Darrin Morehouse was found hanging in his cell. It appeared to be suicide, all the way down his note and 8 letters he left behind. So what do the 8 people above have in common? Well, 7 of them are listed in the dead man's will. Each one had a hand in his conviction with the exception of Philip Hall who would be the one to carry out his will.
Why would a criminal like Morehouse want to list those who put him away in his will. Will he 'award' them with money gained by his criminal activities? Or has he found a way to punish them after his death, maybe with some dirt he dug up on them. John Bartlett and Benjamin West seemed to know him best and they didn't believe he was up to anything good. They knew he LOVED to play games and this could only be one he dreamed up to torture all of them.
I've read a lot of books and this one really got my attention. Author Bobby Nash took me all the way to the end, throwing tiny bones along the way but nothing that would lead me to guess the ending of this book. Now I can't wait to read the next chapter in this series.