JoAnna Carl has written a series of chocoholic mysteries, and The Chocolate Frog Frame-Up is the third book in the series. It is a well-written and entertaining book which I thoroughly enjoyed.
Lee McKinney lives in Warner Pier, a small town in Michigan. Her Aunt Nettie owns a chocolate shop (and in this book you get great descriptions of chocolates and also chocolate trivia) and Lee is manager of the shop and keeps track of the accounting. Lee's boyfriend, Joe Woodyard, has words with the town crank while they both are in the post office, and later the town crank is missing and ends up dead. So Joe is the prime suspect, and Lee must do some fancy legwork to clear her boyfriend.
This is a very good mystery novel. I think it was one of the best of the series so far, and I've read about three or four at this time (I read a few of the later novels in this series before reading the earlier ones).
If you enjoy a witty mystery story and chocolate, you will find both in this book (and the chocoholic series). I recommend this novel.