Cocoa and Chanel - Donna Joy Usher

Cocoa and Chanel

By Donna Joy Usher

  • Release Date: 2013-07-08
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
Score: 4.5
From 126 Ratings


Winner of the 2014 Next Generation Indie Book Awards – Ebook Fiction Category

Winner of the 2014 National Indie Excellence Awards – Humor Category

Faced with the unattractive options of an affair with her boss’s husband or the unknown, Chanel Smith chooses the unknown and unwittingly traps herself into joining the New South Wales’ Police Force. More interested in fashion than felony, Chanel staggers through training and finds herself posted to the forces most notorious crime hot spot, King's Cross, where she becomes entangled in a case of the worst kind - a serial killer targeting young women.

As she is drawn further into the seedy underworld in her attempt to unravel the truth, Chanel makes new friends, new enemies and draws the attention of the killer. Can she solve the case in time, or will she become the killer’s next victim?


  • A great read!

    By DLHaze22
    Fun, funny and not your run of the mill predictable read. Enjoyed the character development, the humor and the eclectic cast. It ended before I wanted it to, looking forward to the series.
  • Very funny great book

    By love fiction
    This book is very funny, and an enjoyable read. I literally laughed out loud.
  • Loved this book

    By slapstickgum
    Good writer, great characters, funny, and exciting. Looking forward to the next one!
  • Cocoa and Chanel

    By Dudus Magas
    Entertaining. Good read