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The characters are all well developed, and the pace of the book is constant. This is the fourth in the Country Store Mystery series and although I hadn’t read any of the previous books, I found this story could be read as a stand-a-lone. The various descriptions of the maple syrup process was interesting and helped tie in the festival well.
Turner and his family do not want Robbie's help and this causes many issues between Robbie and the helper she desperately needs during this busy maple festival.
While Robbie spends much of her free time trying to locate Dr. Roa and figure out who killed Professor Connolly, she uncovers many clues and puts herself in clear view of the killer.
Another great read by Maddie Day. I look forward to the next book in this series as each one is better than the one before.
There is a science conference nearby and Robbie is busy trying to keep up with all the extra business. She comes upon an argument on her store's front steps. Seems one Professor is not well liked at all!
This feeling intensifies when Robbie's Aunt finds the man dead behind a sugar shack. This is not what the conference, nor the Sugar Maple Festival wants. Robbie feels compelled to figure out this puzzle.
This book was interesting and seemed to be readable as I paged through the pages unstopped. I did have a clue who did it but why? It kept me reading to the last word. Then, I read all the lovely recipes given as a bonus to us readers.
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