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Going Organic Can Kill You (A Blossom Valley Mystery) Mass Market Paperback – July 3, 2012
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Since there isn't much business in Blossom Valley, Mrs. Lewis gets Dana a job at the new 'O'Connell Organic Farm and Spa.' Since there isn't much to do as far as marketing, Dana lends her hand to odd jobs about the new spa.
It all sounds bucolic until the one morning that Dana helps out housekeeping and finds one of the celebrated 'guests' dead in his room. This starts a romp of a tale that has you laughing, as Dana chases Wilbur around the barnyard, to cricket matches, to finding the honey lady dead in her trailer.
The action is profound as Dana and Ashlee encounter the killer and it almost had me breathless by the end. There is also a lovely romantic thread throughout the book which I truly enjoyed.
This series can only gather strength and I'll be there to read it.
Dana moves back home after losing her job, and to help her mother out who has been depressed since her father died. She gets a job at Esther's Organic Farm and Spa. It's the opening of the Spa and a film crew is checked in when Dana discovers the director dead in his cabin. You meet an interesting cast of characters, and trying to figure out who committed the crime leads you in many directions. It caught me by surprise.
Dana is a girl after my own heart with her love of junk food. In this well-crafted tale, the pace is evenly matched to the flow of the story. The mystery was good with plenty of twists and turns to keep me guessing as to the identity of the killer. In addition to Dana, the cast is rounded out by her mom Dorothy, her sister Ashlee, her co-workers at the Spa and a smattering of local residents. The dialogue was very enjoyable, especially the delivery of Dana's internal snarky remarks, which were quite humorous. This is a fun read and I look forward to more visits with Dana and the people of Blossom Valley in this attractively appealing debut series.