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What I love about this series is the family and friendships that are front and center, Lynn Cahoon has created characters that you cannot help but fall in love with and want to visit. Angie is a great sleuth and I love her sidekick Precious, her goat she adopted in the first book and her puppy Dom. They add laughter and give the story an even more down home on the farm feel. The way that Lynn Cahoon describes the farms, fresh produce, and food served at the Country Seat make your mouth water. This is the kind of book, which you cannot put down. I stayed up way past my bedtime to finish this book. I did not want this book to end. If you are a fan of cozies with a farm theme then you will love this series, as much as I do.
With characters you can love and relate to, the story also contains a well-written mystery. When Angie’s sous-chef’s cousin is accused of murder and then disappears, Estebe begs her to find him and clear his name. The author weaves in bits and pieces about the Basque culture and the festival organized by Estebe’s family. There were plenty of suspects and a strong plot that kept the pace flowing and the conclusion wrapped up the threads of the subplots nicely. I look forward to reading more books in this series!
I was provided an advance copy via Netgalley with the hopes I would review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
A month has passed since Angie helped find the person who murdered Old Man Moss, the local dairy farmer and Angie really hoped she’d be out of the sleuthing business with a restaurant to run. However, Angie’s sous chef Estebe comes to her for help when his cousin, Javier, is accused of murder.
While Javier is not known around town as perfect boyfriend material Heather got the idea into her head that she and Javier were an item so when her body is found all signs point to Javier as a suspect. Angie however doesn’t think Javier actually committed the murder so she agrees to poke around town to see what she can come up with.
Having read both books in this series I do believe this one got even better than the first and I quite liked it too. Angie is a likable character with strong family values, there are cute critters galore being in a farming community, Angie’s elderly neighbor is always good for a few chuckles, for the foodies there’s all kinds of dishes and there’s plenty of suspects to keep one guessing on the mystery side of things. Count me in as a fan of the series as I will definitely be waiting for book three in the series.
I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley.
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