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About the Author
Laural Merlington began working in regional theater at the age of seventeen. For over thirty years, she has acted on stage, and, for over twenty, she has narrated and directed more than two hundred audiobooks. An Audie nominee, she has received several Earphones Awards. In addition to her theater and voice-over career, she also teaches college in Michigan, her home state. --This text refers to the audioCD edition.
- Publication Date : July 14, 2020
- File Size : 462 KB
- Publisher : Henery Press (July 14, 2020)
- Print Length : 250 pages
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B088KPR34X
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Not enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #377,531 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The next day, the sheriff is asking about the young woman as she never made it into the home.
One of the guests for the memorial is missing, one is dead, and the other is distraught as both ladies were her sister. Now she wants answers, and Megan's name keeps popping up.
A multi-million dollar company is at stake, It's was between the oldest son (now deceased), and his much younger mother-in-law. Now his wife is set to take over.
In other news, Megan's grandmother is showing signs of getting older, and her boyfriend is no longer happy with the current status of their relationship.
It looks like Megan has a LOT of things to work out.
I will be very sorry if this is the last of this series.
Wendy’s writing style is one to keep readers engaged and entertained. In this series, she uses a third-person narrative, not my favorite, but done very well. Her expressive description creates a small town, a farm, and delightful characters along with adding emotion and suspense to the drama. The dialogue does well to illustrate tone from everyday busy to threatening and personalities from caring to aloof, friendly to suspicious, and quirky to manipulative. In my experience, although the mystery needs to be well developed, it’s the characters that need to be realistic in their manner and their reaction; Wendy does well with this, too. I enjoy Megan’s “courage” to broaden the family farm experience and the café, and expand Washington Acres, as well as, navigate a romantic relationship with her post-widow status. But, her amateur investigation does not circumvent official channels, her informal interrogations are smooth, and her critical thinking narrows the suspect list well. Absolutely loved it...page 1 to the “Wow!” end!
No bonus included which is a disappointment with a marvelous menu at the café and such expertise on gardening, fruits and veggies, and crafting among her characters. In several of the other books she included a recipe and gardening tip, so don’t forget to check them out, too.
Disclosure: I received an ARC from Henery Press thru EdelweissPlus. My review is voluntary with honest insights and comments.
I was thrilled to see another entry in this great series, and I wasn’t disappointed. The mystery is strong. It starts quickly and there are plenty of twists and turns before we reach the end. The characters continue to be wonderful. We got updates on the series regulars and the new characters were well developed. There’s nothing here that spoils previous books in the series, so you could jump in here, but to fully appreciate the character growth, I do recommend reading the series in order. This series is more of a traditional mystery than a lighter cozy, but as long as you know that going in, you’ll be fine. I definitely recommend this book and the entire series.
There are a lot of characters in this series but they are not overwhelming. Characters are interesting people and compliment the Megan & Bibi.
It was nice to catch up with their lives.
I volunteered to read an ARC from Henery Press through Edelweiss.