When Monica Albertson comes to Cranberry Cove - a charming town on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan - to help her half brother, Jeff, on his cranberry farm, the last thing she expects to harvest is a dead body. It seems that Sam Culbert, who ran the farm while Jeff was deployed overseas, had some juicy secrets that soon prove fatal, and Jeff is ripe for the picking as a prime suspect. Forming an uneasy alliance with her high-maintenance stepmother, Monica has her hands full trying to save the farm while searching for a killer. Culbert made plenty of enemies in the quaint small town, but which one was desperate enough to kill?
©2015 Peg Cochran (P)2016 Tantor
"Cozy fans and foodies rejoice - there's a place just for you and it's called Cranberry Cove." (Ellery Adams, author of Writing All Wrongs)
This was an okay start to a new cozy mystery series. I felt like the lead character got stuck on one suspect and that was very annoying. Overall the book was pretty good and I will read the next one.
"Body in the Cranberry Bog!"
The narration by Romy Nordlinger fitted well with the story.
When Monica and Jeff realise that his mother isn't just visiting...but staying!
When the pieces finally fitted into place for Monica.
I would have liked to, but not always possible.
Great New series by Peg Cochran. Plan on getting more of this series as they come out.
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