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The new Orchard Mystery from the New York Times best-selling author of Golden Malicious and Scandal in Skibbereen.

A tree is known by its fruit

It's harvest time in Granford, Massachusetts, and orchard owner Meg Corey and her fiancé, Seth, are both racing to beat the New England winter. Meg is bringing in her apple crop with a team of workers while Seth is working to restore an old building in the center of town. But when his project is set back due to the unexpected discovery of a skeleton under the building - and, even worse, a young man related to one of Meg's former apple pickers is found dead behind the local feed store - the couple's carefully laid plans are quickly spoiled....

Meg can't help but wonder: Are they just unlucky, or is there something rotten in Granford? If so, she knows she's got to seek out the bad apple before it ruins the whole bunch....

Includes delicious recipes.

©2014 Sheila Connolly (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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Still loving it

Sheila Connolly has written another great addition to the Orchard series. She's keeping the stories fresh and I'm still loving them. I've read some reviews that are claiming Robin Miles isn't doing a very good job narrating, I have to disagree with these reviews because I believe Robin is the voice of Meg. Sheila and Robin have once again paired to create another winning audiobook. I highly recommend this book and the entire series to fans of cozy mysteries.

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always a good listen

always love her books, look for all new audio books available. worth the time and the listen

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  • Beatrice
  • Houston, TX, United States
  • 03-27-16

Okay

This is a good series. It's a bit dry, but it has interesting characters. In this story, Meg got on my nerves a bit because her involvement was a bit of a stretch. The narrator was okay in the beginning, but as the story went on, she seemed to deliver the story in an almost monotone.

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