Farmed and Dangerous
by Edith Maxwell
From the start of this book you will be pulled into the story. The town and the charm will win you over and the cast of characters will keep you captivated and not wanting to leave.
~Shelley’s Book Case
What a fabulous book…There are so many twists to keep you guessing along with a little romance and some veggies ;). A great story I would read again and again.
~Bab’s Book Bistro
This is a good solid mystery that kept me engaged to the very end.
Once you start reading you won’t want to put it down.
~Kaisy Daisy’s Corner
I really enjoyed this book…will keep you guessing till the end and there are a lot of twists and turns.
~Melina’s Book Blog
…good suspense… I liked the characters. There was a sense of community.
…a fun read that I completely enjoyed. If you take the time to dig into this book, you’ll be richly rewarded.
It’s a cozy mystery really amazing and engaging: the plot is well constructed, the characters are realistic and likeable, with funny animals and an inevitable and turbulent love story between the protagonist and the detective. The setting is perfect: a quiet rural community.
Great cozy read! Well written and a good mystery.
Filled with delightful friendships and people of all ages willing to help each other out, forming a wonderful sense of community, there are enough clues and suspects here to keep you wondering who-dunnit until the very last pages.
Farmed and Dangerous
(Local Foods Mystery)
• Hardcover: 304 pages
• Publisher: Kensington (May 26, 2015)
• ISBN-13: 978-0758284679
E-Book ASIN: B00ONTR4IU
Snow is piling up in Westbury, Massachusetts, and Cam Flaherty’s organic farm has managed to survive the harsh New England winter. Unfortunately murder seems to be the crop in season…
Cam is finding the New Year just as hectic as the old one. Her sometimes rocky relationship with Chef Jake Ericsson is in a deep freeze, she’s struggling to provide the promised amount of food to the subscribers in her first winter CSA, and her new greenhouse might just collapse from the weight of the snow. Supplying fresh ingredients for a dinner at the local assisted living facility seems like the least of her worries—until one of the elderly residents dies after eating some of her produce.
Cantankerous Bev Montgomery had a lot of enemies, from an unscrupulous real estate developer who coveted her land to an aggrieved care provider fed up with her verbal abuse. But while the motives in this case may be plentiful, the trail of poisoned produce leads straight back to Cam. Not even her budding romance with police detective Pete Pappas will keep him from investigating her.
As the suspects gather, a blizzard buries the scene of the crime under a blanket of snow, leaving Cam stranded in the dark with a killer who gives new meaning to the phrase “dead of winter.”
- EDITH MAXWELL is a former farmer of a certified organic farm, holds a Ph.D. in Linguistics, and is a member of Sisters in Crime and Mystery Writers of America. Her short stories have appeared in the anthologies Stone Cold, Fish Nets, Burning Bridges, Thin Ice, Riptide, and The Larcom Review. She lives with her beau and three cats in Massachusetts, where she’s currently working on her next Local Foods mystery when she isn’t out gardening. Readers can visit her website at edithmaxwell.com.
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Comments on “Farmed and Dangerous by Edith Maxwell”
The book sounds like another good one.
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