Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Peg Cochran's No Farm, No Foul

Peg Cochran has a new series for you to enjoy with a very interesting way to tell the story and mystery that happens on her character Shelby McDonald's Love Blossom Farm. This story and mystery is read and experienced as if you were reading part of the mystery on line from Shelby's blog. I found I really enjoyed the blog aspect of the story as well as how widower and mother Shelby manages not only her farm but her cozy life in the aftermath of the death of her husband. This is an inspired cozy with a great concept and cover art.
 On her blog, The Farmer’s Daughter, Shelby McDonald is growing her audience as she posts recipes, gardening tips, and her experiences raising two kids and running Love Blossom Farm in the small western Michigan town of Lovett.
 Working the farm is demanding but peaceful—until that peace is shattered when the minister’s wife is murdered on Shelby’s property during a fund-raiser for a local church. But the manure really hits the fan when Shelby’s good friend veterinarian Kelly Thacker emerges as the prime suspect. Shelby decides to dig in and find the murderer by herself. As more suspects crop up, she’ll have to move fast—before someone else buys the farm. . . .

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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for sharing your post. I enjoyed this book.

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