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    Enjoyable cozy

    Well written, moves along at a good clip, believable community of characters, interesting tidbits about organic farming. I'm buying the next one in the series.
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    Good Debut

    Cam Flaherty has taken over her great-uncle’s farm and is hoping to adjust to her new life as a farmer in her first growing season. However, things take an unexpected turn when she finds her recently fired farm hand, Mike Montgomery, dead in the hoop house with a pitchfork in his neck. Can she figure out who killed him? The book starts a little slowly, but once the story really gets going, it builds to a suspenseful climax. Cam is an introvert and a little blunt, which is a nice change for a series heroine. I wish more nuance had been given to an issue brought up in the book, but overall this is an enjoyable debut.
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    A Tine to Live, A Tine to Die

    The author starts the mystery right off the hop. Her explanation of the different plants the heroine is growing is very informative and makes one want to use them for their own meal. As I kept reading I couldnt decide who the murderer might be. The author gives us a nail biting finale.
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