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  • Adorable cows and a solid mystery

    Life on the cheese farm in Shenandoah Springs, VA is just the life for Brynn and her assistant, Max. Her business is picking up and she is hosting the first cheese contest at the fair. There are a few bumps in the road, like getting a foster cow right as the fair is set to begin, having the refrigeration at the fair not being installed for the cheese, and needing to pitch in for friends and fellow CSA members. But when Max is first a suspect in a shooting and then shot at the fair and Brynn suffers a concussion with long lasting effects, the road gets pretty rocky. With several young men killed in the area and Max being falsely accused, Brynn sets her sights on proving Max’s innocence. With even more strange events going on in the rural area, Brynn knows something strange is going on in her town. Now she has to milk the clues for all their worth and hope they don’t run dry before she can clear Max. This is the first book I have read in this series and I fell in love with the cows! Who doesn’t love cheese? But the cows, they tug at your heart. A solid mystery and story that kept me engaged and left me wanting more. I’ll be on the lookout for the next entry in the series and will be reading the first!

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  • Loved it!

    small-business, small-town, law-enforcement, murder-investigation, family, friendship, rivalry, cozy-mystery***** Cows, handcrafted cheeses, county fairs, small farms, good friends and neighbors, and murder, what could be a more winning combination? (I'm from Wisconsin) The first death is weirdly suspicious, the second is definitely murder but it doesn't seem logical that they could be linked. Two very unlikely good people are jailed for the crimes but local law, though well intentioned, doesn't have the resources to do proper due diligence. Enter local cow aficionado and fosterer of a beautiful but grieving Highland cow among others Ms Brynn MacAlister who has a recent history of successful sleuthing. She needs more help from her friends this time because of a very nasty concussion, but no spoilers here. I requested and received a free ebook copy from Kensington Books via NetGalley. Thank you!

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  • A Fabulous Instalment!

    Even though I haven't read the first book in Mollie Cox Bryan's series about a dairy farm, I still jumped at the opportunity to read this one, Goodnight Moo as I enjoy a well written cozy, and this looked like it fitted the bill perfectly. Brynn MacAlister runs a micro-dairy farm in a small town in Shenandoah Springs, Virginia. This year her farm is hosting a cheesemakers contest at the summer fair. It will be the first time the cheesemakers event has been included in the festival so Brynn is hoping it will be a roaring success, but then a dead body is found under a tractor and it's believed that a local man was defending his daughter from a suitor. However, Brynn remains to be convinced... especially when another body is found and the finger of suspicion is then pointed at Brynn's apprentice cheesemaker, Wes Scors. Goodnight Moo was a compelling, charming, fun, cozy read. The cast was quirky and interesting, and protagonist Brynn was spirited, bright, loyal and amusing. The town of Shenandoah Springs was filled with a terrific bunch of folks, and I really liked Wes who was also a baker and also Brynn's sister, Becky who was visiting, as the two sisters seemed to enjoy each other's company. I also adored the farm setting, especially Brynn's 3 cows, Petunia, Buttercup, and Marigold, plus Jewel, the fostered cow. The mystery itself was well done and there were enough red herrings and twists to keep my armchair detective cravings satisfied. Whilst the plot was relatively uncomplicated, I still found myself second-guessing and changing my mind. Events moved along at a comfortable pace, and I had no difficulties keeping up with characters and happenings even though I have yet to read book #1. The denouement was a surprise to me and I had a ball reading this highly amusing and entertaining cozy mystery. I'm already looking forward to catching up with Brynn in Buttermilk Creek in the next instalment, as well as grabbing a copy of book #1, Christmas Cow Bells. Overall, a marvellous cozy and a very worthwhile read. I received a complimentary copy of this novel at my request from Kensington Books via NetGalley. This review is my own unbiased opinion.

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