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    Highly recommended!

    This is the first book I read in this series and I'm happy I requested it because it was an interesting discovery. It's fun to read, engrossing and entertaining. I liked the style of writing, the fleshed out and relatable cast of characters, and the setting. The plot flows flawlessly and the mystery is good, no plot hole, and it keep you guessing till the end. I look forward to reading the next installment in this series. Highly recommended! Many thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for this ARC, all opinions are mine.
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    A Castle and a Cult

    Merry Grace Wynter has come into her own as resident of Western New York and Queen of Wynter Castle. But when she is accosted by a religious zealot while in town, she quickly discovers there is a religious cult that has set up in the outskirts of town. Lizzie and Merry head out to the compound to check on one of Lizzie’s friends and discover more than a few other people from town may be calling it home. Merry and Lizzie are in agreement that while some of their friends are over 18 and minors are with their parents, not all of them may be there willingly. Not to mention Merry can sense something is off, but can’t quite put her finger on it. Suffice it to say Merry and her band of friends, which includes the Assistant District Attorney and a local sheriff, will do their best to help those that want to leave. Unfortunately the sheriff whose county the compound sits in makes a premature raid and could very well compromise any additional assistance from the police. Merry and the gang need to be smart to get their friends, and themselves, out alive. This is my first introduction to this Merry Muffin series and while this is book six, there were no gaps, making this a perfect standalone read. I also enjoy the Vintage Kitchen series by this author as well and am excited to find another series to enjoy. Looking forward to catching up on the first five books in this series as well as new additions.
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    Well Crafted Sleuth . A excellent mystery

    This is the "6th" book in the popular "Merry Muffin Mystery Series" by popular author Victoria Hamilton.. I had only read the first in series prior to this book however I was able to follow along . I do highly recommend the entire series . Thank you to Net Galley and to the publisher. My opinions are my own. Our Protagonist baker Merry Wynter has her hands full as she is in charge of plans for a new performing arts center at Wynter Castle. When she is confronted by a street preacher she finds out a compound is near her castle and may be dangerous. Merry begins to investigate and soon is involved in the murder of a young girl and others who have disappeared. She suspects the creepy compound members are responsible and fears that she and those she loves may be in danger. This was a very well crafted mystery with many differing elements that surprised me to the end. I love the setting of the castle and how independent and smart Merry is. She has proven to be a good investigator and gets along well with everyone in her small village. A wonderful series I highly recommend.
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    Dark but enjoyable

    The 6th installment in this series. Merry Wynter has been unaware of the religious cult on the outskirts of town until she is accosted on the street by the preacher of the group. Merry begins to look into the group and learns that while are some are there willingly she fears others are not. She heads out there with her teen friend Lizzie who has some friends out there and could this group be linked to the disappearance and death of a young woman. Merry has friends in high places (Sheriff and Assistant DA) but if the group is within the law there is not much that can be done. This was a pretty dark cozy which I did not expect. It deals with some heavy topics. The story is well written and moves along at a good pace. Merry is a great character and her heart is in the right place. Let's hope this series continues.
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    Interesting!

    cults, scam, amateur-sleuth, law-enforcement, family-dynamics, friendship This is my first foray into the Merry Muffin series and it certainly is ambitious! It delves into the moral and legal insanity of a so called spiritual cult and how it affects the nearby community. The other issue is considering how negatively as well as positively a cultural community will impact that same community. The characters are interesting and very clearly depicted as is the imagery of the locality. An engaging read. I requested and received a free ebook copy from Beyond the Page Publishing via NetGalley.
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