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    Another winner

    Angie and her Chef in training, along with some others from The County seat (her restaurant) are volunteering to cook a meal for the homeless at a shelter. One of Hope's instructors from school is also there. After the meal, Hope agrees to drop the teacher off on her way to meet some friends. The next morning, Daniel Monet is found dead at his house, and Hope is now one of the primary suspects. It's now up to Angie to help clear her employee's name. This is another fun story from Lynn Cahoon, there is a cast of well-developed characters, and plenty of humor in it to keep the pages turning.
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    Love this series!

    Fall is descending on River Vista, Idaho and the team at the County Line restaurant is working on their upcoming menu changes to reflect the local harvest availability. Angie, her business partner and BFF Felicia and their restaurant family are seeing the hard work pay off as the business grows. As a means to give back, the team volunteers to cook dinner at a local men’s shelter run by Felicia’s boyfriend. College intern, Hope, is surprised when her hot professor joins them for the evening. Turns how the professor may not be who he says he is when Angie’s boyfriend, Ian, recognizes him and calls him by an entirely different name. In the morning the visiting professor is found murdered and Hope is on the suspect list after joining the professor at is home after dropping him off. But Angie and the team know that Hope would never hurt anyone and end up not only trying to clear her name, but having to protect her. I love this series and the characters. The restaurant theme is delicious and I enjoy how the author brings Angie’s creativity to life on the pages as she plans menus, tweaks recipes, and solves murders. Lynn Cahoon is one my must read authors and I enjoy all of her series! If you haven’t read any books by this author, what are you waiting for? You won’t regret any of her books!
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    Relaxing Read

    One Potato, Two Potato, Dead is the third book in the Farm-to-Fork mystery series by Lynn Cahoon. Lynn is a wonderful mystery writer. I read Lynn's books as “my bubble gum for the brain”. They are an easy, cozy, feel good read. Her characters are lovable and a bit quirky. Well worth a lazy day, relaxing read.
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    One Potato Two Potato...

    Angie Turner’s chef-in-training, Hope, is enamored with her professor. But, when the professor is found dead, and Hope is a suspect, Angie will need all of her sleuthing skills to find the truth behind the dead man’s lies. This was a great installment to a wonderful series. I love the family atmosphere Angie created at her restaurant. People can depend and rely on each other. I wish that workplaces in the real world could be as supportive. The plot was a steady-paced guessing game that will delight any cozy mystery fan. I received an Advanced Reader Copy of this book from NetGalley and am voluntarily reviewing it.
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    One potato two potato dead

    Lynn Cahoon is a marvellous story teller. Funny, intriguing and so very readable. Love her books.
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