Killer Green Tomatoes, book 2 of the Farm-to-Fork Mystery series released on Tuesday. And you all exceeded my expectations! Thank you, readers.
Having good release numbers matter to my publisher who makes decisions on my future based on these numbers. And I love getting reviews. They help me know that I'm on the right track with my books or if I've jumped the shark.
Elle's Book Blog said this..."Her characters just seem to speak to me. They are realistic, relatable, and easy to love."
"Everything about this series is totally engaging." - Carol - Goodreads Reviewer
"The characters and location are well written and developed." -Sheri - Goodreads Reviewer
"So much going on in this book that you cannot put it down." - Sharon - Goodreads Reviewer
And I love the Idaho reviewers who are trying to guess what real town River Vista is modeled after.
If you haven't picked up a copy, what are you waiting for?
The time seems ripe for success as Angie Turner opens her farm-to-table restaurant in her Idaho hometown—until her new tomato supplier is accused of murder and Angie has to pick the real killer . . . To Angie, nothing tastes more like summer than her Nona's fried green tomatoes. Eager to add the recipe to the menu at the County Seat, she's found the perfect produce supplier—her sous chef Estebe’s cousin, Javier. Just one problem: ladies’ man Javier’s current hot tomato Heather has turned up dead, and he’s the prime suspect. Somehow, between managing her restaurant and navigating a romantic triangle between Estebe and Ian, the owner/manager of the farmer's market, Angie needs to produce evidence to clear Javier—before this green tomato farmer gets fried . . .