Killer Comfort Food
The sixth book in the Farm to Fork mystery series released on Jan 5th - 2021. This time, Angie's fighting for her home as well as helping a friend with a favor. The fun part of writing this restaurant based series is keeping the County Seat open while Angie goes around trying to solve a murder and a mystery.
The struggle between keeping land open and family farms healthy and the need for new jobs and updated farming technologies is a hard line to follow. Even when I was growing up, farms were being sold and turned into subdivisions to sell houses to families who wanted a country life style. Angie deals with this and the threat to her Nona's farm and her way of life, especially with Mabel, Dom, and Precious to think about.
Angie Turner’s Idaho restaurant, the County Seat, is known and loved for its fresh food. For Angie, it’s also meant a fresh start. But when big agriculture comes to town—along with whispers of foul play—Angie could lose more than the farm . . .
A soybean processing plant is trying to buy up the land around the small farm Angie’s beloved Nona left her. If Angie doesn't sell, she'll be surrounded by the plant and the congestion that comes with it. On the other hand, it’s Nona’s farmhouse. What is Angie supposed to do without it? Move into a condo in town with Precious, Mabel, and Dom—respectively, a goat, chicken, and dog. Worse, a troubling rumor is circulating about the lawyer who’s heading up the development: His socialite wife seems to be missing. When Barb, owner of the local bar, asks Angie to look into the woman's disappearance, she’s hesitant—until Barb reveals her surprising connection. Now it’s up to Angie to find the woman, uncover a shady plot, and hang onto her home—before she becomes a criminal’s final course . . .
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