Book Notes Review: Crime and Cherry Pits by Amanda Flower

Crime and Cherry Pits
Farm to Table Mysteries #4
by Amanda Flower

 

Shiloh Bellamy has her hands full. She’s a vendor at the prestigious Cherry Farm Market in Traverse City, Michigan, and she’s determined to clear her cousin Stacey of a murder charge.

In this fourth installment of Flower’s Farm to Table Mysteries series, Shiloh continues to seek ways to expand Bellamy Farm’s financial footing. In Crime and Cherry Pits, she’s landed a coveted spot at the Cherry Farm Market in Traverse City, Michigan, thirty miles from her hometown of Cherry Glen. She continues to grow as an entrepreneur, constantly challenged by the demands of running a family farm. Her personal life grows as well as she makes decisions about long-term love. She still has a rocky relationship with her father, Sully, and things have gone south in her relationship with her cousin Stacey. This small family of three is threatened with disintegration because of fighting over her grandmother’s estate.
The mystery is a solid one. Someone killed Professor Dane Fullbright in front of a crowd. The suspects are numerous, all with viable motives. Against Sheriff Milan Penbroke’s wishes, Shiloh keeps asking questions, and puts herself in the crosshairs of a killer.

4/5 stars

Publisher: Sourcebooks
Genre: Cozy mystery
Pages: 312
ISBN: 978-1728273051
Pub date: 02/20/24

Disclaimer: I own the book

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