Home Crafting Mystery #6
November 2012/ ISBN 0738733083
by Cheryl Green
is back and this time in addition to her Winding Road Bath Product
business, she has the gang involved with the CSA. That is the community
supported agriculture membership at the Turner farm. You pay a fee
and get vegetables every week in the growing season. If you volunteer
at the farm, you get a price discount and that is what Sophie Mae
and Meghan Bly are doing.
is Sophie Mae that finds the dead bodies – but this time Meghan
finds a boot sticking out the towering compost heap. The police
are called in and they find the body of a dead woman that no one
seems to know. Sophie Mae does not want to get involved in solving
this murder. She is more interested in becoming a mother. She and
Barr have been working on it. Even though the police and her detective
husband have asked her, Sophie Mae doesn’t want to risk losing
a baby that is not even conceived yet.
and some clues leading to the identity of the dead woman have Sophie
Mae back on the case. Nate Snow, an employee at the Turner farm,
identifies the woman as Darla Klick an ornithologist. Looks like
Sophie Mae will have plenty of suspects at the farm that are ripe
for the picking.
Things to ponder:
How does Nate know Darla? Why did several of the farm people deny
knowing Darla? Was Hallie just stirring up trouble or was she involved
in the murder? Will there be a baby in Sophie Mae’s future?
Will Erin ever convince her mom that a cell phone is vital for a
twelve year old?
has written another page turner. It is always fun to catch up with
old friends and see what they are up to including the murders they
are solving. So if you to like to have your murders solved with
a crafty touch then this is the book for you.