harvest season is winding down and Meg Corey will have more
time on her hands. She really is busy, planning her upcoming
wedding to Seth Chapin. Then Aaron Eastman comes back to town.
No one has a nice thing to say about him. He was convicted
of burning his home down and killing his grandmother and parents.
This happened when Aaron was seventeen and he has no memory
of what happened. He was into hard drug in those days. So
of course, Meg decides to help him find out the truth. She
had better be careful, because she could end up with the apple
that has the worm.
to ponder: Why would the scene of the crime be the first place
a convicted felon would go after being released from prison?
What was Aaron Eastman looking to find in the historical society?
Will Meg and Seth ever get all the wedding details set so
that they can get married?
always in for a delicious surprise when you open an orchard
mystery and start reading. The characters are welcoming and
feel like old friends. Our feisty protagonist, Meg Corey,
is always willing to lend a hand - even to a convicted felon.
The story pulls you right in and you will want to read it
in one sitting. The author has even provided a few yummy recipes.
So, if you like your mystery to punch a crunch, then you should
be reading A Gala Event. It is a real treat for the mind.
of other titles in this series
Bad Apple #1
to Die #8
Gala Event #9