Shiloh has come back to the farm from the big city. She had a good job, but she'd paid off her father's mortgages and her father's health is not good, so she came back.
Poisoned Pen Press and Edelweiss let me read this book for review (thank you). It will be published February 23rd.
The downtown area has built up, but the farm has really gone downhill. She has big plans for the farm and has worked out a loan to get started. When her father finds out who she got the loan from, he's angry. The man with the money has been trying to buy the farm.
She agrees to meet with the man at the farmer's market to talk about details. When she gets there, he's late. So she walks around trying to find him. She does. He's dead by the honey booth. The woman who owns the booth returns and calls her a killer.
If that wasn't bad enough, they arrest her father for murder. He can't walk well but the man was shot from a truck. Her father drives a truck.
Shiloh works hard at the farm and at trying to find the real killer. When she does, the killer intends to kill her to keep her quiet.